Black Widow

Album: Melophobia (2013)
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  • Standin' there with your red coat on
    French perfume, lookin' vulnerable
    Black widow girl, you sit and wait
    'Til I climb into the web you made

    I'm an animal
    You got me losing control
    You got me losing control
    You got me losing control
    It's not right, oh

    I can't take it no more, girl
    I can't take this abuse
    Every time that you walk in the room, girl
    I'm hypnotized by the way that you move
    It's the way that you move

    You call me out, your beck and call
    Set me up just to watch me fall
    Twist and turn, bend and sway
    I move in, then you push away

    I'm an animal
    You got me losing control
    You got me losing control
    You got me losing control
    It's not right, ooh

    I can't take it no more, girl
    I can't take this abuse
    Every time that you walk in the room, girl
    I'm hypnotized by the way that you move
    It's the way that you move

    I can't take it no more, no more, girl
    I can't take this abuse
    Every time that you walk in the room, the room
    I'm hypnotized by the way that you move
    I can't tell you the future
    I may promise the moon
    'Cause every time that you walk in the room, girl
    I'm hypnotized by the way that you move
    It's the way that you move
    It's the way that you move
    It's the way that you move
    It's the way that you move
    It's the way that you move Writer/s: Matthew Ray Shultz, Donald Bradley Shultz, Jared Lloyd Champion, Daniel Andrew Tichenor, Lincoln Parish
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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