It started out as a fantasy
But now you're laying next to me
Your conversation stimulates
It's even better than my dream [Incomprehensible]

You grab the oil from the night stand
Music's playing as you rub it in, ooh
I hate to think this has to end
You hush me up, it's just the beginning, ooh

Alright, you win
I know, I'll never love this way again
You told me that your loving was a sleeper
Now I'm for sure, baby you're a keeper

You kiss is like a cotton candy
Ooh, so soft and you look so sweet
And I must say, your foreplay
You never miss a beat

Oh, I'm inside you, inside you
It's like where it's got to be
In together, we triple
And explodes in ecstasy, oh, oh, oh

Alright, you win
I know, I'll never love this way again
You told me that, your loving was a sleeper
Now I'm for sure, baby you're a keeper, baby, baby, baby

I don't usually cover, no, no
Baby with you, I can't let go
Why you getting up now
And putting on your clothes

Come back here, can't you stay tonight
I'll make you breakfast in bed
Instead of me bein' the player that I am
I'm bein' played instead

Alright, you win
I know, I'll never love this way again
You told me that, your loving was a sleeper
Now I'm for sure, baby you're a keeper

And you can't, you can't leave
Girl, I'll stand outside your house, I'll come up to your door
I'll email all your friends, tell 'em you can't quick me now
Why did you lead me on, then you let me down, no, no, no, no

Why did you put it on me like that
Think that you could take it back, baby
Your love was a sleeper, baby you're a keeper
You ain't going nowhere, nowhere, nowhere, nowhere


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