Take Your Time

Album: Lay It Down (2008)
  • [Chorus]
    Just you take your time, oh
    Just you take your time

    Do you remember when
    We used to take our time
    You'd write me a letter, baby
    And I'd wait for you all night (oh)
    Now it seems everyone's
    Rushing around including you and I
    I wanna take a little time

    Just to fall in love again
    Cause they're telling me

    [Chorus]

    When I think about yesterday
    Everything was easy
    Everything was okay
    (Now, now, now)
    Now everything is going fast
    You're the best thing I ever had
    Aw and losing you
    Aw it'd make me, make me
    That would make me
    Feel so bad (hey, hey)
    Would you help me saying

    [Chorus]

    Sing low and take it slow
    I'm inclined to agree
    Cause ain't nobody living
    Can try to hurry me (can try to hurry me)

    [Chorus:Repeat x3] Writer/s: RAE CORINNE JACQUELINE BAILEY, JAMES JASON POYSER, CHALMERS E ALFORD, OWEN L. BIDDLE, AL GREEN, AHMIR K THOMPSON
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Peermusic Publishing, Universal Music Publishing Group, Global Talent Publishing
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