Brittany Bell

Rookie (10/05/88)

Come on run


Come on come on
My arms are wide open just for you
Run up to me
I know you want to

Come on Come on
Come on Come on run to me
My arms they are wide open just for you
Come here come to me you know you want to

Come on, come on
Take me in, take all of me in
Come on, come on

Don’t be a chicken
You know you want to run into my arms
Don’t do that, don’t hesitate
What did I tell you?
Don’t hesitate woman!

I told you that you want to run into my arms
Come on, come on run into my arms
They are wide open just for you
Come on, come on you know you want to

Come on, come on
Nothings stopping you from
Walking straight into my arms
So come on, come on
I know you want to

Come on come on
Just do it, it wont hurt you
To walk forward straight into my arms
Come on, come on
Its not that hard to do

Come on come on
Come on come on
Walk into my arms
Everything will be alright

Come on, come on
I’ll protect you from everything
Come on, come on
Walk into my arms everything will be alright
Come on, come on

Submitted: Monday, April 06, 2009
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