Treasure Island

Tamara Moir

(22/03/1991 / Brisbane)

Wanna Make You Mine


You're eyes, you're hair
You're smile and you're stare
You're lips, you're hips
You're skin is so fair
And I wanna make you mine
(Wanna make you mine)

Baby cant you see
You're the only one for me
I dont care what I gotta do
I'd run a million miles baby
Just to prove that I love you

I want you to know
That I'm here when you need me
I'm here when you cry
I'll be there for you forever
Til the day that I die!
And I (I) wanna make you mine
(mine x 8)

And I wanna make you mine
(Baby its true)
And I wanna be with you
(Oh yes, I do)
Now what I gotta do
(To prove to you)
That you're the only one for me
I wanna make you mine



You're eyes, you're hair
You're smile and you're stare
You're lips, you're hips
You're skin is so fair

Baby cant you see
You're the only one for me
And I (I) wanna make you mine
(Wanna make you mine)

Submitted: Wednesday, December 07, 2005
Edited: Monday, June 07, 2010

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