Brittany Bell

(10/05/88)

Let Me


breathe me in, breathe me out
come a little closer baby
so i can breath you in, come a little closer
so i can touch you and feel you against me
let me touch you, let me feel you
let me pull you close to me, baby let me into your heart

come a little closer, so i can touch ur face
so i can touch your heart, so i can touch ur soul
come a little closer baby, i just want to feel you against me
feel your heart beat against my ear, against my chest

let me pull you close and hold you all night long
let me, let me, oh let me be the one for you
let me be the one who has your heart
let me breath you in, let me breathe you out

let me, let me
oh let me baby
let me show you that i mean everything i say
let me, let me show you that i wont hurt you
oh let me baby, let me be your savior

breathe me in, breathe me out
u leave me breathless, u leave me smiling like a fool
u bring me in and haven't let me go
come a little closer baby, let me show you the way
to my arms, to my heart, to my soul

come a little closer, let me tell you a secret
let me fall, let me fall into those arms of yours
come a little closer baby, let me show you the world
let me show you that I'm for real, let me show you
oh let me show you that you mean everything to me

let me fall, oh let me fall
let me baby, oh let me fall into that heart of yours
for i think you have already captured mine

Submitted: Monday, April 06, 2009
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