"Guilty" as written by and Laurel Aitken....
Well, hello baby
Come here sit down, make your self comfortable
Tell me something, how long have we known each other?
About ten months huh?

Say what's that on your finger? An engagement ring?
So you and John are getting engaged huh?
You know he's a mighty lucky guy
Should be proud to have a woman like you
Listen, I've got something I wanna to tell you

Don't think I'm getting fresh or anything like that
But this things been bugging me for a long time, you know
And it's kinda getting heavier and heavier each and every day
And I've just gotta get it off my chest
See, I've never seen anybody like you
I've never known anybody like you

Guilty, guilty of loving you

Let me take me back to my childhood a while
See, we had a medium size family you know, and we weren't rich
But my mother, she tried to bring us us the best she could
Guilty, guilty of loving you
Didn't commit no crime nor nothing

But I had to wait until I reach man hood to commit this crime
According to the code of love, if there is such a code (guilty, guilty of loving you)
See, love is a thing well, you know?
It's a bit like quicksand

The more you wriggle the deeper you sink
And when it hit's you, you've just got to fall
That's why I do believe that I am guilty

Said I'm guilty, guilty of loving you
Said I'm guilty, guilty of loving you
Guilty, guilty of loving you


Lyrics submitted by Demau Senae

"Guilty" as written by Laurel Aitken

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Downtown Music Publishing

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