XO

Album: Beyoncé (2013)
Charted: 22 45
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  • You love is bright as ever
    Even in the shadows
    Baby kiss me
    Before the turn the lights out
    Your heart is glowing
    And I'm crashing into you
    Baby kiss me
    Before they turn the lights out
    Before they turn the lights out
    Baby love me lights out

    In the darkest night I'll
    I'll search through the crowd
    Your face is all that I see
    I'll give you everything
    Baby love me lights out
    Baby love me lights out
    You can turn my light down

    We don't have forever
    Baby daylight's wasting
    You better kiss me
    Before our time is run out
    Nobody sees what we see
    They're just hopelessly gazing
    Baby take me
    Before they turn the lights out
    Before time is run out
    Baby love me lights out

    In the darkest night I'll
    I'll search through the crowd
    Your face is all that I see
    I'll give you everything
    Baby love me lights out
    Baby love me lights out
    You can turn my lights out

    I love it like XO
    You love me like XO
    You kill me boy XO
    You love me like XO
    All that I see
    Give me everything
    Baby love me lights out
    Baby love me lights out
    You can turn my lights out

    In the darkest night I'll
    I'll search through the crowd
    Your face is all that I see
    I'll give you everything
    Baby love me lights out
    Baby love me lights out
    You can turn my lights out Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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