"We Could Have It All" as written by Craigie Dodds, Heidi Range, Felix Starbuck Howard, Keisha Kerreece Fayeanne Buchanan, Mutya Buena and Johnny Dollar....
Slow day, might rain
I couldn't hear the weather man
Tight fit don't sit
Even when you loosen it

Your pace, no race
You kind of just to get into it
Was it 'cause we
Never sampled the flavoring?

Someday, baby, we could have it all
(You on me, me on you, smoking till we both turn blue)
A steady speed and we could we have it all
(Me on you, you on me, your kind of boring me to sleep)
But we keep on falling over everything
When you and me, we could have it all

You're street smart with a big heart
You look like your having it
Talk fast, words last
When you look like your diggin' it

But I don't subscribe
To the state that we're living it
Was it 'cause we
We couldn't handle the flavoring?

Someday maybe we could have it all
(You on me, me on you, smoking till we both turn blue)
A steady speed, we could have it all
(Me on you, you on me, you're kind of boring me to sleep)
But we keep falling over everything
When you and me, we could have it all

Better things are gonna come our way
You know we're gonna make it through this change
We're sitting tight as a tourniquet
Believing we could have it all someday

Someday, baby, we could have it all
(We could have it all, we could have it all)
(You on me, me on you, smoking till we both turn blue)
A steady speed and we could have it all
(Me on you, you on me, you're kind of boring me to sleep)
But we keep falling over everything
When you and me, we could have it all



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"We Could Have It All" as written by Brian Thomas Higgins Miranda Eleanor De Fonbrune Cooper

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group

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