Demonstrate
by JoJo

Album: non-album single (2012)
  • I live in this fantasy
    Where everything is amplified
    Senses heighten in a flash
    And everything just comes alive
    This pressure all inside of me
    Is sexual anxiety

    Baby, there's a lot of freaky shit running in my mind
    That I can't say, but I know I can demonstrate
    And I can let my body explain
    I know I can demonstrate
    So I'ma make it simple and plain
    You just need to come over
    Come over, come over, yeah
    I can just demonstrate

    I'm arrested by the night
    And only you can set me free
    Guilty, but I'm not ashamed
    I'm exactly where I wanted to be, yeah
    I leave the door, open wide
    In hopes that you will sneak inside

    Baby, there's a lot of freaky shit running in my mind
    That I can't say, but I know I can demonstrate
    And I can let my body explain
    I know I can demonstrate
    So I'ma make it simple and plain
    Bring your ass over
    Come over
    So I can just demonstrate

    Come over, we need to be closer
    Come over, come over
    I'm thinking

    Baby, there's a lot of freaky shit running in my mind
    That I can't say, but I know I can demonstrate
    No I can't
    And I can let my body explain
    I know I can demonstrate, uh
    So I'ma make it simple and plain
    You just need to come over
    I can just demonstrate Writer/s: Paul Jefferies, Daniel Daley, Joanna Noëlle Blagden Levesque, Noah Shebib
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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