A few more shots is all that it took
I took you for granted. You read me like a book.
Spun into the bedroom,
The lights turned low
Her clothes came off.
We took it slow.

Her body went straight to my head,
Everywhere you go I'll be right behind.
Now I'm back in style.

Don't look so surprised.

I'm not asking for much
Sill I am good for it
Try to let your heart go
I think I could love you

When did making love with you
Become part of the plan?
Don't think I'm sorry like you think I am

You con't stop, no
You can't keep your head clean
You're a mess
You can't stop, no
You can't keep your head clean
Drugs and Sex
You can't stop, no
You can't keep your head clean
Check your nose
Clear your throat

I'm not asking for much
Sill I am good for it
Try to let your heart go
I think I could love you

You told me this wasn't a one night stand
Well lets be honest
Both of use got what we wanted
Now its time to show your way out
[Come back]

Don't think I'm sorry like you think I am


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Southern Lovin' [Belle of the Ball] song meanings
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    My OpinionThis song is so good. The bridge sounds like a melody blink might write. Their last album didn't do much for me but they completely won me over again with this one.
    Beaky886on June 04, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI'm with Beaky on that. The last album didn't catch on. But this one is amazing. The song is obvious what it's about, haha.
    xXdevinXcoreXxon July 16, 2009   Link
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    General Comment"Don't think I'm sorry like you think I am" hahaha. Love this line. Wish I could tell my bf that...but that would make it much harder to object when he calls me a bitch................lol.
    I think the past three albums have been amazing, but I find this one to be most relatable for me. Altho it is in pretty close competition with In Vogue.
    faceXofXfailureon November 12, 2009   Link

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