"Something About You" as written by Edward Holland, Lamont Herbert Dozier and Brian Holland....
Darlin' darlin'
If I could have you to call my very own
I work my fingers to the bone, I would never, never roam
To you I'd always come home

'Cause there's something about you, baby
That makes me keep loving you
There's something about you, baby
Makes me love you just a little bit more
Truly love you just a little bit more

Sweet sweet thing, are you satisfied
Sweet sweet thing, you set my soul on fire
I need you, yeah, badly
No matter what price I have to pay
'Cause without your love, I'd worry hard
My life won't mean a thing any old way 'cause

'Cause there's something about you, baby
That makes me keep loving you
There's something about you, baby
Makes me love you just a little bit more
Truly love you just a little bit more

Sweet sweet thing, are you satisfied
Sweet sweet thing, you set my soul on fire

I'm just yours puppet on a string
Tears sometimes you bring
Do me any way you wanna whenever you wanna
I'll keep loving you just the same

'Cause there's something about you, baby
That makes me keep loving you
There's something about you, baby
Makes me love you just a little bit more
Truly love you just a little bit more

Sweet sweet thing, are you satisfied
Sweet sweet thing, you set my soul on fire

You're a real humdinger
You were never in disguise
You're a real heartbreaker
That shakes me all up inside


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"Something About You" as written by Lamont Herbert Dozier Lamont Dozier

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