Christina Milian is interested in a gun shy guy in the sporty "Whatever U Want."
The Bar-Keys' sample of "Spellbound" starts the single, setting an outgoing tone. Rapper Joe Budden introduces the song. He says the single will be a floorfiller. It will keep the party going.
"Once again it's on/And we gonna ride out/Once again till dawn/Cut the lights out/Once again till morn/Keep the lights out/Till the end of the song."
She tells the guy that he likes her and is excited about it. But when she talked to him last he said he didn't want a relationship.
"Your feelin' me/And it's got you all fired up/Tryin' to walk away/
Cause you don't want your heart tied up."
In the bridge, Milian asserts that he cares more about her than he's willing to say. When they hug, he looks into her eyes and stares at her for a minute. She plays his game. However, she's plotting her next move. She needs to be at least a couple steps ahead of him. She wants to date him and sees through his casual demeanor around her. Earlier, they discussed what qualities they look for in a significant other. He said that he would like to date a girl who is herself. Then, he could fall in love with that type of girl. The description fits her a tee.
"But I can feel the proof when your holdin' me/Like to let you think your controllin' me/Even thought that ain't the deal/When I want I take the wheel, and I know/Can't hide that your really into me/Hold is so tight I can barely breathe/'Cause you know I keep it real/Giving you what you can feel."
In the chorus, she says he is her dream girl. She has every quality he's looking her. If he needs a best friend or unconditional love, she will be able to do it. She's willing to give of herself to make the relationship work.
"Whatever u want I got it/Whatever u need that's me/Feelin' the flow, don't stop it/Whatever u need I'll be/Whatever u want I got it/Whatever u need that's me/Feelin' the flow, don't stop it/Whatever u need I'll be."
In the second verse, she notes that whenever he's around other people, he pretends that she's an acquaintance. However, when he gives her an apologetic glance. He would like to have a conversation with her.
"Your frontin' like/You don't want no one to know/But it's in your eyes/That you don't want me to go."
The bridge is sung again.