Alright y'all
You ain't got to ask nobody

Yeah

Got cha open baby
(Come on baby you drive me crazy)

She's the finest thing
I've ever seen
Looking like a natual queen
I said let me take you for a ride umm baby
To the other side
We can do just What you like girl

We can started as long
As you're ready
As long as you're ready babe (baby)
Anyway you want it

Hit me off(oh baby, yeah)
Hit me off(oh I like it when you)
Hit me off
Come on baby you drive me crazy
Hit me off
Freak ya like this

You got me open got me
Jonin' for an episode
(Come on baby you drive me crazy)
Let's spend an hour in the shower
When it's nice and wet
I'm ready for your love

So who's making moves cause I'm
Looking at you and I like it

Ooh, anyway you want it girl

Hit me off(Come over yeah)
Hit me off(Come on baby)
Hit me off
Come hit me with the flavour let me taste ya baby
Hit me off
I'm the man with the master plan come on now
Come on baby you drive me crazy
Hit me off
Come on baby

No check it
I'm taking no loses now I'm
The boss and I see you flossing my way
With the grace all up in my face so I say
What's up love how you doing
What you think about me and you scr...
Naw but wait, let's make a date, plans
for dinna I'm down to take it slow cause
you know that she's a winna uhh, Got me
feinin' for the cream don't you know,
I'm movin' in slow but keep it low, low, low
Yeah, yeah, yeah baby boo
Yo what's up with you, word around
Camp is that you like it with two
I wanna freak it, but first I'm gonna
take a peak at it Grab it, stab it, cause you
Know I got's to have it so hit me

Hit me off(ah, baby, baby)
Hit me off
(I got my mind on my money,
yo the booty's on me)
(Come on baby you drive me crazy)
Hit me off
Come on baby

Do de Ows
Do de Ows
I got my mind on my money,
And the booty's on me


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