Album: janet. (1993)
Charted: 14 4
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  • Sittin' over here
    Starin' in your face
    With lust in my eyes
    Sure don't give a damn and ya
    Don't know that I've been dreamin' of ya
    In my fantasies
    Never once you looked at me
    Don't even realize that I'm wantin' you
    To fulfill my needs, think what you want
    Let your mind free
    Run free to a place no one dares to

    How many nights I've laid in bed excited over you
    I've closed my eyes and thought of us a hundred different ways
    I've gotten there so many times I wonder how 'bout you
    Day and night, night and day
    All I've got to say is

    If I was your girl, oh, the things I'd do to you
    I'd make you call out my name, I'd ask who it belongs to
    If I was your woman, the things I'd do to you
    But I'm not, so I can't
    Then I won't
    But if I was your girl

    Allow me some time to play with your mind
    And you'll get there again and again
    Close your eyes and imagine my body undressed
    Take your time, 'cause we've got all night, ooh
    You on the rise as you're touchin' my thighs and
    Let me know what you like
    If you like I'll go down, da-down, down, down, da-down, down
    I'll hold you in my hand and baby

    Your smooth and shiny
    Feels so good against my lips, sugar
    I want you so bad, I can taste your love right now, baby
    Day and night, night and day
    All I've got to say is

    If I was your girl, oh, the things I'd do to you
    I'd make you call out my name, I'd ask who it belongs to
    If I was your woman, the things I'd do to you
    But I'm not, so I can't
    Then I won't
    But if I was your girl

    If I was your girl, oh, the things I'd do to you
    I'd make you call out my name, I'd ask who it belongs to
    If I was your woman, the things I'd do to you
    But I'm not, so I can't
    Then I won't
    But if I was your girl

    I've laid in bed excited over you
    One hundred different ways I've thought ya
    Many, many
    (Day and night, night and day)
    All I got to say is

    If I was your girl, oh, the things I'd do to you
    I'd make you call out my name, I'd ask who it belongs to
    If I was your woman, the things I'd do to you
    But I'm not, so I can't
    Then I won't
    But if I was your girl

    If I was your girl, oh, the things I'd do to you
    I'd make you call out my name, I'd ask who it belongs to
    If I was your woman, the things I'd do to you
    But I'm not, so I can't
    Then I won't
    But if I was your girl

    If I was your girl, oh, the things I'd do to you
    I'd make you call out my name, I'd ask who it belongs to
    If I was your woman, the things I'd do to you
    But I'm not Writer/s: Harvey Fuqua, Jackey Beavers, James III Harris, Janet Jackson, Johnny Bristol, Terry Lewis
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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