"Ooh My My" as written by Patrick Raymond Leonard and Pat Monahan....
I fell for you
And I fell on my face
Then I reach for you
And you walk off without a trace
Guess I hardly knew ya
I should have gone before I came
Then you reach for me and it starts all over again

Ooh My My
Ooh you made me wanna wait
And then I fell to far too fast
Now I think that it's too late

Ooh My My
Ooh you made me hesitate
And then I worked so hard and fell so far
It was hardly worth the wait

But I fell for you
Till I fell on my face
Then I worked for you
24/11 just to keep from losing ground
You've got a hold on me
And you're stronger than you look
Cause when I try to leave ya, it starts all over again

Ooh My My
Ooh you made me wanna wait
And then I fell to far too fast
Now I think that it's too late

Ooh My My
Ooh you made me hesitate
And then I worked so hard and fell so far
It was hardly worth the wait

You invite me to your fire for awhile
Then you filled me with desire with your smile
And then you push me and I fall another mile
No more burning in your fire for awhile

Ooh My My... whoa yeah
I'm tired and it's late

Ooh My My
Ooh you made me hesitate
And then I worked so hard and fell so far
It was hardly worth the wait

Ooh My My
Ooh you made me wanna wait
And then I fell to far too fast
Now I think that it's too late

Ooh My My
Ooh you made me hesitate
And then I worked so hard and fell so far
It was hardly worth the wait


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"Ooh My My" as written by Patrick Raymond Leonard Pat Monahan

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    General CommentI'd venture a guess that nearly everyone can relate to this song... trying so hard to make someone happy who half the time isn't interested but when they do show interest, you're so easily sucked back in. Been there, done that.
    SageSoulon October 26, 2007   Link

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