How Deep Is Your Love

Album: Tomahawk Technique (2012)
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  • Oh whoa-oh
    Oh whoa-oh
    Oh, oh whoa-oh

    Yo, yo
    Well woman I love how you ah dweet
    You are bubble it, bubble it
    And you know say that me see it
    Me wi trouble it, trouble it
    So put it pon repeat my girl, my girl
    Ah you weh me need inna my world

    Girl you ah the hottest thing around here
    One thing me want you know me well, well prepared
    Give me the ting girl and make me shift if it in gear
    She pull me close up and give me the stare
    She whisper inna my ear

    How deep is your love? (you should know)
    How deep does it go?
    How deep is your love? (I'ma show ya)
    Let's explore (late night)
    How deep is your love? (girl)
    How deep does it go?
    'Cause mine run down to the ocean floor (ayy ayy, ayy ayy)
    Oh whoa-oh

    Well woman a you weh me want
    So just give me the, give me the
    Gyal me don't see no flaw
    Gyal you body the symmetry
    Make me feel so high my girl, my girl
    You make me waan enjoy my world, my world
    And girl you nuh affi ask make me reveal
    Me want spin you make you know the Ferris wheel
    You are the magnet, I am the steel
    Strong connection, me know you feel it
    So make we seal it

    How deep is your love? (make me show you)
    How deep does it go?
    How deep is your love?
    Let's explore?
    How deep is your love? (late night)
    How deep does it go?
    'Cause mine run down to the ocean floor (ayy ayy, ayy ayy)
    Oh whoa-oh

    See, I don't wanna be your home girl (girl, you ah top girl)
    I don't wanna be your cool friend (no, it's a wrap girl)
    I don't wanna be the chick
    That you call in the middle of the night
    To share your bed with ('round the clock girl)
    See, I wanna be your girlfriend (girl, you ah top girl)
    I wanna be your best friend (no, it's a wrap, girl)
    I wanna have all of you
    'Cause boy, I love you
    How do you feel about me, tell me? (caught up from the start, girl)
    Tell me

    How deep is your love? (make me show you)
    How deep does it go? (tell me)
    How deep is your love? (baby, I owe you)
    Let's explore
    How deep is your love?
    How deep does it go?
    'Cause mine run down to the ocean floor? (run down to the ocean floor)
    Oh whoa-oh (ooh, ooh)

    How deep is your love? (let me tell you, girl)
    How deep does it go?
    How deep is your love?
    Let's explore (got to know)
    How deep is your love?
    How deep does it go? (Dutty)
    'Cause mine run down to the ocean floor (Du-dutty yeah)
    Oh whoa-oh

    Down to the ocean floor

    Deeper than the ocean
    Deeper than the sea
    You and me girl Writer/s: Esther Dean, Jason Henriques, Mikkel Eriksen, Sean Paul Henriques, Tor Hermansen
    Publisher: Peermusic Publishing, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
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