Somehow

Album: LP1 (2011)
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  • The fire in his belly's taking over
    He never watched the telly dressed or sober
    He really likes a fifth give him a spliff
    And he won't round now
    He gets me to the point it's nearly over

    But somehow
    Somehow I'd like to get to know him
    Somebody told me that I shouldn't claim him
    Somebody told me that I should let him go
    Baby somehow, eh, yeah ah

    I really hate to say this
    I can't wait till he gets older
    Then I can assure you we'll be fine
    I won't bow out
    I know nobody's perfect
    With love you gotta earn it
    But until then
    I guess we'll have to scream and shout

    Somehow I'd like to get to know him
    Somebody told me that I should claim him
    Somebody told me that I shouldn't let him go
    Baby somehow, oh yes

    Somehow I'd like to get to know him
    Somebody told me that I should claim him
    Somebody told me that I shouldn't let him go
    But they really don't know
    'Cause sometimes I really wanna kill 'em
    I'd die if I wasn't with him
    Somebody told me that I should let him go, oh

    (Hey, hey, hey)

    Look here now you Casanova
    Well we got people coming over
    I couldn't care less about the mess
    Just pipe it down
    By now you should know it
    That I'm a girl that don't give a shit
    There comes a point even for me
    I got my pride

    Somehow I'd like to get to know him
    Somebody told me that I should claim him
    Somebody told me that I shouldn't let him go
    Baby somehow I really don't know
    But baby somehow Writer/s: DAVE STEWART, JOSS STONE
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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