It's Love (Trippin')

Album: Best of Diva, Vol. 1: Female Vocal House (2002)
Charted: 6
  • They say I'm crazy
    The way you got me open baby
    They say I'm buggin'
    The way I'm tight twistin' your lovin'
    They all sit and wonder why
    These feelin's I cannot hide
    I ain't a question of pride

    They say I'm trippin'
    The way you got my whole life livin'
    They say I'm losin' it
    Just can't seem to get my grip baby
    We all cry when we feel pain
    Love is gone we're not the same
    It ain't a question of brains

    (They say) crazy the way you got me open baby
    They say I'm buggin
    The way I'm tight twistin' your lovin'
    They say I'm trippin'
    The way you got my whole life livin'
    They say I'm losin' it
    Just can't seem to get my grip baby
    They all sit and wonder why
    These feelin's I cannot hide
    It ain't a question of pride Writer/s: JILL H. SCOTT, KEITH ISAIAH PELZER, DARREN T. HENSON
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
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