"Slow Hand" as written by Michael Clark and John Bettis....
As the midnight moon was driftin' through
The lazy sway of the trees
I saw the look in your eyes, looking into the night
Not seeing what you wanted to see

Darlin', don't say a word, I've already heard
What your body's sayin' to mine, you're tired of fast moves
You've got a slow groove on your mind

You want a man with a slow hand
You want a lover with an easy touch
You want somebody who will spend some time
Not come and go in a heated rush baby, believe me I understand
When it comes to love, you want a slow hand

On shadowed ground, with no one around
And a blanket of stars in our eyes
Hey, we're drifting free, like two lost leaves
On the crazy wind of the night

Darlin', don't say a word, I've already heard
What your body's sayin' to mine, if you want all night
You know it's alright I've got time

You've got a man with a slow hand
You've got a lover with an easy touch
You've got somebody who will spend some time
Not come and go in a heated rush, baby believe me I understand
When it comes to love, you want a slow hand

You want a lover with an easy touch
You've got somebody who will spend some time with you baby
Not come and go in a heated rush, baby believe me I understand


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"Slow Hand" as written by Michael Clark John Bettis

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