I know that's what you're used to
Always blame me but you never say what you do
Always blame me but you never say what you do
Got me feeling stupid
The arrows I been feeling ain't been coming right from Cupid
Always blame me but you never say what you did
This ain't no new shit
You ain't ever saying what the truth is
Just for your amusement
Girl you better watch who you accusing
Know you steady choosing
What you tryna hide
Girl I see it in your eyes
I ain't like these other guys
This ain't what you used to
I know she want me and she want you too
I know she want me and she want you too
I got caught up in desire man
I admit
I got two of y'all together and I have sinned
This ain't what you used to
I know she want me and she want you too
I got caught up in desire man
I admit
I got two of y'all together and I have sinned
Why you always think I'm tryna use you
No wonder why my fuse blew
Used to have Onlyfans now she on YouTube
Crib in la and she got a couple views too
Connecting twice a day I ain't talking bluetooth
Reminiscing bout the nigga that used to abuse you
But she doing better since I met her
Said she pledged I ain't worried bout your letters
She taking off that sweater
Cuz I'm tryna see who's wetter
I been chasing waterfalls look at my now
She know I gotta stall
I done missed to many calls
cause I'm banging on them walls
This ain't what you used to
I know she want me and she want you too
I know she want me and she want you too
I got caught up in desire man
I admit
I got two of y'all together and I have sinned
This ain't what you used to
I know she want me and she want you too
I got caught up in desire man
I admit
I got two of y'all together and I have sinned


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