Down On Me

Album: Bebe Le Strange (1980)
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  • Please don't fight me baby
    This silence has got to stop
    You used to want to know my mind
    But now I even hate to bring that up
    You get so down
    Down on me

    All these nights I rocked you
    Didn't I lay it on you enough
    I always give you something wild
    And sweet
    But it's hard to keep it up
    When you get so down
    Down on me

    Gently I want to dance you darlin'
    Breathin', breathe it in slowly groovin'
    Wrapped around in sweet, sweet chains
    Feel the romance when we move

    You know I can't resist
    I got a need for you
    Please baby reach into your kindest mind
    Tell me what I am going to do
    If it all comes down
    Down on me Writer/s: ANN DUSTIN WILSON, NANCY LAMOUREAUX WILSON, SUSAN L. ENNIS
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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