No More (Baby I'ma Do Right)
by 3LW

Album: 3LW (2000)
Charted: 6 23
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  • I'm getting a little tired
    Of your broken promises, promises
    Lookin' at your pager
    Seein' different numbers, numbers

    Call you on your cell
    You're hangin' with the fellas, fellas
    Hangin' with my girls
    You always gettin' jealous, jealous

    I was with you when
    You didn't have no dollas, no dollas
    Hangin' at the crib
    Chillin' with your momma, your momma

    Never fronted you
    Never brought the drama, the drama
    Now you flip the script
    Playa, please

    No, I'm not the one
    (Say it again, say it again, oh)
    No, I'm not the one
    (You do or you don't)

    You do or you don't, don't
    You will or you won't, won't
    No more
    No more, baby I'm a do right

    You can or you can't, can't
    Be a man, be a man, man
    No more
    No more, baby I'm a do right

    You treat me like a lady
    When you open doors, doors
    But then you want to front
    When you're with your boys, your boys

    How you gonna play me
    When I bought your clothes, your clothes
    The ones that you be wearin'
    When you with your hoes, your hoes

    I know you never thought
    That I would have the nerve, the nerve
    Think about it more
    Since you at the curb, the curb

    Blowin' up my pager
    Say you want a chance, a chance
    Listen when I say
    Playa, please

    You do or you don't, don't
    You will or you won't, won't
    No more
    No more, baby I'm a do right

    No, I'm not the one
    (Baby, I'm a do right, do right)
    No, I'm not the one
    (Baby, I'm a do right, do right)
    No, I'm not the one
    (Baby, I'm a do right, do right)
    No, I'm not the one
    (Baby, I'm a do right, do right)

    I just want to know
    What happened to our love
    We used to be best friends
    Where did it go wrong

    When you gonna see
    How good it is with me
    I'm tired and I'm through
    With all your "listen baby"

    Listen what, playa chill now
    Tell me how you gon' cite me when I found out
    Honey gotta break it down, down
    I said it ain't no thing

    Girl, what's my name?
    Keelay, keelay
    Look me in the face and tell me
    What the dealie, dealie

    Oh, you want to go shade now
    But I'm paid now, I know that you hate that
    Oh, you got the one now, you warm now
    'Cause you thought you'd come right back, save that

    You could do whatever to me, and be together with me
    Like you do better than me (you do or you don't)
    No more, never for me

    You do or you don't don't
    You will or you won't won't
    No more no more baby I'ma do right

    You can or you can't can't
    Be a man be a man man
    No more baby I'm do right

    No, I'm not the one
    (Baby, I'm a do right, do right)
    No, I'm not the one
    (Baby, I'm a do right, do right)

    No, I'm not the one
    (Say it again, s-say it, say it again)
    No, I'm not the one
    (Say it again, s-say it, say it again)

    No, I'm not the one
    (I could do bad all by myself)
    No, I'm not the one
    (I'm not the one, the one)

    You do or you don't don't
    You will or you won't won't
    No more no more baby I'ma do right

    You can or you can't can't
    Be a man be a man man
    No more baby I'm do right Writer/s: CAMERON GILES, SEAN HALL, NATHAN BUTLER
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group, Songtrust Ave, BMG Rights Management
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