Would You Mind

Album: All For You (2001)
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  • Baby would you mind touching me
    Ever so slowly
    You're making me quiver
    Baby would you mind undressing me
    Making me feel sexy
    While in the moment

    'Cause I'm gonna
    Bathe you, play with you, rub you, caress you
    Tell how much I've missed you
    I just wanna
    Touch you, tease you, lick you, please you
    Love you, hold you make love to you
    And I'm gonna
    Kiss you, suck you, taste you, ride you
    Feel you deep inside me ooh
    I just wanna
    Kiss you, suck you, taste you, ride you
    Feel you, make you come too

    'Cause I'm gonna
    Bathe you, play with you, rub you, caress you
    Tell how much I've missed you
    I just wanna
    Touch you, tease you, lick you, please you
    Love you, hold you make love to you
    And I'm gonna
    Kiss you, suck you, taste you, ride you
    Feel you deep inside me ooh
    I just wanna
    Kiss you, suck you, taste you, ride you
    Feel you, make you come too

    Baby would you mind coming inside of me
    Letting your juices free
    Deep in my passion

    'Cause I'm gonna
    Bathe you, play with you, rub you, caress you
    Tell how much I've missed you
    I just wanna
    Touch you, tease you, lick you, please you
    Love you, hold you make love to you
    And I'm gonna
    Kiss you, suck you, taste you, ride you
    Feel you deep inside me ooh
    I just wanna
    Kiss you, suck you, taste you, ride you
    Feel you, make you come too Writer/s: DANA STINSON, JAMES HARRIS III, JANET JACKSON, TERRY LEWIS
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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