Love Come Down

Album: J.E. Heartbreak 2 (2014)
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  • Why cant control my hands, love?
    'Cause every time I'm raising you
    But body go crazy got all mind and get her soul
    So baby excuse my madness
    I don't know what you make me see like an animal
    I need what you got, I see where you're spot
    Feel free on your time
    Don't you wanna get em and make love come down
    Love come down
    Love come down
    Love come down
    I need what you got, I see where you're spot
    You and me in the back
    Ill do what it get til make love come down
    Love come down
    Love come down
    Love come down

    When you're love come down Ill be looking like a crazy
    When your love come down I'm like I told you so baby
    When you're love come down
    When you're love come down

    Girl when you're love come down
    And your body getting shaking
    When you're love come down
    Here, pose get you braking
    Your love come down
    Your love come down

    I need what you got, I see where you're spot
    You and me in the back
    Ill do what it get til make love come down
    Love come down
    Love come down
    Love come down yeah yeah

    If these walls they could talking in this room
    They speak all love and passion
    All before your love come down
    Your love come down
    Make your love come down

    I need what you got, I see where you're spot
    You and me in the back
    Ill do what it get til make love come down
    Love come down
    Love come down
    Make love come down
    Love come down yeah yeah

    I need what you got, I see where you're spot
    You and me in the back
    Ill do what it get til make love come down
    Love come down
    Love come down
    Make love come down
    Love come down yeah yeah Writer/s: BRANDON D. CASEY, BRIAN D. CASEY, BRYAN MICHAEL PAUL COX, CLIFFORD "OCTAVE" HENSON, CLIFFORD OCTAVE HENSON
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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