I won't even think twice
There's no reason to be shy
Oh I
I can't lie

Don't mean to bother
But I wish that you would give it to me right (right)
I'm not the type to holla
But somehow you know just what I like (what I like)

Oh yeah babe
Oh you babe
You don't know how hard I try
(Hard, I, try)
Oh yeah babe
Oh you babe
Just come on and love me right
(Love me right)

Sometimes it's long before I'm home
Spending late nights on the phone (phone)
No castle waiting in the sky
We make believe that we're alone (you and I)


I get caught up when I'm stressed out
I need a place to unwind
Some pushing, pulling anyway
You had me dreaming all the time

Oh I
I never found someone
Who'd fulfill my every need
It's someone gorgeous
It would be you, you

[Chorus: x2]

Lyrics submitted by stueybobchikenmo

Love Me Right Lyrics as written by Goapele K. Mohlabane Anthony W. Anderson

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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    oh my god, if you guys listen to the trackademics remix of this song, you'll go fucking crazy. goapele is so damn sexy and this song just takes her beyond the atmosphere in terms of sexiness and confidence. making me go CRAZY!!
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