Get Closer

Album: Get Closer (1982)
Charted: 29
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  • Want love? Get closer
    You want love? Get closer
    Hold her hand, be forward
    Come on, be a man, get closer

    Instead of worrying about those things you said
    Follow your heart and forget your head
    Maybe some things will jump out your mouth
    Make her notice that you're crazy about her

    You want love? Get closer
    You want love? Get closer

    You make a fuss when her eyes ain't on you
    Well, give her something to look forward to
    Remember all those other girls who ran
    Away from something they didn't understand

    You want love? Get closer
    You want love? Get closer

    Why you worrying about those things you said
    Follow your heart and forget your head
    Oh, slide over on the seat
    She'll give you something that's, oh so sweet
    Writer/s: JONATHAN CARROLL
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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