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(mary danna/carolyn dawn johnson)

I must admit I've been holding back
And I got somethin' to say
Now I won't let the words get in my way
I guess I'm feeling my confidence
'cause the time has come
Time to make the cat let go of my tongue

But I don't know how to say it
Maybe we could play this little game
I hope you catch my drift when I say
It rhymes with...
Dove

Have you gotten the picture yet
Or should I say it twice
Maybe the first time around I didn't get it quite right
I wanna make myself perfectly clear
So there's no doubt in your mind
I wanna let you know how I'm feeling inside

But I don't know how to say it
Maybe we could play this little game
I hope you catch my drift when I say
It rhymes with...
Glove

Oh what I'm thinkin' of sounds like
Rough, tough, all that stuff
It's one word, one syllable
It feels so unbelievable

But I don't know how to say it
Maybe we could play this little game
I hope you catch my drift when I say
It rhymes with...

Oh I don't know how to say it
Maybe we could play this little game
I hope you catch my drift when I say
It rhymes with...
Dove
You know like, shove
Or glove



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