Took a walk through Washington Park
I had my mind on my plan
I was looking to buy a spark from
A long-haired Jamaican man
He was looking tired and beat and
He smelled a lot like smoke
I took a hit of his sticky sweet and
It almost made me choke
Later on that night, I was tweaking
Heard a knock on the door
Thought I heard the 5-0 creeping
So I hit the floor
I was down on the ground for a while
When, to my surprise
The door opened and I was greeted with a smile
And a pair of dark brown eyes
When I’m at home
I lock up the door and I unplug the phone
She’s always there
I love the love, but just stay out of my hair
I can’t get no rest
She never leaves, she’s thinks I’m the best
That she’s ever had
Who knew that good could get so bad
We were in my bed, getting busy
She was screaming my name
From that hit I was still feeling dizzy
But she wanted more of the same
I pushed her off and I told I was done
I hoped she wouldn’t be mad
She got back on cuz she wanted more fun so
I kicked her outta my pad
Took a walk through Washington Park
I had my mind on my plan
I was fixing to buy some spark from
A long-haired Jamaican man
He was looking tired and beat and
He smelled a lot like smoke
I wanted all of his sticky sweet but
I was broke


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