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All To Myself - Dan + Shay

The Experience: I want you all to myself... Feeling secure.
The Vibe: Desire.
The Topic: Sex.
The Value: Love.
The Tension: I want you all to myself (Offering intimacy) vs. Let our bodies do the talking (Wanting sex).

Music video: Still waiting.

The Meaning of All To Myself: The song croons desire and offers intimacy - all to myself we don't need anyone else. But intimacy is more than skin deep and in this song the crooner is only after sex - let our bodies do the talking. True intimacy goes deeper, into the heart, to the things about you that sex by itself can't say.

Ask yourself: Are you brave enough and do you trust them enough to bare who you are deep down? Or do you only dare bare your skin?

Album: Dan + Shay - 2018

LYRICS:


I'm jealous of the blue jeans that you're wearing
And the way they're holding you so tight
I'm jealous of the moon that keeps on staring
So lock the door and turn out the night

I want you all to myself
We don't need anyone else
Let our bodies do the talking
Let our shadows paint the wall
I want you here in my arms
We'll hide away in the dark
Slip your hand in my back pocket
Go and let your long hair fall
I want you all to myself, to myself

I'm jealous of the song that you've been singing
And the way it's rolling off your lips
It might be selfish but I'm thinking
I don't need nothing between you
Leaning for another kiss, yeah

I want you all to myself
We don't need anyone else
Let our bodies do the talking
Let our shadows paint the wall
I want you here in my arms
We'll hide away in the dark
Slip your hand in my back pocket
Go and let your long hair fall
I want you all, all, all to myself, to myself, yeah

Girl, I want you in the worst way
Yeah, I want you in the worst way

I want you all to myself
We don't need anyone else
Let our bodies do the talking
Let our shadows paint the wall
I want you here in my arms
We'll hide away in the dark
Slip your hand in my back pocket
Go and let your long hair fall
I want you all, all, all to myself, to myself
I want you all, all, all to myself, to myself, yeah

review by Benjamin O'Loughlin

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