Chasin' Me

Album: Chasin' Me EP (2019)
  • I've never given anyone a chance at my heart
    Mama always said it was a treasure to guard
    And the man who is worthy of giving it to
    Will stick around long enough to prove it to you
    But now I'm the one who is losing my cool
    Butterflies make me feel like a fool
    I've always been the one in control
    But that boy just does something to my soul
    He's chasin' me
    He's chasin' me
    Down every road like my heart is a map he can read
    He's chasin' me
    Round every bend at the end he's right there waiting for me
    He's chasin' me
    & I hate to admit
    But I like it a little bit
    He's chasin' me
    He says I ain't gettin' away from him now
    Cause I am the woman he's been dreamin' about
    He says it don't matter how long he has to wait
    He'll sleep outside my bedroom door in the pouring rain
    Now I'm the one that's good to give in
    I want his hands everywhere his eyes have been
    I don't think I'm trying to escape anymore
    Because when I run I turn around to make sure
    He's chasin' me
    He's chasin' me
    Down every road like my heart is a map he can read
    He's chasin' me
    Round every bend at the end he's right there waiting for me
    He's chasin' me
    & I hate to admit
    But I like it a little bit
    He's chasin' me
    He's catching up
    It might be love
    I guess we'll see
    He's chasing me
    He's chasin' me
    Round every bend at the end he's right there waiting for me
    He's chasin' me
    & I hate to admit
    But I like it a little bit Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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