The Makings of You

Album: Bluebird of Happiness (2017)
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  • Yeah, oh-ye-yeah
    Yeah
    Add a little sugar, honeysuckle and a great big expression of happiness
    Boy, you couldn't miss with a dozen roses
    Such would astound you the joy of children laughing around you
    These are the makings of you, it is true the makings of you

    Ooh
    I'm so lucky that you're all mine, like a shooting star
    We're in heaven and it feels right
    Ooh, the things that you do
    That keeps me falling for you
    Hard
    Boy, let me tell you the truth, I'll always love you

    You got that touch, that love, that's settin' me on fire
    And I'll give you my life (give you my life)
    Anything that you ask me
    Baby, you can have it, yeah
    You got that heart, that soul, you perfect in my eyes
    You're the light of my life (light of my life)
    Boy, I'm telling you, I love everything you say and do

    Sugar
    Honeysuckle and a great big expression of happiness
    (Honeysuckle and)
    Boy, you couldn't miss (Boy, you couldn't miss)
    With a dozen roses (With a dozen, a dozen roses)
    Such would astound you (Such would astound you)
    The joy of children laughing around you
    (The joy of children laughing everywhere)
    These are the makings of you
    (These are, these are the makings of you)
    It is true the makings of you

    Hey, hey, hey, uh
    Irreplaceable and so rare, you're a different type
    Guaranteed that Imma be there, I'm here for ya
    I see forever with you, ain't nothing better than you, boy
    Let me tell you the truth, I'll always need you

    You got that touch, that love, that's settin' me on fire
    And I'll give you my life, anything that you ask me
    Baby you can have it, yeah
    You got that heart, that soul, you perfect in my eyes
    You're the light of my life
    Boy I'm telling you, everything you say and do, I love you

    Sugar
    Honeysuckle and
    (Honeysuckle and)
    A great big expression of happiness
    Boy, you couldn't miss (Boy, you couldn't miss)
    With a dozen roses (With a dozen, a dozen roses)
    Such would astound you (Such would astound you)
    The joy of children laughing around you (The joy of children laughing everywhere)
    These are the makings of you (These are, these are the makings of you)
    It is true the makings of you

    Yeah add a little sugar, boy (Sugar)
    Honeysuckle and (Honeysuckle and)
    A great big expression of happiness (A great big expression of happiness)
    And boy, you couldn't miss with a dozen roses Writer/s: CURTIS MAYFIELD
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Isah Ganda from South Africa Gauteng Johannesburg Tamar Braxton finally you shine like the star you are. You deserve all things beautiful and great when I listen to your music girl i feel blessed and empowered.
    You indeed brought light and change in to my life I THANK GOD for you. Yesssssss kill it ghel it's your time so JuST shineeeeeeeeee I've got mega love for you tay tay . You triiiiiied me
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