Am I Wrong

Album: Malibu (2015)
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  • Well I
    Well I

    I'm only comin' out to play
    Nothin' more that I hate in this life
    The wrong impression, I only have one to make
    You can open your palm
    Waiting to catch a break
    The cards will fall where they may
    And what about me?
    I believe in fate
    They wanna know where I'll be in five
    But what about today?
    What about tonight?

    Only one at a time
    So precious, is yours, is mine
    Only one at a time
    My life, my life

    Am I wrong to assume
    If she can't dance, then she can't ooh?
    Am I wrong to say
    If she can't dance, then she can't ooh?

    I never wanna waste your time, my life
    So precious, is yours, is mine
    And look at the time, my God
    So precious, is yours, is mine
    Only one at a time
    So precious, is yours, is mine
    Only one at a time
    My life, my life

    Smiles around the clock
    Dance around the globe to Disco 54
    I stare at you in the eyes and spin you on your toes
    Music ain't music without soul
    Feelin' the top row
    Shut the blindfolds, pass the nitro
    Rock the love boat, get high or get low
    Chill the Merlot, steady your fast pour
    You pick up, we gon' go
    Make love once more, we rest and encore
    Do that-that-that
    Break you off in your Kit-Kat-Kat
    Never seen a one this gorgeous
    Pay your whole damn mortgage
    Will you look at the time?
    Still you the one on the mind
    Still you the top of the line
    Thank God that it's Friday
    Tonight let's be the life of the party
    It's nothing to me
    Get up and move your feet

    I never wanna waste your time, my life
    So precious, is yours, is mine
    And look at the time, my God
    So precious, is yours, is mine

    I never wanna waste your time, my life
    So precious, is yours, is mine
    And look at the time, my God
    So precious, is yours, is mine Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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