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What a Girl Wants.

What a Girl Wants

by Christina Agulera

What a girl wants, what a girl needs;
Whatever makes me happy and sets you free...
What a girl wants, what a girl needs;
Whatever keeps me in your arms;
I wanna thank you for giving me time to breathe.
Like a rock, you waited so patiently, while I got it together.
While I figured it out
I only looked, but I never touched.
'Cause in my heart was a picture of us;
Holding hands, making plans.
And lucky for me, you understand.
What a girl wants, what a girl needs;
Whatever makes me happy and sets you free...
And I'm thanking you for knowing exactly...
What a girl wants, what a girl needs;
Whatever keeps me in your arms;
And I'm thanking you for being there for me.
A weaker man might have walked away
But you had faith strong enough to move
Over and understand while I got it together...
While I figured it out.
They say, "If you love something, let it go...
If it comes back, it's yours; that's how you know.
"It's for keeps, yeah, it's for sure;
And you're ready and willing to give me more.
Somebody sensitive and tough;
Somebody there when the going gets rough.
Every night he'll be giving his love
To just one girl, one girl, one....
Somebody cool but real tender too
Somebody, baby, just like you
Can keep me hanging around with the one who always knew
And I'm thanking you...
For being there for me.
Chorus (2x)
And I'm thanking you for knowing exactly...
And I'm thanking you for being there for me...


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