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Paroles de la chanson Looking at Me par Sabrina Carpenter

Oh, oh, yeah

Did I catch your attention?
You look like you lost your breath
When I suckle the room you and I we're gonna twist your head
Don't you come at me green with an attitude
When my lips and my soles are at
If I believe you behind you can look for the broken ex, no, no

'Cause I've been here once or twice
Never worry 'bout the ice, c'mon

Don't you stand there staring, honey
Try to move your feet

If you think they looking at you, they looking at me
I can make it nice and easy
I'ma take the lead
They ain't even looking at you, baby, they looking at me
They looking at me, yeah, yeah, they looking at me

If you're here for a teacher, I'll teach you what you don't know
(I can teach you the things that you wanna know)
But I can't give it up all at once (?)
Don't you bring any bull in the room tonight, it's a whole new rodeo
We compete, you and me, but you know that I steal the show, oh


'Cause I've been here once or twice ('cause I've been here once or twice)
Never worry 'bout the ice
Never worry 'bout the ice, c'mon

Don't you stand there staring, honey
Try to move your feet
If you think they looking at you, they looking at me
I can make it nice and easy
I'ma take the lead
They ain't even looking at you, baby, they looking at me
They looking at me, yeah, yeah, they looking at me

If I leave you behind we can look for the broken ex


Don't you stand there staring, honey
Try to move your feet
If you think they looking at you, they looking at me
I can make it nice and easy
I'ma take the lead
They ain't even looking at you, baby, they looking at me
They looking at me, yeah, yeah, they looking at me

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