Choose

  • Ah yeah!
    Ah, Ah yeah
    Choose you wanna make me choose
    You got to show me something now
    Why I should be with you

    You wanna make me choose
    You wanna make me choose
    You wanna make me choose
    You wanna make me choose

    Not easily impressed no!
    Not settling for less no!
    You want me to say yes oh well!
    You better bring your best no!

    Help me make up me mind AH!
    Prove that you're worth my time
    Give me a reason why it should be
    With you tonight, baby.

    Make me believe it's all you
    No matter what they all do
    Don't want to play no games
    I won't tease you and it won't stall you

    But don't you think it's all you?
    If you want sex than it's all you!
    And NO I don't want your number
    And NO I don't want to call you

    You want to make me choose
    You got to show me something now
    Why I should be with you?

    You wanna make me choose
    You wanna make me choose
    You wanna make me choose
    You wanna make me choose

    Make me believe it's all you
    No matter what they all do
    Don't want to play no games
    I won't tease you and it won't stall you
    But don't you think it's all you?
    If you want sex than it's all you!
    And NO I don't want your number
    And NO I don't want to call you

    Choose you wanna make me choose
    You got to show me something now
    Why I should be with you?

    Choose you wanna make me choose
    You got to show me something now
    Why I should be with you?

    You wanna make me choose
    You wanna make me choose
    You wanna make me choose
    You wanna make me choose Writer/s: FREDERIC RIESTERER, DAVID GUETTA, SHAFFER SMITH
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., RESERVOIR MEDIA MANAGEMENT INC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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