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​Satisfaction

This song is by Wendy & Lisa and appears on the album Fruit At The Bottom (1989).

Every time you come around
It makes me way too crazy
Crazy enough to think
That you'll ask me out
Yes, you are the talk of town
So congratulations
With a smile as good as gold
So don't wear a frown

Everytime I see you down
Still you're not too bitter
You don't need a babysitter
To keep you on your cloud
Baby, you know it's true
I'll never be too uptight
To wrap you in my love
To just satisfy you

Didn't your mama tell you
Didn't your papa tell you
To get a little satisfaction
Didn't your mama tell you
Didn't your papa tell you
To get a little satisfaction

Every time you come around
My heart beats a little faster
You're all the drug
I'm sure I'll ever need
All the time I do believe
Your love is like a prayer
I can take you there
If you feel the need

If you let me have it all
I'll shoot for satisfaction
'Cause nothing's ever meant
So much to me
But keep in your mind
We've got to keep on dancing
If all else fails
Won't you dance with me

Didn't your mama tell you
Didn't your papa tell you
To get a little satisfaction
Yeah
Didn't your mama tell you
Didn't your papa tell you
To get a little satisfaction

If love can melt down barriers
I think I'll marry you

Didn't your mama tell you
Didn't your papa tell you
To get a little satisfaction
Yeah, yeah
Didn't your mama tell you
Didn't your papa tell you
To get a little satisfaction

Everytime I turn around
The shadow of you is still with me
But a shadow just can't take
The place of you
When we touch, caress me, cool
Kiss me deep, my baby
All I have is for you

Didn't your mama tell you
Didn't your papa tell you
To get a little satisfaction
Yeah
Didn't your mama tell you
Didn't your papa tell you
To get a little satisfaction
Yeah
Didn't your mama tell you
Didn't your papa tell you
To get a little satisfaction
Yeah
Didn't your mama tell you
Didn't your papa tell you
To get a little satisfaction

If love can melt down barriers
Oh baby, I think I'll marry you
How 'bout it, Jessie?