"Magic" as written by Josephine Hiebel, Luis Rodriguez Salazar, Mike Pidone, Barbara Codling, Fauntleroy S. Davis and Wendy Walker....
I don't have a hat with a brim
And I look funny with a cane
Eleven times out of ten
I slim dancing in the rain
Yes I do, yeah
Even though my Sinatra isn't quite
Up to par, I'll try to woe you
Like a movie in black and white
Tonight I'm singing to you

We should be in love
It could magic, it could be all this and more
And we should be in love, would you think about it
Girl think about it

And if I hear the news that some other dog's sniffin around
I might rattle the screws and personally show him to the

Pound, yes I would, yeah
When it gets down to it
I hear background music when I see you
Open up for a minute, girl
Try to see things from my view

We should be in love
It could magic, it could be all this and more
And we should be in love, would you think about it, girl think about it

And I'm no Casanova, but I'm an honest man
And honestly, if you asked me

We should be in love
It could be magic, it could be all this and more
We should be in love, would
You think about it, girl think about it


Lyrics submitted by lau88

"Magic [*]" as written by Luke Dick Kip Moore

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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