"Beautiful Women" as written by and Kandi L/briggs Burruss....
La da da da da da
La da da da da da
Ahh

You can put them on the cover of a magazine
The finest woman you'll ever see
It would be my fantasy
To have them all surrounding me
All of them in love, it seems
They're wanting things that they can only get from me
The best thing about it all
Is I can have them if
I only keep dreaming

From the shores of milan
To the streets of miami
(beautiful women)
From the beauty salons
To the beaches in maui
(beautiful women)

From the coffee shop
To the restaurants
Can you hear me? (yes)
Every place, every town
If you just look around
You'll find beautiful women

Chorus:
Black, puerto rican
Haitian, dominican
Beautiful women
Indian, cuban, jamaican
All of the nations
Beautiful women

East coast, west coast city to the meadow
Burbs to the ghetto
Beautiful women
From cairo, to rio, to montego
Beautiful women, yeah

You know there's no way I could ever be
Without their sensualities
And every time I think that I break free
It's like they always grab me
Everywhere I go, it's like a video
You know exactly what I mean
If there could only be 3 more of me
Then I could keep all these beautiful women

There they go
Doin' what they do to
Make a man go crazy
But it just ain't fair
Cause they got us in a daze
What makes me so amazed
Is that they know it
Cause they're beautiful
Woo, woo, woo, ooh

Ooh ooh, ooh yeah
Oooh ooh
Yeah
Oh

Repeat Chorus x2

From the shores of milan
To the streets of miami
From the beauty salons
To the beaches in maui
From the coffee shop
To the restaurants
Can you hear me?
Every place, every town
Beautiful women

Repeat Chorus to fade


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"Beautiful Women" as written by Kevin Jerome Briggs Kandi L Burruss

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