You should be here
You should really be here with me, babe (You should
Really be here with me, babe)
You should be here
Girl, you know you drive me crazy (Girl, you know you
Drive me crazy)

You should be here
You should really be here with me, babe
(Oh, oh, oh)
You should be here
I just want to drive you crazy

You should be here in the mornin' time
When I'm makin' my breakfast
You should be here beneath me
To feel me, to heal me

You should be here to ride me
To trap me and climb me
You should be here, I'm a good man
And I work hard on my night job

You should be here
Let me show you what you're missin' every day
You should be here
Once I get you, you ain't never gonna walk away

You should be here
Well, I got more than just a bit and some money
Girl, I wish you were here
You should be here, you should be here

You should be here in the evenin'
Get to squeezin', teasin'
Forget the reasons
Why you're shook up

Oh, lately you should see the tricks that I got
Oh, for you, mama
Specially in be my lady
Let?s get lazy and make babies, you make me hot

You should be here
Let me show you what you're missin' every day, yeah
You should be here
Once I get you, you ain't never gonna walk away, yeah

You should be here
See, I got more than just some good and some money
Ooh, girl, I wish you were here
You should be here, you should be here
'Cause I don't like bein' lonely

You should be here with me, babe (You should be here
With me, babe)
Girl, you know you drive me crazy (Girl, you know you
Drive me crazy)
You should really be here with me, babe (You should
Really be here with me, babe)
I just want to drive you crazy
(I just want to drive you crazy)

You should be here
Oh yeah (Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah)
You should be here
Oh, oh, oh, oh, yeah

You should be here
Oh, oh, oh (Yeah, yeah, yeah)
Ooh, girl, I wish you were here
I wish you were here with me, baby (Girl, I wish you
Were here)

You should be here
You don't know what you are missin?
You should be here
For in my dreams last night I think I had you
Everywhere

You should be here
Well, I got more than just a bit and some money
Ooh, girl, I wish you were here
You should be here, you should be here, yeah, yeah,
Yeah, yeah

Said I really want, babe (I said I really want you, babe)
Said I really want, babe (Wish you were here with me)
Said I really want, babe
Said I really want, babe (Oh, really, really want you
Alone with me)
Said I really want, babe
Said I really want, babe (Said I really want you alone with me)
Said I really want, babe, hey, hey


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