Have you ever been with someone who's so good in bed that they make you wanna just stay attached to them all the time? And the sex is so good that it makes you neglect or forget about your everyday responsibilities, like work or doing laundry or even picking up the kids from school? If so, then you can probably relate to "Lazy Love," the first official single from Ne-Yo's upcoming R.E.D. album. (The title, which stands for Realizing Every Dream, thankfully replaced the album's original name, The Cracks in Mr. Perfect.) On "Lazy Love," Ne-Yo sings about how being consumed with lovemaking has it's ups and downs (heh heh): "I gotta go, I got responsibilities I gotta take care of/that's when you wrap them legs around me, and I fall victim to that lazy love," he croons. "You got that I-don't-wanna-go-nowhere, that lazy love." This song's a little unexpected from Ne-Yo, since in recent years, his singles have mostly been electronic/dance numbers, not sensual ballads. But if this is the direction he's taking with R.E.D., it's a good one and a welcome change of pace. The album's due out Sept. 18, 2012, and you can stream the highly recommended "Lazy Love" via the top link below.