Tell Me 'Bout It

Album: Introducing Joss Stone (2007)
Charted: 28 83
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  • Joss, how much lovin' do you need?
    Do you need it once a day
    Twice a day, three times a day, four times a day
    You gotta let me know

    I need a little lovin' at least two times a day
    So when I call ya, boy, you better run here right away
    Let's have a show of hands
    Who's addicted to their man?
    If I could do the things I want to you
    You'd be changing all your plans
    You wanna say I'm yours
    I wanna say get it
    You wanna say, so say
    I know what you're thinking, babe

    So tell me, babe
    (Tell me 'bout it)
    Tell me how I feel
    (How you feel)
    And if the feeling's real
    (Feeling's real)
    Tell me what's the deal
    (Hey, hey, hey)
    Gon' tell you 'bout it
    (Tell me 'bout it)
    Tell you how it feels
    (How it feels)
    And if the feeling's real
    (Feeling's real)
    Let's seal the deal
    (Hey, hey, hey)

    What you think about me and you being together?
    Could you break and shake my cold and stormy weather?
    Have you got this under control?
    Show me you know about a woman's soul


    I'll make you feel the way you wanna feel
    I love how it's real
    We're one in two minds
    Maybe it will stick
    You'd better be quick
    I hope that you heard me right
    Tell me, tell me 'cause I won't wait
    Suspense I just hate, so spit it out now
    If you're feeling like I do
    Won't you come and do it to me
    So tell me, babe


    Tell me 'bout it
    Tell me 'bout it, baby
    Tell me 'bout it
    Tell me 'bout it, baby
    I really wanna know
    Come on now, what's your story?
    Tell me
    Tell me, baby
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Laura from El Paso, TxNot sure why more Americans are not in to Joss Stone. She has an amazing voice and can really belt it out. Love this song
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