"Slippin'" as written by Earl Simmons, Grover Jr. Washington and Michael A. Gomez....
I was demanding to be the oh-so-strong
Truth be told, I only want myself to tag along
Following my shadow, loaded with guilt
See, what I didn't know was that patching up
Only makes a quilt

Have too much pleasure from illusions of right
It seems I'd rather lose a friend then a fight
But I'm not young enough to know everything
See, what I do know is
My alter-ego is upcoming

I'm slippin'
'Cause I can't get me off of this throne
I'm slippin'
It's too much of a comfort zone
I'm slippin'
'Cause I can't get me off this throne
I'm slippin'
'Cause I can't get me off of this throne
It's too much of a comfort zone

Use persuasion as my strongest approach
I preach my wisdom as a neat, friendly poach
Respect, you don't get, it's something you owe
If you can't do what I do
It's 'cause you reap what you sow

Taking my time, sharing my week
Yeah, I am good at listening when I hear myself speak
Once I swell, attention tasted
Enough, want do
Every weekend I am wasted

I'm slippin'

Once I swell, attention tasted
Enough, want to
Every weekend I'm wasted


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"Slippin" as written by Earl Simmons Michael A. Gomez

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