Travis Johnson

(06 Sept 86 / Evansville, IN)

Let Me...


Let me come over and hold you tight
And whisper in your ear
That I want you girl
I love it when you’re near
Let’s stay in this place
Let’s go nowhere
Let me call you my boo
Call you my dear
Let me tell you things
Others don’t know
Come here girl
Get real close
Cause you are the one
I really love the most
By the way you act
You already know
Let me see the way you move
Hear the way you talk
Go head baby
Let me see how you walk
Since we’re in the room
Take off your top
Keep goin baby
For me don’t stop
Let’s get in bed
Let’s get our bodies together
Let me hold you close
Or we can do whatever
The way I describe your face
Its prettier than the weather
To you these words are good
To me you are better

Submitted: Sunday, March 29, 2009
Edited: Tuesday, October 27, 2009

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