(Mustard on that beat, ho!)

Your kind of love should have a warning
Didn't know I would fall like this
Each and every morning can't wait to kiss your lips, nah

I ain't looking for another one
No need you got everything I want
Just keep giving me love
Giving me love
Giving me love

In the madness of this world
I'm glad I found you
When my heart don't seem to work
Its you I turn to
It get hard it get hard out there
Put your arms put your arms right here, oh
You don't have to say a word
I'm glad I found you
I'm glad I found you
I'm glad I found

Something I can build on
Your rock in the sea of sand
Even when the sun gone
You bring the light of your love to my land, oh

I ain't looking for another one
No need you got everything I want
Just keep giving me love
Giving me love
Giving me love

In the madness of this world
I'm glad I found you
When my heart don't seem to work
Its you I turn to
It get hard it get hard out there
Put your arms put your arms right here, oh
You don't have to say a word
I'm glad I found

Someone with the effort
Someone with the time
Water in the desert
I I'm glad I found
Good amongst the evil
Simba in his prime
Oouu I'm in my equal
I'm glad I found you, yeah yeah
I'm glad I found you, yeah yeah
I'm glad I found

In the madness of this world
I'm glad I found you
When my heart don't seem to work
Its you I turn to
It get hard it get hard out there
Put your arms put your arms right here, oh
You don't have to say a word
I'm glad I found you
I'm glad I found you
I'm glad I found


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