Travis Johnson

(06 Sept 86 / Evansville, IN)

Sweet Talk


There are many things about you
So I gotta make this smooth
And you’re the type of girl
That knows what to do
I mean every single second
That we are together
It’s like bein outside
In the perfected weather
Your real fine body
Is the shape of a bottle
You got a mind of a queen
And a face of a model
If I could hear your heart
I wouldn’t turn away
There’s things I wanna do to you
But I jus can’t say….
All day I can listen
To the way you talk
Girl you turn me on
Jus by the way you walk
Come over here baby
And be my girl
Let me show you how diamonds
Can brighten your world
Girl let me look at you
Let me feel those soft lips
I’m in a touchy mood
So can I hold your hips
When I’m not with you
I got it bad
Girl that’s the truth
I get really sad

Submitted: Monday, March 30, 2009
Edited: Tuesday, October 27, 2009

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