"Two in the Mourning" as written by Jennifer Vera Brown and William Ehrlichmann....
I want to be the girl who makes it under your skin so you can't sleep
I want to be the one who makes your body stiff and your conscience weak
You're gonna leave your senses and your confidences

I want you to be my two in the morning
Desperation call
I want you to shout my name without warning
When the phone rings at two in the morning

I want you to see my body naked touching you in every dream
So when I tie you up and then go down you might not scream
I want to be crazy and not care about what people say

Nobody has to know that I want you to be my slave


Don't go to sleep I just might call
To throw you up against the wall

I want to be the girl who smiles standing by her man
But secretly I want you kneeling when I raise my hand
I want to be pink and flowers every hour of the day
And when the nightime comes I want to change the role I play
And you leave your senses and your confidences


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"Two in the Morning" as written by William Ehrlichmann Jennifer Vera Brown

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