Hey, there, pretty lady
Tell me how you're doing
Tell me what can I do to help
'Cause I've been thinking of you for a little while now
And this, right here, is how I feel

Girl, you got me going crazy
Knock me off my feet
Now, you got me begging, baby
Begging, baby, please
All I wanna know is do you wanna get away?
Get away with me
'Cause girl, I don't know what to do
'Cause I'm so in love with you

Head over my heels
Yeah, I know how I feel
Girl, you know that I'm in love
Oh, I was so lonely
Now, I know you love me
This, right here, is how I feel

Whoa-oh-oh

Girl, you got me going crazy
Knock me off my feet
Now, you got me begging, baby
Begging, baby, please
All I wanna know is do you wanna get away?
Get away with me
'Cause girl, I don't know what to do
'Cause I'm so in love with you

Come on

All I wanna know is do you wanna get away?
Yeah

Girl, you got me going crazy
Knock me off my feet
Now, you got me begging, baby
Girl, I'm on my knees
All I wanna know is do you wanna get away?
Get away with me
'Cause girl, I don't know what to do 'cause I'm so in love
So in love
So in love with you
Ah


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    so fun. and cute. i adore it.

    they should have played this on the current tour instead og getcha good.

    nicholieon August 09, 2008   Link
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    this is such an amazing song. probably my favourite out of the whole cd next to burnin up. i love when nick says "all i wanna know is do you wanna get away" ! it's basically about a guy who's crazy in love with a girl... the lyrics are pretty cheesy but the beat is addictive!

    sorichsoprettyon August 10, 2008   Link
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    1:58 where nic yells "girl you got me goin' CRAZY" is amazing. i've replayed it like 34953 times.

    MEGS813on August 19, 2008   Link
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    I love this song. But it drives me crazy that the beginning is almost exactly the same as "Still in Love With You."

    LysnK2on November 17, 2008   Link
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    This song is about Selena Gomez, nick wrote it when he was in love with her after breaking up with Miley..

    Just my idea after research...

    amelmileyon November 14, 2010   Link

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