Two Princes

Album: Pocket Full of Kryptonite (1991)
Charted: 3 7
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  • One two, princes kneel before you, that's what I said now
    Princes, princes who adore you, just go ahead now
    One has, diamonds in his pockets, and lots of bread now
    This one simply wants to buy you rockets, hangin' in his head now

    Yeah, (do-be-do's)

    This one has a princely racket, that's what I said now
    Got some big symbol on his jacket, ain't in his head now
    Marry him your father will condone you, how 'bout that now
    You marry me, your father will disown you just go ahead now

    Marry him, or marry me,
    I'm the one who loves you baby can't you see
    I ain't got no future or family tree but
    I know what a Prince and lover ought to be
    I know what a Prince and lover ought to be

    So If you, want to call me baby, just go ahead now
    And if you'd like to tell me maybe, just go ahead now
    If you want to buy me flowers, just go ahead now
    And If you'd like to talk for hours, just go ahead nowWriter/s: AARON COMESS, CHRISTOPHER GROSS, ERIC SCHENKMAN, MARK WHITE
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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