I just really wanna be the one for you
I just really wanna be the one for you
I just really wanna be the one for you

I just really wanna be the one for you
I just really wanna be the one for you
I just really wanna be the one for you

When the sun's down
Baby, I keep coming back for you
Oh, I keep coming back for you
When you're running games in the DMs
I'm falling for you
Looking for love in the PM
I'm falling for you

You got me playing strangers in the dark
Maybe I'm just a sucker from the start

I just really wanna be the one for you
I just really wanna be the one for you
I just really wanna be the one for you

I just really wanna be the one for you
I just really wanna be the one for you
I just really wanna be the one for you

I can see a dinner for two, my darling
Loving on the hills with a view
But I know you're touching, lusting
Fucking everyone
While you're out here bumping, grinding
I'm hoping I'm the one

And I just can't walk away
It's the feeling I can't shake
And I love it, there's no shame
Got a feeling I'll do it again

And I just can't walk away
It's the feeling I can't shake
And I love it, there's no shame
Got a feeling I'll do it again

I just really wanna be the one for you
I just really wanna be the one for you
I just really wanna be the one for you

I just really wanna be the one for you
I just really wanna be the one for you
I just really wanna be the one for you

And I just can't walk away
It's the feeling I can't shake
And I love it, there's no shame
Got a feeling I'll do it again


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