Now you caught my heart for the evening
Kissed my cheek, moved in, you confuse things
Should I just sit out or come harder?
Help me find my way

Messing me up, my whole head
Teasing me, just like Tisha, did Martin
Now look at what you're starting
Schoolboy crush and it ain't on the hush
The whole world see it but you can't (uh)
My peoples they complain, sit and rave and rant (come on)
Your name is out my mouth like a ancient chant (say what?)
Got me like a dog as I pause and pant

Speaking of which, got a leash and I wish just to rock you miss (come on)
Make a militant move, peep my strategy (what?)
End of the day you're not mad at me (uh)
Not dealing with nobody, now that's what you told me (what?)
I said, hey yo, it's cool, we can just be friendly (come on)
'Cause yo, picture me messing it up
Her mind not corrupt with the ill C-cups
Shit, I'm on my J.O. (come on)
Bullshitting, hoping that the day goes slow (what?)
Got me like a friend, what confuses me though
Is kisses when we greet, tell me what's the deal yo? (deal yo, yo, yo)

Now you caught my heart for the evening
Kissed my cheek, moved in, you confuse things
Should I just sit out or come harder?
Help me find my way (ha ha)

Now you caught my heart for the evening (woo)
Kissed my cheek, moved in, you confuse things (come on)
Should I just sit out or come harder?
Help me find my way

Now why you want to go and do that, love, huh?
Making things for me towards you harder
Killing me, just when I think we there
You got the whole vibe and the flows in the air
Telling me 'bout next man
But next man ain't the nigga with the plan
Who got your heart in mind?
It's about time that you just unwind (come on)

And let it just happen, make it front-free (uh)
Just sweat me like Money penny (uh)
Digging you, getting inside of your stee (what?)
It's the Quest that keeping you company
Forever, or however you want it

Word word, now wait a minute now before you jet it to the curb (yeah, yeah)
Try to make impressions, which is good not the hurt
But it, it ain't me, and I, I ain't blurred (uh)
I'ma still just chill with you
Maybe things could change if you change your view (come on)
If not then I guess it is cool (yeah)
Just, to keep to yourself and abide by the rules, right

Check it out now
Check it out now
Check it out now
Check it out now
Check it out now
Like that now
Check it out now
Check it out now
Yeah yeah now
Check it out now
Import it out now
Check it out now
It's like that now
Check it out now
It's like that now
Check it out
What you say, what, what?

Now you caught my heart for the evening
Kissed my cheek, moved in, you confuse things
Should I just sit out or come harder?
Help me find my way (now sing it)

Now you caught my heart for the evening (sing it out)
Kissed my cheek, moved in, you confuse things
Should I just sit out or come harder?
Help me find my way (now talk it out)

Now you caught my heart for the evening (sing it out again)
Kissed my cheek, moved in, you confuse things (come on)
Should I just sit out or come harder?
Help me find my way (now talk it out right now)

Now you caught my heart for the evening
Kissed my cheek, moved in, you confuse things
Should I just sit out or come harder?
Help me find my way (come on)

Now you caught my heart for the evening


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Find A Way Lyrics as written by Isabel Gilberto De Oliveira Ali Jones-muhammad

Lyrics © Wixen Music Publishing, Universal Music Publishing Group

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    This is that cute, crush-love type shit. I love this song because it's like they're/he's not trying to hide his feelings... he's just keeping it real. It's about how they want the relationship to be. I will ALWAYS LOVE The Tribe!!!

    Lyrical816on August 13, 2002   Link
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    On some other SHIT@!

    panama77on December 06, 2005   Link
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    love love.

    pinktriangleson May 06, 2008   Link

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