"Chocolate" as written by and James Heath Shanice Wilson....
I remember when I was a little girl
A Hershey's kiss was my favorite thing in the world
When I was lost I would always turn to something sweet
A candy bar would always satisfy me instantly
You're my...

Chocolate you're my Chocolate (uh-huh)
Caramel cream filled hundred percent filled
Chocolate you're my chocolate
Cocoa butta honey lova, you're like no otha You're my
Chocolate you're my chocolate
Like hot fudge you're too much I can't get enough
Of your chocolate, your chocolate..
You are my favorite candy

Everyday you would always surprise me with somethin new
A candle light (dinner) and a dozen roses just to name a few (few,few,few)
You always seem to know the things that I'm feelin'
You always give to me the things that I'm needin
I can neva let you go, you're the sweetest candy that I'll eva know
You're my..

Chocolate you're my Chocolate
Caramel cream filled hundred percent filled
Chocolate you're my chocolate
Cocoa butta honey lova, you're like no otha You're my
Chocolate you're my chocolate
Like hot fudge you're too much I can't get enough
Of your chocolate, your chocolate..
You are my favorite candy

(Vocals)

Yes you are, my chocolate, caramel filled, my chocolate
Yes you are, my chocolate, cocoa butta honey lova like no otha
Yes you are, my chocolate, like hot fudge, you're too much
I can't get enough of your chocolate...

Chocolate you're my Chocolate
Caramel cream filled hundred percent filled
Chocolate you're my chocolate
Cocoa butta honey lova, you're like no otha You're my
Chocolate you're my chocolate
Like hot fudge you're too much I can't get enough
Of your chocolate, your chocolate..
You are my favorite candy






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"Chocolate" as written by Rahsaan Patterson James Heath

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