"Black And White" as written by Edward Theodore Riley, Albert Joseph Charles and Tijuan T. Frampton....
[Intro]:

Yeah, I have dreams of you and I

And those dreams that I dream

It's in black and white



1 - I dream in black and white

But I make love in color

Ooh, girl, you're body so tight

I want to make you my lover



I dream in black and white

But I make love in color

Ooh, girl, you're body's so right

I want to make you my lover



My tease couldn't paint a better picture

Of a holy tipper, who praises for days

I know I make good love to you

That's what I heard you say

Don't blame it on the paintbrush

You should blame it on the campus

'cause these small time minds don't really understand us

Ooh, baby, yeah



(Repeat 1)



They said I broke the laws of motion

The way you made an image of me

But I got all seven seas open

Your third eye couldn't even see

But could you make a groan

So I could leave your first body alone

Girl, you got me in a zone

I said I'm cryin' out for more, oh



2 - Don't touch there too much

'cause I could get a little crazy

It's almost scandalous

Baby, can never want to leave me



(Repeat 1)



(Repeat 2)



I dream in black and white

But I make love in color



That's my style, baby.


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"Black and White" as written by Tijuan Frampton Albert Joseph Charles

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