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Album: Positions (2020)
Charted: 9 8
  • Hm

    You might think I'm crazy
    The way I've been craving
    If I put it quite plainly
    Just give me them babies

    So what you doing tonight?
    Better say "Doing you right"
    Watching movies but
    We ain't seeing a thing tonight (yuh)

    I don't wanna keep you up (you up)
    But show me, can you keep it up? (It up?)
    'Cause then I'll have to keep you up
    So maybe, I'mma keep you up boy

    I've been drinking coffee (I've been drinking coffee)
    And I've been eating healthy (and I've been eating healthy)
    You know I keep it squeaky (you know I keep it squeaky)
    Saving all my energy

    Can you stay up all night?
    Fuck me 'til the daylight
    Thirty-four, thirty-five

    Can you stay up all night? (All night)
    Fuck me 'til the daylight
    Thirty-four, thirty-five

    You drink it just like water (water)
    You said it tastes like candy

    So what you doing tonight?
    Better say "Doing you right"
    Watching movies but
    We ain't seeing a thing tonight (yuh)

    I don't wanna keep you up (you up)
    But show me, can you keep it up? (It up?)
    'Cause then I'll have to keep you up
    So maybe, I'mma keep you up boy

    I've been drinking coffee (said I've been drinking coffee)
    And I've been eating healthy (and I've been eating healthy)
    You know I keep it squeaky (you know I keep it squeaky)
    Saving all my energy (yuh, yuh, yuh)

    Can you stay up all night? (All night)
    Fuck me 'til the daylight (daylight)
    Thirty-four, thirty-five

    Can you stay up all night? (Stay up)
    Fuck me 'til the daylight (stay up)
    Thirty-four, thirty-five (yuh, yuh, yuh)

    Baby you might need a seat-belt
    When I'm ridin'
    I'mma leave it open like a door
    Come inside it
    Even though I'm wifey
    You can hit it like a side chick
    Don't need no side dick (no)

    Got the neighbors feeling earthquake
    12.5 when I make the bed shake
    Put it down, hit it
    Even though its lightweight
    (It's lightweight, yuh, yuh, yuh)

    We started at midnight
    Got to the sunrise (sunrise)
    Done at the same time
    But who's counting the time
    When we got it for life
    I know all your favorite spots (favorite spots)
    We could take it from the top (from the top)
    You're such a dream come true, true
    Make a bitch wanna hit snooze (ooh)

    Can you stay up all night?
    Fuck me 'til the daylight
    Thirty-four, thirty-five
    Thirty-four, thirty-five

    Can you stay up all night?
    Fuck me 'til the daylight
    Thirty-four, thirty-five (yuh, yuh, yuh)

    Means I wanna sixty-nine with ya (no shit)
    (Math class, never was good) Writer/s: Ariana Grande, Tayla Parx, Victoria Monét, Albert Stanaj, Courageous Xavier Herrera, Peter Lee Johnson, Scott Nicholson, Steven Franks, Tommy Brown
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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