"Fiasco" as written by Dallas L Austin, Jasper Cameron and Clifford Joseph Harris....
I was in love wit him since I was 12
By age 14 I was just catching hell
He was the star of the football team
Other girls wanted to fulfill his dreams
I was too young too scared too insecure
All of the love in my heart was so pure
This was until I had just turned 16
That was the night he tried to get in my jeans

What should I say
When I didn't want to push him away
But I was scared to give up my thing
When all along I knew he had waited for so long to see
If I was gonna give him all of me
But that's where I wanted to be
But then again
I remember the talk I had with my friends

[Chorus]
Oh no if you swing an episode
I just hope it ain't a fiasco
Sometimes boys can treat you so ghetto
And I don't want to say I told you so
Oh on
If you swing an episode
I just hope it ain't a fiasco
Sometimes boys can treat you so ghetto
And I don't want to say i told you so

After that first situation had past
It was this guy I had sat by in class
He was the type that made you wonder about
How he got down cause he did talk a lot
So we hooked after school one day
Went on some dates and we spent spring break
Together and then one night at his spot
While watching T.V. things got real hot
What should I do cause I had already took off my shoes
And I didn't want to seem to loose
Though deep inside I was contemplating giving him a try
Cause he seemed absolutely perfect for me
But after wards what would he think
Here we go again
I remember the talk i had with me friends

[Chorus: x2]


Lyrics submitted by HoneyBlyss

"Fiasco" as written by Dallas Austin Clifford Joseph Harris

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