You got my attention at hello
We had this connection that wouldn't let go
There was something sexy 'bout your voice
Anything you say makes a beautiful noise

And now we break up to make up right away (we make up right away)
Just an excuse to lay in bed all day (oh we lay in bed all day)
I know that this thing we have wont ever change
And that's why I have the confidence to say

A lot of girls are sexy
But you know how to use it
You can keep me up on the phone all night
We say lets hang up on 3 but we don't ever do it
Ain't it crazy how after all this time
We got that you hang up no you hang up kinda love
We got that you hang up no you hang up kinda love

Every time you call me, I wont lie
I still get the goose-bumps I felt the first time
That I saw you walk into a room
Girl you had me hooked on that beautiful view

And now we break up
And now we break up to make up right away (we make up right away)
Just an excuse to lay in bed all day (and we lay in bed all day)
I know that this thing we have wont ever change
And that's why I have the confidence to say

A lot of girls are sexy
But you know how to use it
You can keep me up on the phone all night
We say lets hang up on 3 but we don't ever do it
Ain't it crazy how after all this time
We got that you hang up no you hang up kinda love
We got that you hang up no you hang up kinda love

And baby you still know just how to
Blow my mind
And after everything that we've been through
It still feels right
And I know, that I can't
Picture living my life without you

Yeah yeah

A lot of girls are sexy
But you know how to use it
You can keep me up on the phone all night
We say lets hang up on 3 but we don't ever do it
Ain't it crazy how after all this time

A lot of girls are sexy
You can keep me up on the phone all night
We say lets hang up on 3 (you hang up, no you hang up, kinda love)
Ain't it crazy how after all this time
(you hang up, no you hang up, kinda love)
We got that you hang up no you hang up kinda love
We got that you hang up no you hang up kinda love
We got that you hang up no you hang up kinda love
We got that you hang up no you hang up kinda love


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