Baby doll, my baby doll
You're just fine the way you are
So what's the matter?
Where's the problem?
They don't love you
'Cause they don't know you
Like I do

Can you see
It' amazing what you do to me
Took my heart and made me feel things
I never felt before
It's changing me
Which direction so certainly
Shook me up and threw me around
When we learn to breathe
It all in

Tiger lily, my tiger lily
You're just wild
You're as wild as they come
So what's the trouble?
Where's the problem?
You're just a growing beautiful someone

Can you see
It' amazing what you do to me
Took my heart and made me feel things
I never felt before
It's changing me
Which direction so certainly
Shook me up and threw me around
When we learn to breathe
It all in

When I was afraid to reach you
Oh, when I was the one to run
You came along with a new lease on love
To show me how it's done

Can you see
It' amazing what you do to me
Took my heart and made me feel things
I never felt before
It's changing me
Which direction so certainly
Shook me up and threw me around
When we learn to breathe
It all in

When we learn to breathe it all in


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    What a delicate, beautiful, unapologetic song.

    Poppieson June 07, 2005   Link

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