Hmm, baby, baby, baby, baby, baby

You don't have to tell me you've gone to found someone new
'Cause I can feel his presence, whenever I'm a kissing you
How can you ask me to try, try and understand
Well, just put yourself in my place
Go on, just see if you can

I'm a begging you (Don't, don't you let him)
Baby, please (Don't let him, don't let him take your love from me)
I'm begging you, baby (Don't, don't you let him)
Oh no (Don't let him, don't let him take your love from me)

So what if he whispers how much he loves you in your ear
But pay no mind 'cause I love you much more my dear, huh
My love are like mountains
That's how strong it is for you
If you ever walk away in to his arms
Which will surely break my heart in two

I'm begging you (Don't, don't you let him)
Oh no (Don't let him, don't let him take your love from me)
Baby, baby, I'm begging (Don't, don't you let him)
No, no, no, no (Don't let him, don't let him take your love from me)
Oh, I couldn't stand it, baby

If you leave me for him you would truly be unfair
Now, just ask yourself, whenever you needed me, wasn't I always there
Now, I'm begging you, baby, baby, down on my bended knees
Baby, baby, baby, baby, baby, please stay here with me

Baby, please (Don't, don't you let him)
Oh no (Don't let him, don't let him take your love from me)
Baby, baby, please (Don't, don't you let him)
I couldn't stand it (Don't let him, don't let him take your love from me)
I ain't too proud to beg (Don't, don't you let him)


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