Left you at eight, came back at nine
Cause you got love, it sure is fine

I said, "I wanna love you some more" [Repeat: x3]
C'mon now and open up your door

Well an hour can be, such a long long time
When your lips ain't, stuck on mine


I said I, I said I, I said I, I said I, I said I
I, I, I, I, wanna love you some more

I'm all on fire, my love ain't died
Got a big desire and I ain't lyin'


I said I, I said I, I said I, I said I, I said I
I, I, I, I, wanna love you some more

I wanna love you some more [Repeat: x2]
I, I wanna love you some more [Repeat: x4]

I said, "I, I wanna love you some more" [Repeat: x4]

I said I, I, I, I, I said I, I, I, I, I said I, I, I, I
I said I, I, I, I, I said I
I wanna love you some more
I said, "I, I wanna love you some more" [Repeat: x2]

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