Kiss and Tell

Album: Jackie (2015)
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  • Hair pulled back, high heels on
    You gon' know about it by the end of this song
    Hair pulled back, high heels on
    You gon' know about it right about now

    Tell me how you lovin' that
    Show me how you do that
    Baby are you from Texas?
    'Cause how you chop and screw that
    I'm good at keeping secrets
    But this one I can't keep it
    I wanna yell it out loud babe
    But ain't nobody gon' believe me, ay

    Oh I wish the whole word, they could see
    I should take a picture so your love lasts longer
    'Cause I know that no one's gon' believe
    If I told them about your love

    Yeah and I know I shouldn't kiss and tell
    About the way you do my body babe
    Yeah and I know I shouldn't kiss and tell
    About the way you do my body babe
    But I just gotta tell somebody (tell somebody)
    How you do it, how you do it to me
    About the way you work my body (work my body)
    How you work it, how you work it for me
    But I just gotta tell somebody (tell somebody)
    How you do it, how you do it to me
    About the way you work my body (work my body)
    The way you work my body babe

    I gotta tell my girls now
    How you outta this world boy
    I swear you're a machine
    How you can't stop, won't stop
    'Cause if somebody seen it
    They would try to steal it
    I would if it were me
    You best believe it, ay

    Oh I wish the whole word, they could see
    I should take a picture so your love lasts longer
    'Cause I know that no one's gon' believe
    If I told them about your love

    Yeah and I know I shouldn't kiss and tell
    About the way you do my body babe
    Yeah and I know I shouldn't kiss and tell
    About the way you do my body babe
    But I just gotta tell somebody (tell somebody)
    How you do it, how you do it to me
    About the way you work my body (work my body)
    How you work it, how you work it for me
    But I just gotta tell somebody (tell somebody)
    How you do it, how you do it to me
    About the way you work my body (work my body)
    The way you work my body babe

    I gotta tell somebody
    I gotta tell somebody
    Though I said I won't tell nobody
    I won't tell nobody
    But then I told somebody
    I told somebody
    How you work my body
    How you work my body

    Yeah and I know I shouldn't kiss and tell (I know I shouldn't kiss and tell)
    About the way you do my body babe (how you do my body babe)
    Yeah and I know I shouldn't kiss and tell (I know I shouldn't kiss and tell)
    About the way you do my body babe (how you do it to me, do it to me)
    But I just gotta tell somebody (I just gotta tell somebody)
    How you do it, how you do it to me
    About the way you work my body (work my body)
    How you work it, how you work it for me
    But I just gotta tell somebody (tell somebody)
    How you do it, how you do it to me
    About the way you work my body (work my body)
    The way you work my body babe (work it babe)

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