"Heartbeat" as written by and Paul Bernard Rodgers....
I don't wanna lose myself in love again
But my heart beat keeps on hammering

I met a little cutie back in sixty six
She used to tie you up and beat you with a walking stick
I said mama call a doctor you must be sick
She told me that's the only way I get my kicks

I don't wanna lose myself in love again
But my heart beat keeps on hammering

Been around the world about a time and again
Met a little chick in a opium den
She put a spell on me that'd freeze a man
I said help me save me but she did it again

I don't wanna lose myself in love again
But my heart beat keeps on hammering

I met a little lady just yesterday
Lord she loves me in a special way
She put coffee in my tea and she love to say
I wanna hold and keep you now don't be afraid

I don't wanna lose myself in love again
But my heart beat keeps on hammering
Don't wanna lose myself in love again
But my heart beat keeps on hammering

I met a little cuttie back in sixty six
She used to tie you up and beat you with a walking stick
I said mama call a doctor you must be sick
She told me that's the only way I get my kicks

I Don't wanna lose myself in love again
But my heart beat keeps on hammering

Been around the world about a time and again
Met a little chick in a opium den
She put a spell on me that'd freeze a man
I said help me save me but she did it again

I don't wanna lose myself in love again
But my heart beat keeps on hammering

I met a little lady just yesterday
Lord she loves me in a special way
She put coffee in my tea and she love to say
I wanna hold and keep you now don't be afraid

I don't wanna lose myself in love again
But my heart beat keeps on hammering


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"Heartbeat" as written by Paul Bernard Rodgers Paul Rodgers

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