I Wanna Be Yours

Album: AM (2013)
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  • I wanna be your vacuum cleaner
    Breathin' in your dust
    I wanna be your Ford Cortina
    I will never rust
    If you like your coffee hot
    Let me be your coffee pot
    You call the shots, babe
    I just wanna be yours

    Secrets I have held in my heart
    Are harder to hide than I thought
    Maybe I just wanna be yours
    I wanna be yours

    I wanna be yours
    Wanna be yours
    Wanna be yours
    Wanna be yours

    Let me be your 'leccy meter
    And I'll never run out
    Let me be the portable heater
    That you'll get cold without
    I wanna be your setting lotion (wanna be)
    Hold your hair in deep devotion (how deep?)
    At least as deep as the Pacific Ocean
    I wanna be yours

    Secrets I have held in my heart
    Are harder to hide than I thought
    Maybe I just wanna be yours
    I wanna be yours

    I wanna be yours
    Wanna be yours
    Wanna be yours
    Wanna be yours
    Wanna be yours
    Wanna be yours
    Wanna be yours
    Wanna be yours

    (Wanna be yours)
    Wanna be your vacuum cleaner (wanna be yours)
    Breathin' in your dust (wanna be yours)
    I wanna be your Ford Cortina (wanna be yours)
    I will never rust (wanna be yours)
    I just wanna be yours (wanna be yours)
    I just wanna be yours (wanna be yours)
    I just wanna be yours (wanna be yours) Writer/s: Alex Turner, John Cooper Clarke
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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