"Ms. Hangover" as written by Sylvester Jr. Jordan, Jonathan Rotem and Tramar Dillard....
[Chorus:]
She had Hennessey hips, and Belve' eyes
Grey Goose on her lips, and cognac thighs
I'm hungover (hungover) from Ms. Hangover (Hangover)
She had a bubble like Cris', Patron all night
Had one mo' sip, too drunk to drive
I'm hungover (hungover) from Ms. Hangover (Hangover)

[Flo Rida]
Hey hey hey shorty, took me to tipsy from sober
Looked at me so fatigued, I must be her soldier
Hopin' she wouldn't tease and get in my Rover
Lil' momma you got to breathe like diamonds supposed ta
Come closer, can I hold ya, just what I need
Like my Gucci loafers, hold the, disappointment, must be sealed inside
Bowlegged woman that's what I need, I don't mind
Like how she flaunt it, see that's my speed, she a dime
Thought for a moment how could this be so fine?
Body bangin', I lay the language, that walk is famous
The proper anus like she was painted
She got me tainted, I gotta brang it, this woman dangerous
None other, who's her lover, this above her
Get it from her mother, did it to her brother
Magazine cover, glad to meet a hustler
Shorty whats up! She had

[Chorus]

[Flo Rida]
Hey parking lot pimpin', yeah that's the way I approached her
Hips went up and down like a roller coaster
Miss, got her attention, tapped her on the shoulder
Serious, she the business and I need closure
So hood and I'm startin', I'm blowin' see no stuck up trumpin'
Bugari I'm good and I smell like the fragrance of money
I'm sorry this lady take over just like a tsunami
She had on the Jacob, I'm rockin' my platinum my money
This ain't your normal every day baby
The type to drive nothin' less than that 600 Mercedes
It's rare that you find a woman so vicious on the daily
That grant all your wishes with looks to kill like a .380
I feel like she put me under a spell
Pretty ambitious about delicious full attention on the yell
Shorty ridiculous, I had a mission to conquer the gal
I put her on my tab, had her sippin', call a cab

[Chorus]

[Flo Rida]
All my shorties if you with me, let me hear you say Ms. Hangover
(Ms. Hangover)
All my shorties if you with me, let me hear you say Ms. Hangover
(Ms. Hangover)
All my ballers if you with me, let me hear you say I'm hungover
(I'm hungover)
All my ballers if you with me, let me hear you say I'm hungover
(I'm hungover)
Ms. Hangover (Ms. Hangover)
Got me hungover (got me hungover)
I'm hungover (I'm hungover)
From Ms. Hangover (from Ms. Hangover)
Ms. Hangover (Ms. Hangover)
Got me hungover (got me hungover)
I'm hungover (I'm hungover)
From Ms. Hangover (from Ms. Hangover)

[Chorus]


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"Ms. Hangover" as written by Sylvester Jr. Jordan, Jonathan Rotem, Tramar Dillard

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    General CommentConfusing song. Is he seducing drunk women? Is he saying w/ the first one that she's not much to look at but he'll have sex with her regardless (how manly and kind of him:). I'm guessing it's just a song about an arrogant guy who's impressed with himself and his nads. As long as they will have sex with him (even drunk), he'll take it. Typical rap song. I happen to like Flo Rida's music, but some of it (like many rap songs) are so ANTI-FEMALE...just the objectifying of women as less than objects. We don't even rate the shiny object status! Our vaginas are holes to be filled; our backsides are there so the guy doens't have to look at us in the eye or even know our names as he gets off; and our mouths are there not for romantic and loving kissing, but for oral sex. Hmmmmmmmmmmm. Sorry for the soapbox rant, but I guess the club scene just isn't for me. I am quite happy to belong to a generation where one-night-stands were far fewer and love actually mattered when it came to a fun night of passion. Ugh.
    rolypolywoofwoofon December 13, 2011   Link

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