My Hair

Album: Positions (2020)
Charted: 65
  • Said I'm gon' give you some instructions
    That you can't be scared to try
    I want you to touch it softly
    Like the way you do my mind
    It got body and it's smooth to touch
    The same way as my skin
    But don't you be scared

    To run your hands through my hair, baby
    'Cause that's why it's there
    Come run your hands through my hair, ooh, baby
    Said, "don't you be scared"
    So come run your hands through my hair

    It's been way long overdue
    Just like these inches down my back
    Usually don't let people touch it
    But tonight, you'll get a pass
    Spend my dimes and spend my time
    To keep it real, sometimes it's tracks
    But I don't care, mmm

    So run your hands through my hair, baby
    'Cause that's why it's there
    Come run your hands through my hair, oh, baby
    Said, "don't you be scared"
    So come run your hands through my hair

    Know this ain't usually me
    But I might let it down for ya (mmm)
    This ain't usually me (usually me)
    But I might let it down for ya

    (So come run your hands through my hair, baby)
    ('Cause that's why it's there)
    (So come run your hands through my hair, baby)
    (Ooh, "don't you be scared")
    (Come run your hands through my hair)

    Oh, oh, oh, oh
    Oh, oh, oh, oh Writer/s: Ariana Grande, Tayla Parx, Anthony Jones, Victoria Monét, Scott Storch, Tommy Brown
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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