Be Mine

Album: Boys & Girls (2012)
  • All the world can't hold a candle to you
    'Cause all the world is in the dark
    Well I'll tell you why I'm so sure
    I took a shine to you, oh yeah

    And all them ladies can't change your mind
    And all them girls won't turn your head
    And all them lions in the jungle at night
    I don't worry about my baby, don't worry about you baby

    'Cause I know why I don't worry
    I sing me no sad songs
    Happy, never sad for long
    Don't you call me anything doll, but your baby
    I know

    All them girls might wanna rip us apart
    If they wanna fight, they done starting f***ing with the wrong heart
    They got another thing coming
    Or I'll be a dead woman

    Oh, and I would do all that for you
    I'd do it for you

    'Cause all of them girls don't know you like I do
    All them girls don't know you like I do
    All them ladies don't know you like I do
    That's why I call you my baby
    Oh yeah

    So be my

    So be my

    So be my

    So be my

    So be my

    So be my

    So be my baby

    Be my baby

    Be my baby

    Be my baby

    Be my baby

    Be my baby

    Be my baby

    Be my baby

    Be my baby

    Be my baby

    Be my baby

    Be my baby

    Be my baby

    Just say alright

    Just say alright

    Just say alright

    Just say alright

    Just say alright

    Just say alright

    Forever and alright Writer/s: Zachary Riley Cockrell, Heath Allen Fogg, Brittany Amber Howard, Steven William Johnson
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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