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Sons Of The Desert – What About You lyrics

(tony mullins/tony toliver)

My alarm clock in the trash can
At three A. M. Last night
I don't need no wake-up call
'cause I can't close my eyes
When I do you're all I see and all I dream about
Girl you've started a fire in me and I can't put it out

I think it's the real thing baby
What about you
It's about to drive me crazy
What about you
Love's the only thing that makes me feel like I do
Baby, what about you

If you dial my number and I'm not at home
I left you a message on my code-a-phone
If anyone else calls tonight they'll think I've lost my mind
"cause it says "i love you, I love you, I love you" a million times

I think it's the real thing baby
What about you
It's about to drive me crazy
What about you
Love's the only thing that makes me feel like I do
Baby, what about you

Love's the only thing that makes me feel like I do
What about you
I think it's the real thing baby
What about you
It's about to drive me crazy
What about you
Love's the only thing that makes me feel like I do
Baby, what about you
Hey, what about you
What about you
What about you
What about you



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