Will You Marry Me?

Album: Spellbound (1991)
Charted: 73 19
  • Just girl to boy, I'd like to share this thought with you.
    Our love's a joy.
    Two one's have made inseparable two.
    Last night my heart spoke to me.
    It said, "You've found that lover friend."
    So now I finally got the courage just to ask you baby.

    Ooh, will you, will you, will you marry me boy?
    Will you, will you, will you marry me?
    Will you, will you, will you marry me boy?
    Will you, will you, will you, will you, come on baby now.

    I lay awake, so full with hope of things to come.
    For heaven's sake, I pray I'm not the only one.
    I never dreamed I'd be so bold.
    I'm standing here my heart's been sold.
    So now I finally got the courage just to ask you baby.

    Ooh, will you, will you, will you marry me boy?
    Will you, will you, will you marry me?
    Will you, will you, will you marry me boy?
    Will you, will you, will you, will you, come on baby now.

    Think of love as wings, not a ball and chain.
    And your fear of things. . . unnecessary.
    I only want to share your name, share your name.

    I never dreamed I'd be so bold.
    I'm standing here my heart's been sold.
    So now I finally got the courage just to ask you baby.

    Ooh, will you, will you, will you marry me boy?
    Will you, will you, will you marry me?
    Will you, will you, will you marry me boy?
    Will you, will you, will you, will you, come on baby now.
    Will you, will you, will you marry me boy?
    Will you, will you, will you marry me?
    Will you, will you, will you marry me boy?
    Will you, will you, will you, will you, come on baby now.
    Will you, will you, come on baby.
    Will you, will you, will you marry me boy?
    Will you, will you, will you marry me?
    Will you, will you, will you marry me boy?
    Will you, will you, will you?

    So maybe Sunday.
    Come on Monday.
    Baby any time this week.
    Get an old house, find a back yard, buy some flowers down the street.
    Tell your mother, tell your father, don't tell anyone at all.
    All we need is just the two of us and ooh. . .
    Writer/s: PAULA J ABDUL, PETER LORD, PETER MORELAND, SANDRA KAY ST. VICTOR, V JEFFREY SMITH, VERNON SMITH
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Barry from Sauquoit, NyOn April 29th 1992, singer/dancer Paula Abdul married actor Emilio Esteve, and they honeymooned in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada....
    And ironically Ms. Abdul's "Will You Marry Me?" was at #21 on Billboard's Hot Top 100 chart; the following week it would peak at #19 {for 1 week} and it spent 13 weeks on the Top 100...
    Between 1988 and 1991 she had six straight #1 records on the Top 100 chart; "Straight Up", "Forever Your Girl", "Cold Hearted", "Opposites Attract" with The Wild Pair, "Rush Rush", and "The Promise of a New Day".
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