Between The Sheets

Album: Between The Sheets (1983)
Charted: 52
  • Hey girl ain't no mystery
    At least as far as I can see
    I want to keep you here
    Laying next to me
    Sharing our love between the sheets

    Oh baby I feel your love surrounding me
    Oh baby making love between the sheets

    Oh girl let me hold you tight
    And you know I'll make you feel alright
    Oh baby girl just cling to me and let your mind be free
    While making love between the sheets

    Oh girl I love you all night long
    And I know you felt it coming on
    Oh darling just taste my world
    Oh you taste so sweet
    Sharing our love between the sheets

    Oh baby I feel your love surrounding me
    Oh baby making love between the sheets

    Hey girl what's your fantasy
    I'll take you there to that ecstasy
    Oh girl you blow my mind
    I'll always be your freak
    Let's make sweet love between the sheets

    Oh baby I feel your love surrounding me
    Oh baby making love between the sheets

    Oh baby I feel your love surrounding me
    Oh baby making love between the sheets

    I'm not gonna say let's make love

    In between the sheets

    Oh I like the way you receive me
    Girl I love the way you release me
    I'm coming coming on strong
    In between the sheets

    Oh I like the way you receive me
    Girl I love the way you release me
    I'm coming coming on strong
    In between the sheets

    You got me moaning
    Girl You got me groaning
    I'm coming coming on strong
    In between the sheets

    Let's get all the way down

    You're the only one

    I'm coming coming coming baby coming on strong
    In between the sheets Writer/s: CHRISTOPHER JASPER, ERNIE ISLEY, MARVIN ISLEY, O'KELLY ISLEY, RONALD ISLEY, RUDOLPH ISLEY
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • John from Nashville, TnWhile recording this song, tensions mounted between the older brothers (Ronald, Rudolph, Kelly) and the younger brothers (Ernie, Marvin, and Chris) over the financial and musical direction of this group. Therefore, the two camps split after recording this song.
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