The Beginning...

Album: Love in the Future (2013)
  • Last night was the last night
    You'll ever spend alone
    Couldn't wait
    Did it in the living room
    Soon as I saw you, baby, I had plans
    Plans to do it 'til we have a baby
    Even if the world is crazy
    Pick some names, boy or girl
    Then we'll change, change the world

    So after you change your clothes
    Girl, if you change your mind
    I'm ready, whatever time

    It's the beginning of forever
    You don't have to go
    Sometimes you just know
    It's the beginning of forever
    It don't have to end
    Keep doing it, and doing it again, oh
    Keep doing it, and doing it again, oh

    Last time was the last time
    I was worn and done
    You the best, that's why I want another one
    Soon as I saw you, baby, I had plans
    Planned to take you to my elevator
    And cook a little breakfast later
    Pick a place and go there, girl
    Then we'll change, change the world

    So after you change your clothes
    Girl, if you change your mind
    I'm ready, whatever time

    It's the beginning of forever
    You don't have to go
    Sometimes you just know
    It's the beginning of forever
    It don't have to end
    Keep doing it, and doing it again, oh
    Keep doing it, and doing it again, oh

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