How you doin miss? My name is L I'm from Queens
I heard about your man he like to lace you wit cream
Dolce Gabbana, Moschino wit Donna jeans
but he slipped up, and threw his rock to a fiend
He be playin like a Willie cause he dress ya dove
Neva knowin that his woman is in need of love
You got Versace gold link stomach chains wit rocks
Official hair style but you stuck up in the spot
Makin love, Duke is weak then he fallin asleep
You on the phone wit your old peeps dyin to creep 'tween my sheets
So what you got Chanel on your feet
Hot sex on a platter makes the mission complete, uh

Who do you love (I wanna lounge wit you)
Are you for sure (I do what I gotta do)
Who do you love (I wanna lounge wit you)
Are you for sure (I do what I gotta do)

Jew-als and Cristal gotta mack a phony style
He ain't watchin you he rather watch his money pile
Can't protect treasures when its in a glass house
Soon as he turn the corner I'ma turn that ass out
Full blown, frontin in the 6 wit the chrome
Yo B, why you leave your honey all alone wit me
Just because you blessed wit cash
doesn't mean your honey won't let me finesse that ass
So see the moral of the story is a woman need love
The kind you so-called players never dreamed of
You gotta try love, can't buy love
If you play your hand then it's bye-bye love

Who do you love (I wanna lounge wit you)
Are you for sure (I do what I gotta do)
Who do you love (I wanna lounge wit you)
Are you for sure (I do what I gotta do)

So what you got the cash flow and escro, damn
But your honey ran away like presto, ala-kazam
Man made the money, money never made the man
You still fakin jacks throwin rocks on her hand
See, you put your mack down now you Nino Brown
Rock roller wit' so much ice your cap's polar
I got em smokin beanies, modelin bikinis
Pushin ya whip on the freeway to see me
I keep it steamy, I make it burn when it's my turn
Teachin shorty all the tools that you neva learned
Don't get it twisted, gettin money ain't wrong
But she wanna make love all night long, I'm gone

Who do you love (I wanna lounge wit you)
Are you for sure (I do what I gotta do)
Who do you love (I wanna lounge wit you)
Are you for sure (I do what I gotta do)


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Loungin' [Who Do Ya Luv Remix] Lyrics as written by ALBERT JOSEPH III BROWN, ALBERT BROWN III, JAMES TODD SMITH, RASHAD SMITH, KYLE WEST, KYLE ALBERT WEST

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.

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    All I can think of when I hear this song is the video, where they're sittin by the pool. It's a good song----makes me think of summer and pool parties.

    aj2828ajon April 18, 2002   Link

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