"It Doesn't Matter How I Say It (it's What I Say That Matters)" as written by and Kenneth Drake Hollon....
If I were a candy dish, I'd want to be the one you keep your sweets in, my sweet man
And if I were a lamp, I'd want to be the one you turned on every night, ooh ooh baby
And If I were a bank, I'd want to hold all your deposits
And If I were a rose, I might be growing in your garden

[CHORUS:]
Baby, this ain't nothin' new that I'm sayin' to ya, no
It's just another way of tellin' you that I love you
doesn't matter how I say it (doesn't matter how I say it),
It's what I say that matters ( it's what I say that matters)
And I love you, love you, love you boy, doesn't matter how I say it
I love you, love you, love you boy, doesn't matter how I say it
If I were a pillow babe, I'd want to be the one you rest your head on, and dream on
And If I were a mountain reachin' high, I'd want to be the one you climb, ooh ooh baby
And if I were a pipe, I'd want to be the one you're smokin'
And if I were a place, I'd want to be the place your goin'

[CHORUS:]

I love you, oh
(repeat & fade):
I love you, love you, love you boy, doesn't matter how I say it


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"It Doesn't Matter How I Say It" as written by Kenneth Drake Hollon

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