[Verse 1]
I'm mad about you
You're mad about me, babe
Couple of fools run wild, aren't we?
Pushing the day into the nighttime
Somewhere between the two we start to see

[Chorus]
Mad about you (mad about you)
Lost in your eyes (reason aside)
Mad about love (mad about you)
You and I

[Chorus]
Something 'bout you right here beside me
Touches the touched part of me like I can't believe
Pushing the night into the daytime
Watching the sky's first light
While the city sleeps

[Chorus]
Mad about you (mad about you)
Lost in your eyes (reason aside)
Mad about love (mad about you)
You and I
Mad about you (mad about you)
Lost in your eyes (reason aside)
Mad about love (mad about you)
You and I

[Bridge]
I'm mad about you
You're mad about me, babe
A couple of fools run wild, aren't we?

[Chorus]
Mad about you (mad about you)
Lost in your eyes (reason aside)
Mad about love (mad about you)
You and I
I'm mad about you (mad about you)
Lost in your eyes (reason aside)
Mad about love (mad about you)
You and I
Mad about you (mad about you)
Lost in your eyes (reason aside)
Mad about love (mad about you)
You and I
I'm mad about you (mad about you)
Lost in your eyes (reason aside)
Mad about love (mad about you)


Lyrics submitted by Boonechic_21, edited by Mellow_Harsher

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  • +4
    General Comment

    Its about being in love. Duh lol. Its a corny, ooey gooey song. And I loves it. Kind of funny that a song SO simple can sound so good. But it does.

    If a girl EVER dedicated any song to me, I would like this to be the top 15.

    askingtoomuchon May 12, 2007   Link
  • +1
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    Yeah, it's obviously about being in love. On another note, Belinda's breathtaking in the video for this song :)

    drownnsodaon August 29, 2013   Link

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