She Loves Everybody

Album: Love the Future (2009)
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  • Somebody call my baby
    Somebody call her up real quick
    I think I need my fix

    Always around to please me
    Always around to take control
    I never feel alone
    Yeah

    (Chorus)
    But you feel so clean
    Well she craves affection
    So I use protection
    And I know she loves me
    She loves everybody

    Baby oh no
    (Oh yeah)
    Darling oh no
    (Oh yeah)
    Baby oh!

    (Verse 2)
    You're just a little girl now
    You're just a girl who misses her dad
    And all the toys that she had

    Thought I could make you older
    Thought I could keep you out of harm
    But now you're caught in my arms

    (Chorus)
    But you feel so clean
    Well she craves affection
    So I use protection
    And I know she loves me
    She loves everybody

    Baby oh no
    (Oh yeah)
    Darling oh no
    (Oh yeah)
    Baby oh!

    (Verse 3)
    Now that we've made it this far
    Now that we've made a mess in the car
    You ought to give it a rest

    (Chorus)
    But you feel so clean
    Well she craves affection
    So I use protection
    And I know she loves me
    She loves everybody

    But you feel so clean
    Well she craves affection
    So I use protection
    And I know she loves me
    She loves everybody Writer/s: David Andrew Wallach, Maxwell C. Drummey
    Publisher: D RANGER PUBLISHING
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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