Dangerous

Album: Some Kind Of Trouble (2010)
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  • I'll be standing in the corner
    Just watching her slaughter them
    See you all go wild

    I've been dipping in my finger
    Testing out the water
    See you on the other side

    She is dangerous, she is dangerous, I'm sure, oh
    And she's all dressed up and knocking at my door, whoa
    She is dangerous, she is dangerous, I know, whoa
    But she's got my heart and she's never letting go

    I'll be hanging on your heartache
    Enough rope for my sake and losing every time
    I'll be wrapped around your finger,
    Let the moment linger then
    See you on the other side

    She is dangerous, she is dangerous, I'm sure, oh
    And she's all dressed up and knocking at my door, whoa
    She is dangerous, she is dangerous, I know, whoa
    But she's got my heart and she's never letting go

    And we all get a taste for blood tonight
    'Cause we've all had a taste of love
    And we all get a taste for blood tonight
    For love

    She is dangerous, she is dangerous, I'm sure, whoa
    And she's all dressed up and knocking at my door, whoa
    She is dangerous, she is dangerous, I know, whoa
    But she's got my heart and she's never letting go

    She is dangerous, she is dangerous, I'm sure, whoa
    And she's all dressed up and knocking at my door, whoa
    She is dangerous, she is dangerous, I know, whoa
    But she's got my heart and she's never letting go Writer/s: JAMES BLOUNT, STEPHEN ROBSON, STEVE ROBSON
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
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