Put It All On Me

Album: No. 6 Collaborations Project (2019)
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  • Ooh, I can't wait to get home
    I don't know why, but I'm feelin' low
    Happened again and I want you to know
    Having my woman there is good for my soul
    I try to be strong, well, I got demons
    So can I lean on you?
    I need a strong heart and a soft touch
    And you're the one when I want love

    It's you and only you
    Who can be takin' away
    The shit that I go through
    Each and everyday
    When I'm alone with you
    You make it better again, yeah
    Your arms are where I wanna remain
    Catch my eye, and she starts to say

    Hey baby, we can dance slowly
    My darlin', I'll be all you need (you need)
    I know it hasn't been your day, your week, your week, your week
    So put it all on me (woo)
    Oh my darlin', put your worries on me
    Can't judge me 'cause I feel the same thing
    And I'm here for whenever you need, you need, you need
    To put it all on me

    All on me, on me
    Hey baby, we can dance slowly
    All on me, on me
    Put your, put your, put your worries on me
    All on me, on me
    Hey baby, we can dance slowly
    And I'm here for whenever you need
    To put it all on me

    Ooh, you're there for me when I
    Need you to be, 'cause I
    Find it hard to say the words
    But some shit don't need an explanation, baby
    I try to be strong, but I got demons
    So can I lean on you?
    I need a strong heart and a soft touch
    And you're the one when I want love

    It's you and only you
    That can be takin' away
    The shit that I go through
    Each and everyday
    Baby, I can't wait
    In love with all your ways
    Your arms are where I wanna remain
    Grab my waist when I start to say, now

    Hey baby, we can dance slowly (hey)
    My darlin', I'll be all you need (you need)
    I know it hasn't been your day, your week, your week, your week
    So put it all on me (woo)
    Oh my darlin', put your worries on me
    Can't judge me 'cause I feel the same thing (yeah)
    And I'm here for whenever you need, you need, you need
    To put it all on me (babe)

    All on me, on me
    Hey baby, we can dance slowly (slow)
    All on me, on me
    Put your, put your, put your worries on me (woo!)
    All on me, on me
    Hey baby, we can dance slowly
    And I'm here for whenever you need (need)
    To put it all on me (woo!)

    I try to be strong, well, I got demons
    So can I lean on you?
    I need a strong heart and a soft touch
    And you're the one when I want love Writer/s: Edward Christopher Sheeran, Ella Mai Howell, Fred Gibson
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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  • Alfred Omondi from KenyaMy song of a lifetime,I have watched it 1000 times
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