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Old Love Lyrics

Artist: Dru Hill
Album: Dru World Order

(Nokio)
Hey look if you got a minute, I'm a make you listen to what I gotta say

Verse 1: (Woody)
Baby I would like to reminice
Of times that we were intimate
(because some things has changed)
Baby I would like to recognize
When I was sexy in your eyes
(things are just not the same)

-OOh baby, I got to see if I can still take you higher
(would you mind if i do it baby, baby,baby)
Ooh baby, I got to see if I can still light your fire

Chorus:
Give me some of that old love,
a brotha use to get more love
Like when I first got to know ya (like back in the days)
Like the way we use to be
Give me some of that old love
You make me feel like a soldier (I salute ya baby)
Its better now but its over
Like the way we use to be

Verse 2: Jazz
Baby I would like to reconcile
with the passion that's now exciled
(Because some things has changed)
Baby lets go back to yester years
When the chemistry we had was here
(things are just not the same)

-OOh baby, I got to see if I can still take you higher
(I wanna see if i can light your fire)
Ooh baby, I got to see if I can still light your fire
(ohh, ohh love)

Chorus 1x

Bridge: Sisqo with others doin the background

Let me show you how we use to be
We put out less candles
We would find new angles (on the chair)
Only just how we use to be, baby
We would tear up springs baby
and we would make offsprings baby

Remember when
Remember when
Remember when baby

ooh baby

Remember when
remember when
Remember when baby

chorus 2x with ad-libs to end

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