Gasoline And Matches

  • Baby, baby, baby, baby, listen what I say
    Baby, baby, baby, baby, let me have my way
    I'm gonna keep on knockin' till the door unlatches
    You and me are gasoline and matches

    Baby, baby, baby, baby, when it's cold and dark
    Baby, baby, baby, baby, you make me feel a spark
    Well I feel a spark and the fire catches
    You and me are gasoline and matches

    You pull my pin and you trip my wire
    Yeah well you come in and set my heart on fire
    You knock me out, you rock me off my axis
    You and me are gasoline and matches

    Baby, baby, baby, baby, when you make your move
    Baby, baby, baby, baby, I can feel your groove
    The resistance of a strong willed man's in ashes
    You and me are gasoline and matches

    Oh you pull my pin and you trip my wire
    Yeah well you come in and set my heart on fire
    You knock me out, you rock me off my axis
    You and me You and me

    Baby I'm incarcerated and I don't want out
    Baby we should get related
    'cause there ain't no doubt
    Yeah but when your heart and my heart attaches
    You and me are Gasoline and Matches
    You and me are Gasoline and Matches
    You and me, yeah

    Well you pull my pin and then you trip my wire
    You come on in you come on in
    And set my heart on fire
    You knock me out, knock me out
    Knock me off of my axis
    You and me, you and me we're
    Gasoline and matches
    Gonna knock knock knock knock
    Until the door unlatches
    You and me are gasoline and matches Writer/s: BUDDY MILLER, JULIE ANNE MILLER
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, BMG Rights Management
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