Cruel Intentions

Album: Temporary Pleasure (2009)
  • Baby baby baby I don't want to
    Ever give you the wrong idea
    Call me up we'll hang out
    I'm down for whatever
    Tell me am I making myself clear?

    Love can be a meaningless emotion
    Pretty words that we're obliged say
    Rest assured I wont ask for your complete devotion
    Lets not let our hearts get in the way

    Finally
    The weight is off our shoulders
    Play for keeps
    Until the night is over

    Now you know of my cruel intentions
    I can play a hard game I'll admit
    So it goes
    We both know
    You're worthy of my affection
    You're not the one who I'll spend my life with

    Call me up, we'll hang out
    Call me up, we'll hang out
    I'm down for whatever

    Finally
    The weight is off our shoulders
    Play for keeps
    Until the night is over

    Call me up, we'll hang out
    Call me up, we'll hang out
    Call me up, we'll hang out
    I'm down for whatever

    Call me up, we'll hang out
    (Finally)
    Call me up, we'll hang out
    Call me up, we'll hang out
    (Finally)
    I'm down for whatever
    Until the night is over

    Call me up, we'll hang out
    I'm down for whatever
    Call me up, we'll hang out
    I'm down for whatever
    Call me up, we'll hang out
    I'm down for whatever
    Call me up, we'll hang out
    I'm down for whatever Writer/s: James Anthony Shaw, James Ellis Ford, Mary Beth Patterson
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Warner Chappell Music, Inc., BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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