Yeah bitch you know how real players do this shit, beitch!

[Too $hort]
Man look at her, baby look good
The way she dancin, maybe I should
step up to her, and run this game
I want to FUCK - I don't want to know her name
I play the role though, act like I'm interested
By the end of the night, she done been molested
And she loves it, that's how I do it
You tried to get with her too but you blew it
I told her I ain't had no woman, I got three
And you ain't leavin this club without me
cause I'll be - your breakfast in the mornin
See the sun rise while you're nake and you're moanin
And when I get up, talkin like a pimp
That's when reality, starts to sink in
You want me to fuck yo' pussy 'til it hurts
And I want to put yo' fine ass to work, bitch

Bitches always tellin me
you're a player (a real player)
I don't care about these other hoes
Just keep fuckin me (keep it up in you, way up)

[Too $hort]
I can look in yo' eyes and see I got you
You so fine girl I had to knock you
We left the bar, we in the car
I'm treatin this bitch like a movie star
It's all game, I just want to hit it quick
Try to turn a bitch out so I can hit a lick
And it's a trip, she's such a good bitch
Mama told you bout niggaz that look slick
You knew about the hoes when you met me
I'll add you to my stable if you let me
So you can get me, what I need so quickly
I want G's bitch, about a hundred fifty
All these hoes, know my style
I'll put you to work but don't go too wild
Cause we'll get this cash, just take our time
Choose or leave, you better make up yo' mind


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Keep Fuckin' Me Lyrics as written by James Samuel Iii Harris James Harris Iii

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