"Fidelity" as written by Stokley Mandella Williams, Homer Roderick O'dell, Keirston Jamal Lewis, Ricky Kinchen, Jeffrey Stephen Allen and Lawrence El Grecco Waddell....
Taught the ways of men since I was a child
Watching brothers in the streets running wild
They love a honey up then drop her back down
I'm here to give you solid loving pound for pound yea
Don't worry about thing baby
I'll always do you right
Don't worry about a thing baby
I'll tell you about it girl
Don't you know

[Chorus:]
You were always there for me
I could never let you free
Cross my heart that I can be strong
And devoted to you

Just 'cause I'm a man don't mean I'll let you down
You've been my pride and joy
You're heart's safe and sound yea
When I had nothing
You were right by my side
I came from rags to riches
Now I'm living high
Oh I still love it when we play all day
Looking at each other's eyes
And find sweet things to say
I understand a man who wants to fool around
but if he knew what I knew about you
I know he'd always be down
Don't worry about a thing baby
I'll always do you right
Don't worry about a thing baby
I'll tell you about it girl

[Chorus]

Don't you worry about a thing
And I know that sounds so plain
'Cause I can tell you anything
To get me out of water
I know it's going to be rough sometimes
But you never have to try to find another

[Repeat chorus]


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"Fidelity" as written by Jeffrey Stephen Allen Homer Roderick O'dell

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