Rohit Sapra

Rookie (7 August 1984 / Gwalior)

Let's Just Relax


Just no more shit I want
Looking to find some love
Even though I never receive it
Stop hating me
Start loving me
Please stop puffing out your hate
Enough of hate I have had
Give me some love
Touch me with your heart
Feel me with your hands
Kiss me with your lips
I want to be kissed so much
By a sweet chick simply wanna be loved
No more shit please, offer me some true love
Give me no more attitude, sweet chick come on love me
Be my queen, I will be your king
You have got all the moves
All you got to do is turn on yourself
Make your feelings go high for me
Wanna be loved by you sweet chick
I ain't going to leave you babe
It is my word
I cannot order you anything
The rules you make, I just follow them
Heat will increase between you and me
No more hate, no more attitude
Trying to walk close to you
You just say to me, I am tired of you
No more attitude or shit
Sweet kisses, touches of your hands, have to keep on moving
Till we say to each other, no more please, let's just relax.

Submitted: Sunday, July 07, 2013
Edited: Monday, July 08, 2013
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