Reach Out

Album: Best of Hilary Duff (2008)
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  • Let's go. So bring your passport, girl
    I'm trying to show you the world
    I know your ex did you bad, but I'm your new perfect man
    Dignity where you stand. With just a touch of my hand
    I'm trying to show you my plan
    You got me, girl. I'm a fan

    HILARY:
    From the minute that you walked right through the door
    Thoughts were racing in my mind
    Time to explore
    I tell my friends that I just gotta have him
    But don't look now, 'cuz I see you staring at him
    Tunnel vision had him locked on in my sight
    It's like a prey playing games with the hunter
    Nowhere to run, boy, time to surrender

    And all I need is to feel you
    All I want is to feel you

    Reach out and touch me
    Before I go insane
    Reach out and touch me
    Boy don't you make me wait
    I'm a dime and you're so on the money
    Reach out and touch me

    And all I need is to feel you

    Like a prayer, your touch can take me there
    In my mind, you and me, in a secret affair
    Oh, boy you're killing me and you don't even know it
    Tried to hold back, but I can't control it
    So I'm stepping to ya
    Skip the 'How ya doin'?"
    Grab your hand, pull you closer to me, yea
    Out the door we're slipping
    Then we start to kissing
    Boy you're invited to my fanta-tasy

    And all I need is to feel you
    All I want is to feel you

    Reach out and touch me
    Before I go insane
    Reach out and touch me
    Boy don't you make me wait
    I'm a dime and you're so on the money
    Reach out and touch me

    THE PROPHET:
    Yea, you already know. It's Prophet, baby
    Let's Go!
    I'm here to play with fire
    Your body's my desire
    The time to flirt across the room doesn't expire
    'Cuz you a superstar. Get in my super car
    The paparazzi watchin' us the tube is on
    I know I took it far, but look how good you are
    And look how good you look
    One touch, I'm supercharged

    HILARY:
    Baby, can't you see how you're affecting me?
    Baby, sensual, physical fantasy
    Maybe fate brought the two of us close and now
    Don't you wanna
    Don't you wanna
    Don't you wanna
    Don't you wanna
    Reach out and touch me

    Reach out and touch me
    Before I go insane
    Reach out and touch me
    Boy don't you make me wait
    I'm a dime and you're so on the money
    Reach out and touch me

    Reach out and touch me
    Reach out and touch me
    Reach out and touch me Writer/s: EVAN BOGART, MARTIN GORE, RYAN TEDDER
    Publisher: Downtown Music Publishing, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 4

  • Clovis from Boca Raton, FlI love this song! Probably her best yet!!
    And what a hottie she is!
  • Brad from Lexington, KyWhat a piece of crap. First she "covers" The Who's "My Generation" and changes the lyric to "hope I don't die before I get old" and now this. Pathetic. At least Miley Cyrus and Britney Spears are singing their own crap, instead of destroying classic songs.
  • Clovis from Boca Raton, FlDon't you actually have to have some hits in order to have a 'best of' album?
  • Kayla from Ventura, CaI think this was Hilary Duff's break out song as an adult.
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