"Lead Me On" as written by Ben Glover and Christopher Garfield Bentley....
There you go in all your beautiful glory
Messing with my head like you always did

I'm thinking things I don't want to say
And I can't breathe
What do I have to tell you girl
So you won't leave

Tell me what I want to hear
I don't care if you're lying baby
I just want to feel you touch me right now
Go ahead and call it love
Tomorrow you can deny it baby
Kiss me again, let me pretend
That it's not wrong
Baby, lead me on

I wanna touch your skin, I wanna taste it
I wanna feel that love like we used to make it

I don't care if we go nowhere
You're all I see
One more night with you
Is all I need, yeah

Tell me what I want to hear
I don't care if you're lying baby
I just want to feel you touch me right now
Go ahead and call it love
Tomorrow you can deny it baby
Kiss me again, let me pretend
That it's not wrong
Baby, lead me on

But I know what you want
I know what you need
I know when I'm gone
You'll still think of me

You know what I want
You know what I need
I know when you're gone
You won't even think about me

Tell me what I want to hear
I don't care if you're lying baby
I just want to feel you touch me right now
So go ahead and call it love
Tomorrow you can deny it baby
Whisper my name, baby no shame
Is it so wrong?
Baby, lead me on

I know what you want
I know what you need
I know when I'm gone
You won't even think about me

I know what you want
I know what you need
Won't you know, you know, know
You won't even think about me

I know what you want
I know what you need
Baby, oh
Baby lead me on


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"Lead Me On" as written by Christopher Garfield Bentley Ben Glover

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    General CommentThis song is so awesome. It's pretty self-explanatory. It captures that desperate emotion so well, where you don't even care about respecting yourself or your pride you just want someone so bad.
    SubtleAsABrickon August 07, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General CommentLOVE the song, but have one question, Rachel and Tom sings this song, but towards the end, Cheyenne sings
    "You know what I want, you know what I need
    I know when you're gone, you won't even think about me"

    my question is why does Cheyenne sing that part? is the guy cheating on one of them or something? thats one thing that i dont understand. hope that made sense to everyone, haha.
    fadedpictureon October 15, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General Commentat the end, the lyrics are

    "Whisper my name, baby no shame
    Is it so wrong,"

    not BUT its so wrong.
    fadedpictureon October 15, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General Commentpretty much sums up my situation right about now.
    It's that feeling you get when you like someone so much that you'd give anything for them.
    In my situation I believe that he's just leading me on but all my friends say that there's something between us. So I'm hoping the words that Tom sings are how he feels about me because I know that what Rachel sings are how I feel.
    loveeshine-on February 14, 2010   Link
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    General Commenti love this song, the band really captures the typical emotions it sings about so well. the song itself is pretty self-explanitory: a boy is in a relationship with a girl who doesn't really want to be in the relationship anymore and he wants one more night with her. it doesn't matter to him if she forgets him the next morning, he believes that one more night with her will be enough to sustain him. i love the bridge where he is trying to convince himself that she will still think about him after she leaves and then admitting to the lie. this is such a great song, full of meaning and emotion. love it =]
    balletbrit1992on March 13, 2010   Link

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