Crush

Album: Jennifer Paige (1998)
Charted: 4 3
  • Ah, crush, ah

    I see ya blowin' me a kiss
    It doesn't take a scientist
    To understand what's going on, baby
    If you see something in my eye
    Let's not over analyze
    Don't go too deep with it, baby (baby)

    So let it be what it'll be
    Don't make a fuss and get crazy over you and me
    Here's what I'll do
    I'll play loose
    Not like we have a date with destiny

    It's just a little crush (crush)
    Not like I faint every time we touch
    It's just some little thing (crush)
    Not like everything I do depends on you
    Sha-la-la-la, sha-la-la-la

    It's raising my adrenaline
    You're banging on a heart of tin
    Please don't make too much of it, baby (baby)
    You say the word "forevermore"
    That's not what I'm looking for
    All I can commit to is "maybe" (maybe)

    So let it be what it'll be
    Don't make a fuss and get crazy over you and me (crazy over you and me)
    Here's what I'll do
    I'll pay loose
    Not like we have a date with destiny

    It's just a little crush (crush)
    Not like I faint every time we touch
    It's just some little thing (crush)
    Not like everything I do depends on you
    Sha-la-la-la, sha-la-la-la

    Vanilla skies (vanilla skies)
    White picket fences in your eyes
    A vision of you and me

    It's just a little crush (crush)
    Not like I faint every time we touch
    It's just some little thing (crush)
    Not like everything I do depends on you
    Sha-la-la-la
    Not like I faint every time we touch
    It's just some little thing
    Not like everything I do depends on you
    Sha-la-la-la
    Not like I faint every time we touch
    It's just some little thing
    Not like everything I do
    Depends on you Writer/s: Andy Goldmark, Bernadette Cosgrove, Kevin Bruce Clark, Mark Clifford Mueller
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group, Peermusic Publishing, RESERVOIR MEDIA MANAGEMENT INC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • James Lachman from Cincinnati OhWhen I was 6, in 1971, after a very painful earache I had a myringatomy performed on my ears (ear tubes). Immediately afterwards loud noises hurt my ears. To this day I do not like live music or loudly played music. However there is one exception. On a very rare occasion, far rarer than a blue moon, I have that universal yearning to listen to loud music... So loud that certain songs will make my hairs on my arms stand up. So I'll break out my computer and headphones and listen to about 20 or so songs that inexplicably transcend me to pure auditory pleasure (albeit temporarily) akin to a trance. One of the four songs that I must listen to, due to this rare magical conjunction of soul and music, are Led Zepplin's "Kashmir," Jamelia's "Superstar," RD Burman's "Mehbooba Mehbooba," and finally Jennifer Paige's "Crush." Why? I have no idea why these songs are like drugs to me but they are... Thank you Jennifer Paige. I love your song and hopefully in the future it will remain prescription free and unregulated by the government.
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