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Care 'bout no history
I just wanna go raise a family with you
'Cause we could raise them properly

If you're a car you're built for speed
I wanna go fast
Give me what I need now
I bet you hear that all the time
I've been watchin' you sittin' in bed
And I wanna hold you near

Words are clever
Hands are better
So let's put them together
Do you want what I got
"cause I need your company
If you doubt a thing that I say
And you're tired of playing games on me

I'm gonna get you those precious things
Like cornbread, whiskey and chicken wings
See that's a promise I can keep

I like cashmere I like the sweater
But if you take it off we'll both feel better
You know I'll help you happily
If these lights are low enough
No one's gonna see you blush

Words are clever
Hands are better
So let's put them together
Do you want what I got
'Cause I need your company
If you doubt a thing that I say
And you're tired of playing games on me

There's only so much I can say to convince you
Though words they have their place not in a bedroom
Say I don't care if you go but that's a lie 'cause I do

Words are clever
Hands are better
So let's put them together
Do you want what I got
'Cause I need your company
If you doubt a thing that I say
And you're tired of playing games on me



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