Watch Phyllisia Ross’ Latest Music Video, U and Me

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Phyllisia Ross U and Me



Phyllisia Ross’ Latest Music Video “U and Me” is out now! Watch it Here!

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Phyllisia Ross U and Me
Phyllisia Ross’ latest music video “You and Me” is out now! In the vid, directed by Abdias Laguerre, who also helmed the video version of last track “Only For You”, the singer dons a Bohemian getup and looks very laid back. The director and singer have teamed up to create yet another popping visual. The song was co-written by Miss Ross and her collaborator Marvens Yesso.

Well, back to “You and Me”…You can watch it below!

You can sing along too if you’d like. Here are the lyrics:

A woman often won’t claim her mistakes, but in this case that’s exactly what it takes
Not too many ways to say I’m sorry, but what else can I say, please accept my apology
When I think to myself, there just can’t be nobody else
It’s just U and Me
I never wanna let you go, ya
It’s just U and Me
I know we just need time to grow
We gave our all but when we fall we get back up again
It’s just U and Me, U and Me
If I were to lose you, I never could forgive myself
I stand here with one question- could you share what we have with someone else?
If yes then I failed on this love and I just can’t take it
I will swallow my pride to save all we got, cause I just want you here with me
When I think to myself, there just can’t be nobody else
It’s just U and Me
I never wanna let you go, ya
It’s just U and Me
I know we just need time to grow
We gave our all but when we fall we get back up again
It’s just U and ME, U and Me
If you got a lover that you cannot give up just say ya!
If you got a lover that you cannot give up just say ya!
If you got a lover that you cannot give up just say ya!
It’s just U and Me
I never wanna let you go, ya
It’s just U and Me
I know we just need time to grow
We gave our all but when we fall we get back up again
It’s just u and me, U and Me

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