Le BOOM Vent Suite

Album: The Light Of The Sun (2011)
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  • Boom boom boom boom boom boom boom
    Bada bum ba dum boom
    Boom boom boom boom boom boom boom boom boom
    Boom

    I called you on a Thursday, I waited for your call, you didn't respond to me yea
    And I called you on a Friday, you didn't respond, I've been waiting patiently,
    Baby boom boom
    I can't wait no more
    Somebody else is sniffin' at my dress hey
    Somebody is checkin for a sista, and I'm sorry you're about to get left
    Oh,

    [Chorus]
    Boom boom boom boom boom boom boom boom,
    Boom, boom boom boom, boom boom boom, boom boom boom, boom

    I mean I've been waiting patiently for you my dear I can't believe that I would lower my stee-lo
    For the call from you
    But you just won't do 'cause you just don't love me at all
    I mean,
    I been holdin' it down, I been holdin' it down
    And I really don't have to
    Ah yea
    I've been wanting you so badly but sadly, madly, you don't want me too
    So I say

    [Chorus]

    I'm sorry I had to drop the bomb this way, I mean there's a lot of things I could say
    I could tell you that I really wanted to be with you
    But you don't feel me you can't hear me
    I, I got to make this next move. I gotta do what a sista gotta do
    And if that hurts you well then it hurts you.
    I gotta make a move, I'm gonna do it too like

    Boom boom boom boom boom boom boom boom boom boom boom-oom boom boom-oom boom boom-oom boom
    Its all boom
    I'm like boom
    Its like boom

    I gotta do what I gotta do son
    Grown woman making decisions and choices
    Utilizing everything inside of me
    My soul my heart my mind my voices
    So maybe in the middle of the night
    When the dreams just ain't goin' right
    I could use a tug, a hug, a kiss something strong
    Something fit for a queen, something passionate, someone with esteem
    A king that'll knock a sista down like boom
    Boom
    Boom
    Boom
    Boom

    You can hold me close, kiss me nice, talk to me in the moonlight.
    You can take my hand, be that strong man you can.
    Hold me close make me feel so good and strong as steel,
    'Cause I am, I just need you man.

    Umm
    I need to get closer to where I was meant to be
    I need to be closer to where I need to be, hey
    Talk to me in my ear, tell me things that I need to hear.
    Don't always have to be nice, don't always have to be.
    But I need the truth from you, come and give it to me soon, 'cause I need you.
    I can't take all of this without lovin'

    Tired of bein' strong all day,
    I need to get to know you in a familiar way
    I can handle it all but in the middle of the night I need something right,
    I need you to get closer
    Come a little bit, come a little bit closer boy
    I need you to get closer too.

    Mmm
    Can you feel the fire in me?
    I need to make it burn baby
    Its all about the way you do what you do,
    I'm looking for the King in you, let me see it soon.

    Closer, closer, come closer to me, hey
    I need you to come closer Writer/s: ADAM W. BLACKSTONE, ERIC D. II WORTHAM, GEORGE MCCURDY, JILL H. SCOTT, RANDY BOWLAND
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Missing Link Music, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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