Now if you want to know bout me I'm a bad girl
Like my guys the same sharing my world
I'm not afraid of things you would not believe
So you gotta come correct you want to be with me
You gotta make me smile make me happy
Do the things I like just to please me
If you don't really feel what I'm talking about
Don't even waste my time you can step right now

'Cause I know just what I want
Designer shoes that I can flaunt
Its not a crime to like nice things
You can't hate 'cause I do it for me

[Hook:]
Uh huh,uh huh I'm in love with me
I'm in love with me
Ain't nothing else that I'd rather be
I'm in love with me
Living in my real life fantasy
And it feels so good just loving me

I think you're crazy cool and its all good
And I'm diggin' you,you're official
But I don't really need a relationship
Just want to have my fun,got my life to live
So I'm a call you boy when I feel like
Understanding me makes it all right
'Cause I'm feeling good let the sunlight shine
Don't piss me off maybe you'll be mine

If it's something that I want
Got much appeal,I throw it on
It's not a crime to have nice things
You can hate 'Cause I get it for me


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