My Baby

Album: Departure (2008)
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    She steps to the groove
    Her body in tune
    She stops the whole room
    She got to everybody
    The red of her lips
    So hard to resist
    The curve to her hip
    I gotta tell somebody

    [Chorus]
    I'm helplessly falling into your eyes like whoaoa
    I'm hopelessly in love for the first time like whoaoa
    Gotta make ya my baby
    Wanna make ya my baby
    Gotta make ya my baby
    Wanna make ya my baby
    Gotta make ya my baby
    Wanna make ya my baby
    Gotta make ya my baby

    My baby

    She throws me a sigh
    A wink in her smile
    I stopped and I died
    Could she be looking at me
    With nothing to prove
    Shes makin' her move
    And as she walked through
    Leaned in to tell me somethin'

    [Chorus]

    She took my hand and led me cross the dance floor
    Everybody watching like oh no
    The kind of girl you could only ever pray for
    All the cameras flashing like oh no no no no
    And as we left together
    She whispered something soft and sweet so right
    She said I'd love to love you all through the night

    [Chorus]

    My baby

    Gotta make ya
    My baby
    Wanna make ya
    My baby
    Gotta make ya
    My baby
    Wanna make ya
    My baby
    Gotta make ya
    My baby
    Wanna make ya
    My baby
    Gotta make ya
    My baby
    My baby Writer/s: EVAN KIDD BOGART, JESSE MCCARTNEY, JONATHAN ROTEM
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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