To Die For

Album: What Are You So Scared Of? (2011)
  • She's to die for,
    A little murder on the dance floor calls her name
    A little further to his heart she holds the flame
    She is still so unsure, she always leaves him wanting more
    You let me down but I can't let this go now
    (Time to turn it round again)

    She is dressed to kill
    And he is to die for
    She knows he would kill
    Just to hold her on the dance floor
    So do we dare to take this dance
    'Cause I'm willing to take the chance
    And tonight could be the night baby
    Just take my hand I swear we'll make it right

    And he's to die for,
    A little heartache in the shape of a girl
    His little heart shaped box just waiting to be filled
    She knows what she came for, she always leaves him wanting more
    You let me down but I can't let this go now
    (Time to turn it round again)

    She is dressed to kill
    And he is to die for
    She knows he would kill
    Just to hold her on the dance floor
    So do we dare to take this dance
    'Cause I'm willing to take the chance
    And tonight could be the night baby
    Just take my hand I swear we'll make it right

    But she's too caught up in moves
    And the moonlight plays so soft on her skin
    And she's singing, he's sinking-it's the sweetest sin
    Oh the state that she has got him in
    But she, she's too
    Caught up in moves to even notice you
    And she's singing, she's swinging her hips
    He keeps saying and praying
    That one day he will know her lips

    She is dressed to kill
    And he is to die for
    She knows he would kill
    Just to hold her on the dance floor
    So do we dare to take this dance
    'Cause I'm willing to take the chance
    And tonight could be the night baby
    Just take my hand I swear we'll make it right Writer/s: JENNA MCDOUGALL, WHAKAIO TAAHI
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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