If we move in together Will I still be a slob? Will things get ordinary? Will I piss you off? 'Cause I don't cook I throw my clothes on the floor And I mix the darks and whites Oh baby, your kisses are pure And the sex lasts for hours You want me more the less I shower I'm a sight for sore eyes In your old tighty-whities But you love me anyway You love me anyway I thank God for seeing the light And not going out with some lawyer-type 'Cause you're a poet A Renaissance man A little boy with really strong hands [Chorus:] So many things going through my mind Sometimes it gets scary But when you're by my side The world may be chaotic And the skies may explode But we'll be okay, baby, This much I know And the minuet between the heart and the breath Is my lullaby And the minuet between the heart and the breath Is gonna rock me every time And the minuet between the heart and the breath Will save my life As I lay upon your chest, baby I'm satisfied I'd like to have babies with you Like to have maybe two Join a carpool and sing the kids to bed They can have your colouring and My movie rental addiction They can be antisocial just like us and They can choose their very own religion They can climb into bed in the Middle of the night and Sleep in your arms, as if hypnotized [Chorus] Alright, Everything's gonna be alright So if all the things we want Are just out of reach We move to the mid-West And you start to teach I'm a woulda, coulda, shoulda A one hit wonder I'm pretty sure we'll be okay 'Cause if the skin on your chest Still feels that way From the sandalwood oil That you dab in the middle I think just maybe, maybe baby... We'd miss it, a little.
Written by: IDINA MENZEL, MILTON DAVIS
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