"Can't You See" as written by Joseph P. Howell, Randall Garth Ryan, Mark South, Terri E. Robinson, James Brown, Fred A. Jr. Wesley, Sean J. Combs, John H. Starks and Herb Middleton....
Since back in the day
We've been close friends
You would call on me telling me your problems
I'd been feeling things, things I never said
When you said that you were in love
Wish it was me instead
I'd treat you like an angel
He treats you like a fool
When you were hurting baby, I was broken too
And I can't go on this way
I need you baby

Tired of being the shoulder you lean on
Wanna be the one you hold on to
More than just a friend
Let me be your everything
Wish I knew the way to make you
See that I've fallen in love with you
Can't you see I love you baby

If I sit you down, tell you what I'm going through
Will you leave him?
Will it be too much for you?
Don't wanna be an addition
To your situation
I never wanna be a complication
But if I see you cry
I'm stepping in
I can't keep watching you get your heart broken
(I can't go on this way)


I ain't never said that I loved you
More than the friend that put nothin' above you
And I could be more than the shoulder you lean on
I could be your king little lady, you'd be gettin' your queen on
It hurt me everytime I seen him hurt you
Thinkin' 'bout these feelings got me runnin' in circles
(I can't go on this way)
I love your mind, body and soul, and even your perfume

[Chorus: x 2]

Whenever you're down, a mess (trouble)
I will be there baby
I will lift you up when (trouble)
When there's trouble girl
Look over your shoulders honey
When there's (trouble)
You can count on me
(Can't you see I love you baby)

Lyrics submitted by x_miss_kelly_x

"Can't You See" as written by Darren Brown Fitzgerald Scott

Lyrics © EMI Music Publishing, Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC

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