Belong To You

Album: About Time (2017)
  • Take care of me
    Talk all day then at night fall in deep
    Stimulate me
    I want you mental and physically
    I belong to

    I belong to you, you, you

    Don't come my way
    If you ain't here for love
    Don't you dare, stay
    Put some time aside I've set vibes in LA
    It ain't strictly physical but I know that
    I wanna lay where you lay
    So I think you should fuck with me, yeah
    You don't want to take me out the street, yeah
    I can give you everything you need, yeah
    Need you in my reach, yeah
    You know I fall really, really deep, yeah
    You can put your lovin' where I speak, yeah

    Baby, I belong to you
    I belong to you

    I belong to you, you, you

    Take care of me
    Talk all day then at night fall in deep
    Stimulate me
    I want you mental and physically

    I belong to you, you, you
    I belong to you, you, you
    I belong to youWriter/s: AJAY BHATTACHARYYA, SABRINA CLAUDIO
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing Group
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