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VERSE; We have a SALT AND PEPPER ATTRACTION male- female point of view. She's interdenpent, I'm free. She's subjective, I'm objective. She's senitive, I'm stern. She says , I'm stubburn. I say, I'm determinded. Isn't that a local point of view? CHORUS; WE HAVE A SALT AND PEPPER ATTRACTION male-female point of view. Here we stand together. We'll forge until the end. We have everything essential Cause we're honest and sincere. She's my genuine original gal. Oh, yea. VERSE; WE HAVE A SALT AND PEPPER ATTRACTION male-female point of view. She's sure, I'm adverse. She's strong, I'm bold. She's spiritual, I'm theological. She's sensual, I'm ertica. learning and growing together. Oh, yea that's a fine art. CHORUS; Repeat. BRIDGE; Salt and pepper SALT AND PEPPER ATTRACTION That's a male female point of view. VERSE; We have a SALT AND PEPPER ATTRACTION male-female point of view. She's a listener, I'm vocal. She's material, I'm practical. Different doesn't mean wrong. We compliment each other With a SALT AND PEPPER ATTRACTION And a male-female point of view. CHORUS; Repeat.



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