They say boys will be boys, that we only want one thing. Well, let me tell you right now, It's true. I only ever wanted her, the red haired beauty of the school. Her eyes were such a warm inviting amber that stirred the butterflies in every boy's stomach. Her body was curved to please, and she never hid it with her skinny jeans and tiny tops. I never had the courage to ask a girl before, but I'd never met a girl like her before either.
“Be mine,” I said as I strolled up to her, trying to play it cool. She took one look at my leather jacket and tattered jeans and smiled wide. I guess she thought I was cute because it took her no more than a second to say yes. I held out my arm an she clung to it with a tiger's grip, and I knew I was her's right then and there. We walked down the hall and flashed proud looks at every kid on our way.
I took her all over town, bought her everything she asked for, and that's how it went on. We were inseparable, couldn't get enough of eachother. Man, all she had to do was say the word and I was there, give me a touch and I'd bend to it. Her breath was hot and so was our love.
The school dance was coming up, I was sure it was no question who I was going with. That night drove by her house, but the lights were out. I swear I heard cries of passion, but my baby ain't no one's but mine so I brushed it off as mommy and daddy. I headed to the school gym, combed over every person there. She must have made a mistake... A big mistake, 'cause my baby ain't no one's but mine.
She told me she was cold, I told her I'd take of that. She told me it hurt, I told her I'd take care of that. She told me she was scared, I told her she'd never be scared again. I drove outside of town where the moon shone bright, I'm a romantic at heart, wanted everything to be perfect for her. I lit the fire and even threw 12 roses around it. I opened the door for her and lead her infront of the flaring warmth, she clung to me like she did that first day, she screaamed that she was mine and I smiled wide. The fire spread to my eyes and all I could see was the flames as they danced around her. My baby ain't no one's but mine and I'll never have to worry about that.