"Can We Make Love" as written by Keith D Sweat, Curtis Jefferson and Bobby Crawford....
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah yeah...
Oh oh... Talk to me.
Come into my bedroom.
Come on.
Come on.
Come into my bedroom.

Do you remember
The time we spent lovin' each other;
How much it meant?
You'd said we'd never,
Never intend to fall apart,
But you left me,
You really broke my heart.
I tried to play you,
But you played me first.
It was so foolish, oh, how it hurt.
I think about you, each and every day.
Oh baby, hear these words I say:

Can we make love for old time sake?
I remember, girl, the love we used to make.
You were mine before you were his.
Bring it on, bring it on, bring it on.

As I sit and wipe my eyes,
I begin to question why.
Ask myself what went wrong;
Why we didn't last for long?
You blame me and I blame you,
There was nothin' left to do.
If we woulda thought it out
We prolly coulda worked it out.
Now you don't belong to me,
I think about you constantly.
What am I supposed to do?
I musta been a damn fool
To let your lovin' slip away.
I think about you everyday.
I must have been crazy... to let you get away.


He don't love you right,
I know he don't hold you tight.
Girl I know what you like,
Oh yeah...

Can we make love?
Can we make love?
Can we make love?
Come on, come on.

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"Can We Make Love" as written by Curtis Jefferson Bobby Crawford

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