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India Arie - Cocoa Butter Lyrics


Your Love Is Like Cocoa 
Butter On My Heart
Your Touch Is Like Cocoa 
Butter On My Heart

Your Kiss Is Like Cocoa 
Butter On My Heart
Oh, Boy, You Are Like Cocoa 
Butter On My Heart

My Heart Was Bruised, 
That’s What Happens When You Use It
Ready For Someone That 
Turned It All Black And Blew It

Been That Way For So 
Long The Sight Became Familiar
And Then Your Love Came 
In Just Like A Natural Healer

You’ve Got A Way Of Making It All Ok
You Make It Ok
Your Love Is Like Cocoa Butter On My Heart
Your Touch Is Like Cocoa Butter On My Heart

Your Kiss Is Like Cocoa Butter On My Heart
Oh, Boy, You Are Like Cocoa Butter On My Heart
I Show You My Burns, You Show Me Lessons Learned
I Show You My Scars, You Show Me Works Of Art

I Show You A Blemish, You Show Me That God’s Not Finished
With Every Imperfection You Showed Me Your Blessing
You’ve Got A Way Of Making It All Ok
You Make It Ok

Your Love Is Like Cocoa Butter On My Heart
Your Touch Is Like Cocoa Butter On My Heart
Your Kiss Is Like Cocoa Butter On My Heart
Oh, Boy, You Are Like Cocoa Butter On My Heart

Rub It In, I Know You Missing More,
You Rub It In With Your Wisdom
Oh, Rub It In With A Kind Word
When You Rub It In Your Love Because

Your Love Is Like Cocoa Butter On My Heart
Cocoa Butter On My Heart
Cocoa Butter On My Heart
Cocoa Butter On My Heart

Won’t You Put Some Cocoa Butter On My Heart
Down The Sea, They Ain’t Got
Down At The Store They Ain’t Got
I Looked And I Can’t Find

Oh Baby, Only You Got It
Said Baby, Only You Got It
Ain’t Never Felt Nothing Like This

Cocoa Butter On My Heart
Cocoa Butter On My Heart
Cocoa Butter On My Heart
Cocoa Butter On My Heart



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