I come fluttering in from Neverland
Time could never stop me, no, no, no, no
I know you try to
I come riding in on a pale white horse
Sending out his to less fortunate
I do advise you run it back, run it on back
When you're breaking it down for me
'Cause I can hear you two times
Run it on back, will it ever make sense to me?

I got to do things my own way darling
Will you ever let me? Will you ever respect me? No
Do things my own way darling
You should just let me, why you will never let me grow?

When I look outside my window
I can't get no peace of mind
When I look outside my window
I can't get no peace of mind oh

Let me cover your shit in glitter
I can make it gold, gold
Heard you're tryna sell your soul, baby
But I'm not sure, you're running low, lately
I needed you to please give my reflection a break
From the face it's seeing now
Ooh darling would you mind giving my reflection a break
From the pain it's feeling now?

I got to do things my own way darling
You should just let me, will you ever respect me? No
Do things my own way darling
You should just let me why you will never let me grow

When I look outside my window
I can't get no peace of mind
When I look outside my window
I can't get no peace of mind oh

Getting no peace
Getting no peace
Get, get, getting no peace oh
Getting no peace
(Get, get no peace oh)


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Consideration Lyrics as written by Robyn Fenty Solana Rowe

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    This is basically a song about how Rhi Rhi wants to make her own music, her own way. She wants to put more creative input into her albums.

    dengeiston February 20, 2016   Link
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    Sick track. This album is an incredible departure from previous work

    rockmelonson July 24, 2016   Link

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