Baby I've been waiting for some time
To find a way to free your mind, yeah
It's the simple things you do to me
That makes my heart forget to beat, yeah yeah
But I ain't here to try to play your fool, no no
I won't every beg for you
But heaven blessed the day you find
What you've been looking for
Well, my baby you'd better know

Now I want to take you higher
Don't keep me waiting on the outside love
Can't stop it if you wanted to
'Cause I was made for lovin' you, yeah yeah

I guess I thought it was a dream
Locked up in a mystery
Can't guess on what was meant to be
My soul just keeps on telling me, yeah yeah
'Cause I can't take this for another day
I've thought of us a hundred different ways
And I'd do anything for you
'Cause you were made for lovin' me
And me for loving you

Now I want to take you higher
Don't keep me waiting on the outside love
Can't stop it if you wanted to
'Cause I was made for lovin' you, yeah yeah

Now I want to take you higher
Don't keep me waiting on the outside love
Can't stop it if you wanted to
'Cause I was made for lovin' you, yeah

It's time that you let me know baby
I ain't going
I ain't gonna play your games
Can't face another day
There's nothing left for me to say
Oh yeah, whoa, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah

Now I want to take you higher
Don't keep me waiting on the outside love
Can't stop it if you wanted to
'Cause I was made for lovin' you, baby

Now I want to take you higher
Don't keep me waiting on the outside love
Can't stop it if you wanted to
'Cause I was made for lovin' you, baby

Now I want to take you higher
Don't keep me waiting on the outside love
Can't stop it if you wanted to
'Cause I was made for lovin' you


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