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 A Night Here
Song written by: Gerald Lamar Ingraham
Sung by: Lamar

[Verse One: Lamar]

It would have,
Done me no harm,
To just see you,
Again with a smile,
I noticed your,
Reluctence to my charm,
But humor and good,
Grace ended it after awhile.
 
[Chorus: Lamar]

Woo,
What is more great,
Woo,
A night here,
Woo,
Can twist our fate,
Woo.
 
[Verse Two: Lamar]

You wanted to,
Go away to your home,
You insisted on,
Bothering to stay,
But I can't rid of you,
Like the hair in comb,
Because I can't keep,
My feelings away.
 
Repeat Chorus


2006 Sanaili Songwriting Inc.


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