"Wildflower" as written by and Fraser T Smith Thomas Decarlo Callaway....
Who should I be
Whether I'm good or bad
Should lead us both to be
So I pray for rain
And if I had her every day
I'd still praise her just the same

All it takes is the moonlight
And as long as the weather's fair
She reacts to the rhythm
Aroused by the evening air
The fragrance of her flesh
This is who she is
Don't apologize
You are to all but you only
Have to be beautiful to
In the beholder's eyes

Wonderful Wildflower
Open up and let me see
Sexy is in season
Share your sunshine with me

The picture is perfect
A keepsake 'cause the occasion's rare
She's poetry in motion
I'm just glad to say that I was there
To pull her out of the ground
Standing out in the crowd
Oh my how's she grown
Hold her with both my hands
Put her right on my table when I get her home

Wonderful Wildflower
Open up and let me see
Sexy is in season
Share your sunshine with me

Show those pretty colors baby
Show them off to everyone
Everybody's gotta
Live their life under the sun

Wonderful Wildflower
Open up and let me see
Sexy is in season
Share your sunshine with me


Lyrics submitted by MrDelirious

"Wildflower" as written by Cathy Majeski Stephony Smith

Lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC

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    General CommentWow, no comments? This is my favorite song off of the album, although I guess it is pretty obvious what the meaning is. Regarding the lyrics, I think there are some errors:

    "She'll be as SPOKEN to be"
    "And if I had her TODAY"
    "Reacts THROUGH A RIVER"
    "You are to AWE"
    "I'm just PROUD to say that I was there"
    "Everybody's gotta LITTLE LIGHT under the sun"

    I could be wrong about a few of those, though
    Unbelievable21on February 02, 2012   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis song is so fucking beautiful.
    sadie10588on September 08, 2016   Link

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