Do you think the mics the same, when I talk to your brain
So you're playing hard to get, or you don't want to play the game
So I'll help you out through thick and thin
Like the dog in the story called 'Rin Tin Tin'
So my rhymes are fast coming up from the past
Always on time, yo!, cause I don't won't to be last
Open your dreams say, what more can I say?
Yip pe yard, yip pe yeah, hay girl R.U.O.K.?!

You go away, you got nothing left to say
Didn't even call today, R.U.O.K now?
You acting strange, wondering why you change
You playing silly games, R.U.O.K. now?!

You're asking me if I'm OK
Well I use't to be 'till you came my way
Yes, I'm sweating and sure I bluse
Not because I'm shy but I'm furious
Boy, you used me and abuse me
And now you asked me if I'm OK
Well I'm leaving you, no intention to stay
I'm stepping out that door boy
I'll be OK

You go away, you got nothing left to say
Didn't even call today, R.U.O.K now?
You acting strange, wondering why you change
You playing silly games, R.U.O.K. now?!

If you're feeling stressed
Are you feeling depressed

No, no, no, no, no
No, no, no, no, no

Pleased to be going in the likes of the morning
This is your final call, yes your final warning
I'm acting ridged, yes I'm kind of strange
But my love for you, hah girl remains
You never let you feelings go to tell what I need to know
Now you asking me 'please don't go'
Now it's to late because there's no more fate
Yip pe yard, yip pe yeah,hah girl R.U.O.K.?!

You go away, you got nothing left to say
Didn't even call today, R.U.O.K now?
You acting strange, wondering why you change
You playing silly games, R.U.O.K. now?!

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R.U.O.K. Lyrics as written by Filip De Wilde Anita D. Doth

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