Girl, I've never been about it
For me
This is something I just want you to please believe
I only want your body all over me
I don't want nobody but you
So, baby don't leave
Oh

Pick up your ass then we roll
Getting so high off the smoke
Bitches are hitting me up
But I just don't give a fuck, no

I'm peakin', peakin', I'll be down for you
Peakin' for you
Even when I'm peakin', peakin', I'll be down for you
Peakin' for you

Girl, you know it's on a whole 'nother level
Baby, you should know all the fundamentals
Baby, if you want it right now, want it right now
Give me your love
I just wanna know if you're ready for this
Girl, don't overthink, just live in the moment
It's always me and you, sugar

Pick up your ass then we roll
Getting so high off the smoke
Bitches are hitting me up
But I just don't give a fuck, no

I'm peakin', peakin', I'll be down for you
Peakin' for you
Even when I'm peakin', peakin', I'll be down for you
Peakin' for you

Girl, I've never been about it
For me
This is something I just want you to please believe
I only want your body all over me
I don't want nobody but you
So, baby don't leave

Pick up your ass then we roll
Getting so high off the smoke
Bitches are hitting me up
But I just don't give a fuck, no

I'm peakin', peakin', I'll be down for you
Peakin' for you
Even when I'm peakin', peakin', I'll be down for you
Peakin' for you

I'm peakin', peakin', I'll be down for you
Peakin' for you
Even when I'm peakin', peakin', I'll be down for you
Peakin' for you


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