I've been in and out of love so much that I cannot keep up
My eyes open through the late nights
In the same fight
One day hoping I can take flight
Up to great heights
I done did a lotta wrong
Now its time to make it right
AP on another song
Now we writing pain tonight
My eyes open through the late nights
In the same fight
One day hoping I can take flight
Up to great heights
I done did a lotta wrong
Now its time to make it right
AP on another song
Now we writing pain tonight
You be missing your ex
You're still stuck in the past
You're still missing a person who's always treating you last
You're still missing a person that's never putting you first
And every time that you're with me, baby, we're having a blast
I'm just reaching for the stars
And I'm following my dreams
What the people don't know
It's not as easy as it seems
It's just me, myself, and I, trynna make it far
Trying to pull up to the scene in luxury cars
I've been in and out of love so much that I cannot keep up
My eyes open through the late nights
In the same fight
One day hoping I can take flight
Up to great heights
I done did a lotta wrong
Now its time to make it right
AP on another song
Now we writing pain tonight
My eyes open through the late nights
In the same fight
One day hoping I can take flight
Up to great heights
I done did a lotta wrong
Now its time to make it right
AP on another song
Now we writing pain tonight
Nah
Y'all cannot control me
Not even the homies
Say you got my back, well motherfucker better show me
I'm fine on my lonely
They trying to hold me down
Go out of town where ain't nobody know me now
In my mind out loud
Say these rhymes I'm proud
Every time I shout
Hold up a sec
Thinking 'bout times in my prime in the summer
We finding the time but my mind in the gutter
When push come to shove, we'll recover
We put in the time, he been grinding, my motherfucking brother
Let's go
My eyes open through the late nights
In the same fight
One day hoping I can take flight
Up to great heights
I done did a lotta wrong
Now its time to make it right
AP on another song
Now we writing pain tonight
My eyes open through the late nights
In the same fight
One day hoping I can take flight
Up to great heights
I done did a lotta wrong
Now its time to make it right
AP on another song
Now we writing pain tonight


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