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Diana Ross – I Second That Emotion lyrics

Maybe you wanna give me kisses sweet
But only for one night and no repeat
And maybe you'll go away and never call, hey
And a taste of honey is worse than none at all

Oh little girl, in that case I don't want no part
Cause I know that, that will break my heart
Oh, but if you feel like loving me and you got the notion
I second that emotion, said, if you feel like giving me
A lifetime of devotion, I second that emotion

Maybe you think that love would tie you down
And you don't have the time to hang around
Or maybe you think that love was made for fools
And so it makes you wise to break the rules

Oh little girl, in that case I don't, I don't want no part
That would only break my heart
Ooh, if you feel like lovin' me if you got the notion
I second that emotion, said, if you feel like givin' me
A lifetime of devotion, I second that emotion

Ooh, then in that case, I don't want no part
I do believe that, that would only break my heart
Oh, but if you feel like lovin' me if you got the notion
I second that emotion, said, if you feel like givin' me
A lifetime of devotion, I second that emotion



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