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Trey Songz - Dive In Lyrics

Ooh I'm about to dive in ooh ooh 
I was thinking about taking a couple laps, I just wanna dive in 
Yeah, dive in, yeah-eah 

Splash, baby girl that's your water fall 
Feel it coming down on me, so crazy 
Yeah, girl I love the way your body talk 
Come a little closer just like that 
Keep on talking girl you got me 

Wanting to go deeper then you'll ever know 
Wanting to feel, the way you flow 
Ooh you got that look up in your eyes 
What we 'bout to do ain't no surprise 
I'm about to dive in 
Baby girl hold your breath 
We about to get so wet 
Swimming in your body, let me dive in

You know ain't no running 'round this pool 
Going under just for you 
Baby you, watch me stroke 
Left stroke, right stroke 
Back stroke, girl there ain't 

No running 'round this pool 
Ooh I'm about to dive in 
Baby girl hold your breath 
We about to get so wet 
Put me to the test girl when I dive 

Drip, baby we don't need no towel 
I'mma be the one who rub your body now 
Won't drown ain't even coming up for air now 
I just keep my head down down, down 

Swim for days, 

I can doggy paddle all kind of ways 
Girl you got me .. 

Submerged inside your world, 

So deep inside you girl 
Beautiful place to be, 

So soak and wet and girl it's made for me 

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