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Say My Name in Three Ways
You with me baby, no need to feel shame
Chillax yourself, three ways to say my name
We can be up all night until you get it right
Put on your satin dress and dim down the light
Slowly, let it roll off your lips, ALPHOOONSO
I'm into you, lost like survivors in Congo
I wanna hear you scream in the long 'o'
Drop you down and up on me like a yo-yo
Shorten it, PHONSO, a gentleman and macho
I stay hungry for you like a taco and nacho
You're rainy wet, I'm on you as a poncho
I know I got a lot of balls, head honcho
Need everybody in the house to say, AL
If we're friends with benefits, you my PayPal
You say, you're not my woman yet, be my gal
I'm so sensitive about my feelings, rational
You too sexy, I stare at you like an owl
When we make love in moonlight, I howl
For you the type of lady, I've been on a prowl
I love to be happy with one person, no growl
Did you know the letters, 'al' is in alligator
My soft side is being your romantic creator
You make me feel special like a motivator
No one can break us, prosecute any violator
My name is not spelled with an 'f', its 'ph'
I do everything to make sure we straight
My name is spelled with an 's', not a 'z'
I am so much better when you're with me
©2011, Alphonso Taylor. All rights reserved. No republication of this material, in any form or medium, is permitted without express permission of the author.
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