Lady

Album: Brown Sugar (1996)
Charted: 10
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    You're my lady
    You're my lady
    You're my lady (my, oh, baby)
    You're my lady (yeah)

    Don't think I don't see them lookin' at ya
    All of 'em wishin' they could have ya
    And as a matter of fact, uh
    A bunch of them are itchin' for you to scratch them
    I'm tired of hidin' what we feel
    I'm tryna come with the real
    And I'm gonna make it known
    'Cause I want them to know

    You're my lady (you're my lady, yeah, yeah)
    You're my lady (you're, oh)
    You're my lady (lady, yeah, my divine, my divine lady)
    You're my lady (oh, oh, yeah)

    You're my little baby (baby), my darling baby (baby)
    I swear you're the talk of the town
    And everybody wants to know what's goin' down
    Babe, I know they've seen us before
    Maybe at the liquor store (maybe at the liquor store)
    Maybe at the health food stand (yeah)
    They don't know that I'm your man (yeah)

    You're my lady (you're mine, you're mine, hey)
    You're my lady (baby, ooh, you're my lady)
    You're my lady (oh, my divine, my divine)
    You're my lady (yeah, yeah, oh)

    I can tell they're lookin' at us
    I pick you up every day from your job (you're my lady)
    Every guy in the parking lot wants to rob me of my girl
    And my heart and soul, and everybody wants to treat me so cold
    But I know I love you and you love me (yeah)
    There's no other lover for you or me (you're my lady)

    Ah
    Baby, yeah
    Ah
    Check it out

    I can tell they're lookin' at us
    I can tell they're lookin' at us
    I can tell they're lookin' at us

    You're my lady
    My divine lady
    You're my lady
    Such a wonderful lady
    I can tell they're lookin' at us

    You're my lady (you're my lady)
    Oh, oh, oh (you're my lady)
    My divine lady
    Yeah, yeah, oh, yeah, oh, yeah (oh, yeah)
    You're my lady (you're my lady)
    You're my lady (such a wonderful lady)
    I can tell they're lookin' at us (you're my lady)
    You're my lady
    Everybody, everybody wants to know, baby, oh (you're my lady)
    Everybody wants to know what's goin' down, sugar (you're my lady)
    Ayy, ooh, yeah, hey, oh (you're my lady) (such a beautiful lady)
    I can tell they're lookin' at us (you're my lady)
    Lookin' at us (you're my lady)
    You're my lady (my divine lady)
    Hey, my, my divine, my divine lady (you're my lady)
    You're my lady (lady)
    You're my lady (such a beautiful lady)
    I can tell they're lookin' at us (oh, baby)
    You're my lady (you're my lady) (oh, baby, oh, you're my)
    You're my lady (my divine lady)
    My divine, my divine baby (you're my lady)
    (You're my lady) baby
    Baby, baby, baby, oh (you're my lady) (such a beautiful lady)
    I can tell they're lookin' at us (you're my lady)
    You're my lady
    My divine lady Writer/s: Michael D'angelo Archer, Raphael Saadiq
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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