Stevie Face Can't Go Round It lyrics

by DRW
(Jamaica)

Stevie Face

Stevie Face

Chorus

Caan go round this yah loving tonight, caan go round it, just caan go round it
Caan escape this yah loving tonight, caan go round it, just caan go round it

Verse 1
Just reach work and my eyes are on the clock, I gotta leave here five on the dot
Have to meet my baby at our favourite spot where we'll, sit and have a little chat.
And when that is over I'm gonna take her to my favourite pub, where we can rock away to some good Beres Hammond and some sweet rub a dub, yes!

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Verse 2
Don't think I'm crazy, please don't think I'm rude, that's the kinda man that I am, that's the kinda man that I am.
Forgive me if I sound too mushy, please don't act too shy, that's the kinda man that I am, that's the kinda man that I am.

Solo
Caan go round it, nah nah naaa, caan go round it, listen girl

Verse 3
I'm not the kind of man who would be afraid to show you how I feel
I won't hesitate to set the table and cook you a meal.
And girl I'm the kinda man who believes so strongly in old fashion love
Like sending chocolates on your birthday, sprinkle rose petals in your tub
That's the kinda man that I am, that's the kinda man that I am
Forgive me if I sound too mushy, that's the kinda man that I am

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Verse 4
And I won't apologise, baby that's how I feel,
now that I'm lying with a beautiful woman right next to me, and I won't apologise,
now I'm looking in your eyes,
that's the kinda man that I am, that's the kinda man that I am.

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