"Call My Name" as written by Wayne Anthony Hector, Francis Eg White and Charlotte Church....
I like the sound of your belt dropping
Your door locking, you jangle your keys, yeah
I like the sound of your heart stopping
Of lip locking, the grazing of knees, yeah
I like the sound of skin touching
Hands fumbling, you do as you please
I like the sound of back on the wall, yeah
Shelves falling, oh yes indeed!

And I love it when you call my name
I love it when you call my name
Both ends of the candle burnt by the flame
Yeah I love it when you call my name, n-n-name

I like the sound of your shirt ripping
My will slipping under the table
I like the sound of your hand slapping
Your whip cracking, this could be painful
I may like the rain, I may like the symphony
I may like the feel of your frame on my frame

But I love it when you call my name
I love it when you call my name
Both ends of the candle burnt by the flame
Yeah I love it when you call my name, n-n-name

I may like the rain, I may like the symphony
I may like the feel of your frame on my frame
I may like your touch, I may like you next to me
I may like the sound of your name on my lips
I may like your touch, I may like your remedy
I may like the feel of your hand on my hips
I may like your talk, like you breathing heavily
I like a lot of things baby, you know me



Lyrics submitted by rach_louise

"Call My Name" as written by Mich Hansen Wayne Anthony Hector

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.

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    General Commenti luv this song wow so great as is char .hott stuff
    cannonballon December 14, 2005   Link
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    General CommentWell...obviously, it's about a lustful sexual relationship xDD
    But it's very catchy. Not as good as Crazy Chick, but still a good pop song!
    bunnykinson April 19, 2008   Link

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