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Written by Al Hodge, Leslie Duncan & Tony Cox

They set the wheels in motion Adam and Eve
The beginning of romance
He was a lonely man I do believe
So he thought he'd take a chance

I know just how he was feeling
He'd been advised not to fall
But when his senses were reeling
That man he wanted it all

Honey this is some kinda love
You are my sweet temptation
Honey this is some kinda some kinda love

Like a moth to a flame all you gotta do is call my name
I'll come running to you
I was a lonely man until you came
Life was black life was blue

Without a word being spoken
I saw you then I knew
Now my defences are broken
There's not a thing I can do

Honey this is some kinda love
You are my sweet temptation
Honey this is some kinda some kinda love oh baby
Honey this is some kinda love
We're just one step from heaven
Honey this is some kinda some kinda love

Oh girl there's a fire in my soul
I'm just burning for you
Oh girl I'm out of control
Tell me can you feel it too

I'm burning up I'm burning up
There's a fire in my soul
I'm burning up I'm burning up
For you

Honey this is some kinda love
You are my sweet temptation
Honey this is some kinda some kinda love
Honey this is some kinda love
We're just one step from heaven
Honey this is some kinda some kinda love

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