Wooo
This is it yeah
Wooo

Said I've paid all my dues for what I've done
And I showed you that I love you more than once
There's nothing left there to decide
Said you might trick me once
I won't let you trick me twice
Freedom to us has always been a trick
Freedom to you has always been who ever landed on your dick
Seen it in your one to many times
Said you might trick me once
I won't let you trick me twice no

Might trick me once
I won't let you trick me twice
Might trick me once
I won't let you trick me twice no
Might trick me once
I won't let you trick me twice
No I won't let you trick me twice

Those days are old and overdone
And it's only cause I'm not with you that makes me number one
Though I may love you
I hurts me deep inside oh
Now you no longer have to hide

I used to be down with the late night hit
Started gettin' heavy when I really wasn't ready
Used my class to get in my mind
So I fell for your lies like all the time
I thought you were the shit to be playin' around
Call the police there's a mad girl in town
Couldn't get even here without a sound
It's not how I want to get down yeah you

Might trick me once
I won't let you trick me twice
Might trick me once
I won't let you trick me twice no
Might trick me once
I won't let you trick me twice
No I won't let you trick me twice
No I won't let you trick me twice

And I've paid all my dues for what I've done
And I showed you that I love you more than once
There's nothing left there to decide
Ooh trick me I won't let your trick me twice
You might trick me once
No I won't let me trick you twice no
You might trick me once
No I won't let me trick you twice
Woooo
Peace
Woooo
Woooo
Woooo


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Trick Me Lyrics as written by Dallas L Austin Dallas Austin

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  • +1
    General Comment

    This song is quite obvious hah, it's about her boy who's too much of a player for her, so, he can pull a trick on her once but after that she won't forgive him anymore

    Eefon August 18, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    Ant it ant hard to trick someone like kilies

    CD Holderon March 01, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    Ant it ant hard to trick someone like kilies

    CD Holderon March 01, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    I said that twice? dam!

    CD Holderon March 01, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    i really really like this song!

    crow_hearton June 22, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    wii r u even putting a coment on if u h8 kelis? dats dum 2 evn waste ur time... besides she roxs u must not lyke awesome music.. just joking but seriously she roxs

    mizzymimi13on December 04, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    dat coment wuz 2 emi sar^ !

    mizzymimi13on December 04, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    i luv mi!

    mizzymimi13on December 04, 2007   Link
  • 0
    My Interpretation

    I think the song has a bit more meaning to it than "Her man is a playa and she's had enough."

    "Said I've paid my dues for all that I've done And I showed you that I love you more than once"

    I think Kelis has wronged her lover in the past. She has tried to change her ways and grow from it but her lover has started being disrespectful himself with the excuse that she did it first. He's tricked her by making her feel guilty for her past mistakes and convinced her he has a free pass to as he pleases.

    "Freedom to us has always been a trick"

    I get the impression they were in a relaxed, casual relationship with each other because he wanted to look elsewhere but when she did it first, or in a way he found disrespectful he took the moral high ground.

    She's at the point of realisation that she doesn't deserve to be made to feel terrible for wrongs she's consciously tried to right.

    It's a sticky situation to be in.

    JukeJunkieon July 03, 2014   Link
  • -1
    General Comment

    death to kelis shes so annoying

    emi_sarbon September 03, 2005   Link

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