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Should I Love You
Cee Farrow Lyrics


Mine’s beating hard by this dazzling sound
Bounce moving crazy, spinning around
Running out, dancing like a fool
Trying the opposite, acting cool

Can't keep myself under control
Against my intention, I've lost my soul
The poison of love running through my veins
This strange feeling I can't explain

Should I, should I love you forever?
(Should I love you?)
Should I, should I love you?
Should I, should I love you forever?
(Should I love you?)
Should I, should I love you?

Everywhere I look I see your face
Her name is hitting my ear in every place
From minute to minute I want you more
When you're surrounding me I can't ignore

Can't take this feeling more than another week
Touch me, hit me, or leave me weak
Why hesitate, what are we waiting for?
Life without you seems such a bore

Should I, should I love you forever?
(Should I love you?)
Should I, should I love you?
Should I, should I love you forever?
(Should I love you?)
Should I, should I love you?

Should I, should I love you forever?
(No, no, no)
Should I, should I love you?
Should I, should I love you forever?
(No, no, no)
Should I, should I love you?

Now drive me crazy, do what you will
This overflowing wave, it kills (kills)
All these words make even this song a sentimental foolish
But don't take me wrong

I asked myself so many times, give me a reason, work my eyes
True love or just another night
Oh, drive me crazy, do what you will
This overflowing wave, it kills (kills), it kills (kills)

Should I, should I love you forever?
Should I, should I love you?
Should I, should I love you forever?
Should I, should I love you?

Should I, should I love you forever?
(No, no, no)
Should I, should I love you?
Should I, should I love you forever??
(No, no, no)
Should I, should I love you?

Contributed by Ella P. Suggest a correction in the comments below.
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Jordy Johnson

Cee Farrow hosted some really amazing underground warehouse parties in LA back in the day. Best times of my life.

Georgina Queruel

BABE I was there in BLACK

gayle shubin

Totally agree. Still can't believe that time of clubs existed.

swtv1754

Anyone from Seattle that remembers this song playing at Skoochies and The Monastery? So many memories! I used to have a cassette tape of his entire album. Unfortunately when I sold my parents home after they passed, I realized too late that all my 45rpms and tapes where in the attic. Oh well, I still have all my albums!!

Brad Andonian

I remember Dovan spinning it...

swtv1754

@Fakename70 I bought many dress up clothes from there. Baggies, the shirts with the zippers on the side, and I wore my Crayon shoes with it! Lol

Fakename70

swtv1754
Oh, I definitely remember KYAC! Remember the advert for TJ’s (“for the man with a woman on his mind”)?

swtv1754

@Fakename70 I do remember the hip hop era of C89. I still have all my 12 inch singles with the Sugar Hill label. There was KYAC (later K-Fox) on am, but they played very little of what KNHC played until Nasty Nes started to DJ at nights on K-Fox. C89 was ahead of it's time back then!

Fakename70

swtv1754
I’m 49 now and was a teen back then. I’ve been listening to C89 since the early-‘80’s. Back when they played hip-hop from the New York City crews. That station has by far been one of the best and most unique we’ve had in the city during my lifetime. Primarily because they’re not usually playing the same artists that everyone else is. And if they are, they likely played them before anyone else did. Including Cee Farrow.

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Tim Hunter

So sad he is deceased R.I.P

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