Georgia Woods

Album: Get Closer (2010)
  • What kind of spell is this
    That you've cast on me with your kiss
    Its like I've lost all control of my senses
    Its just not like me, to give in so easily
    And drop my guard and leave my heart defenseless
    Oh, but I'm feelin' good here beneath the pines of the Georgia woods

    And what a surprise, here by your side
    Its more than a full moonshine and its driving me crazy
    I waited so long, for something this strong
    And now I gotta be fallin' 'cause I'm already callin' you baby

    There's nobody here to see
    These sparks between you and me
    We'd better be careful my love, or these woods will be burning
    Or maybe we just give in, throwing caution to the wind
    Its funny how we ain't got any say in the matter


    Uh huh
    Oh take me downtown
    Uh huh
    My sweet angel

    Yeah, I waited so long, somethin' is strong
    And I know I'm falling 'cause I'm already callin' you

    What a surprise, hear by your side
    Its more than a full moonshine and its driving me crazy
    Oh waited so long, for something this strong
    And we know I'm fallin' 'cause I'm already callin' you
    Oh callin' you baby
    Yeah, uh huh Writer/s: DARRELL R BROWN, KEITH URBAN
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management
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