Maybe I Mean Yes

Album: Milestones (1991)
  • When you asked me out and I turned you down,
    Never thought that'd stop you from askin' now
    Why'd you go and give up so easily?
    I thought you'd see

    When I say no I mean maybe
    Baby don't you know me yet?
    Nothin's worth havin' if it ain't a little hard to get
    So let me clarify so you won't have to try to guess
    When I say no I mean maybe, or maybe I mean yes

    Ever since woman has talked to man, Every man's been tryin'
    to understand. What's the harm in a little mystery?
    That's how it should be

    When I say no I mean maybe
    Baby don't you know me yet?
    Nothin's worth havin' if it ain't a little hard to get
    So let me clarify so you won't have to try to guess
    When I say no I mean maybe, or maybe I mean yes

    It seems like a crazy way to be,
    But it makes perfect sense to me

    When I say no I mean maybe
    Baby don't you know me yet?
    Nothin's worth havin' if it ain't a little hard to get
    So let me clarify so you won't have to try to guess
    When I say no I mean maybe, or maybe I mean yes Writer/s: HOLLY S. DUNN, TOM SHAPIRO, CHRISTOPHER WATERS DUNN
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management, MIKE CURB MUSIC
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