[Verse 1]
This time she's really out my life, oh
I know I gotta get her back
Just need one night to hit it right
But I can't get her alone, no
Know she deserves to up and leave
If it was me I'd do the same
I see that girl, know that she hopes
So I'll be damned to let it go, damned to let it go

I discover, discover I love her
Oh, I gotta get her back, oh
I discover, discover that I love her
Ooh, that would get her back

[Verse 2]
I'm guessing this is where it ends (You don't even pick up for a nigga)
I know she's calling all her friends (And they don't like me, fuck y'all bitches)
They probably tryna take her out (All up in the VIP so they can take a picture)
And tryna find her ass a man, shit, make a nigga mad
Cause she know I'm hurting, she know that I'm hurting
Yeah she know I care, she know that I care
I can't understand, know I treat you bad
But you don't get me back like that, no, no
Oh, oh, I gotta get my baby, girl don't leave me
All this crazy shit that you been dealing with it, you probably hate me, hey
Cause baby if you cheated, I couldn't handle that
To know that another nigga is making you smile like

I discover, discover I love her
Oh, I gotta get her back, woah yeah
I discover, discover that I love her
Ooh, that would get her back

I can't breathe, yeah
Can't breathe, can't breathe, yeah
Girl let me breathe again, breathe again
Let me breathe again, oh
I can't breath, can't sleep
Can't dream, so weak, girl
Gotta get you back, gotta get you back
Can't think, oh gee

I discover, discover I love her
Oh, I gotta get her back, oh
I discover, discover that I love her
Ooh, that would get her back

Get you back oh, get you back oh
Can't think girl, oh gee oh, gee oh

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