Album: Little Bit of Everything (2008)
Charted: 52
  • Don't you hate hearing that clock on the wall chiming saying its time and
    Don't you just wish we could stay right here together all day long
    You know it wouldn't be a crime if we crawled back into bed got as close as we could get
    Tried to figure out where this thing is going

    Baby, baby, don't, don't just say you're leaving
    Why don't you stay a little bit longer
    Got it going on and I just can't believe it
    This feeling it just keeps getting stronger

    If you gotta go you gotta know I might go crazy
    Here without you baby
    Reliving every kiss, you ain't leaving me like this
    It just ain't right and wait until tonight to light another flame
    You know it wouldn't be the same as the fire we got burning this morning

    Baby, baby, don't, don't just say you're leaving
    Why don't you stay a little bit longer
    Got it going on and I just can't believe it
    This feeling it just keeps getting stronger

    No, no one else can love me like you do
    You know I ain't even close to through
    Loving you

    Baby, baby, don't, don't just say you're leaving
    Why don't you stay a little bit longer
    Got it going on and I just can't believe it
    This feeling it just keeps getting stronger

    Don't, baby baby, don't
    No baby don't
    Oooo no, no, no baby don't
    Baby, baby don't Writer/s: JONATHAN SINGLETON, JIM BEAVERS
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, BMG Rights Management
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