Move Ya Hips

Album: Floor Seats II (2020)
Charted: 19
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  • It's that time again
    (Frankie motherfuckin' P)
    Fergie, come out and play

    Move your hips, okay
    When I be leaving, she tell me to stay (ooh)
    Move your hips, okay
    When I be leaving, she tell me to stay (skrrt)
    Move your hips, okay
    When I be leaving, she tell me to stay (ooh)
    Move your hips, okay
    When I be leaving, she tell me to stay

    Diamonds all on my gums (gums, yeah)
    Talk all my shit, I got runs (runs)
    Hole in my jeans like I'm grunge (grunge)
    Fuckin' that bitch in the buns (buns)
    She suck on my dick 'til it's numb (yeah, numb)
    Pockets is fat like the Klumps (Klumps)
    Rappers is lookin' like lunch (lunch)
    I'm makin' a meal when I munch (let's go, woo)

    Move your hips, okay
    When I be leaving, she tell me to stay (ooh)
    Got a new loft in Harlem, no, Fergie ain't move to L.A (woo)
    Burberry on my collar (ooh), diamonds, they sit in my face (woo)
    You don't want no problems (ooh), Fergie be settin' 'em ablaze (ooh)

    Move your hips, okay
    When I be leaving, she tell me to stay (ooh)
    Move your hips, okay
    When I be leaving, she tell me to stay (skrrt)
    Move your hips, okay
    When I be leaving, she tell me to stay (ooh)
    Move your hips, okay
    When I be leaving, she tell me to stay

    All of you bitches is food
    If you the opps, you gon' be singin' the blues
    Feelin' like Bishop in Juice
    Word to my dude, this Jimmy Choo on my shoes
    All of my niggas is makks
    This is a fact, this a no cap app
    All of my bitches is bad, word to my dad
    They know we get to the bag

    Move my hips, okay
    Tell him to go, then I tell him to stay, hey
    Baby, it's okay, I have been having one hell of a day, yay
    Saint Laurent all on my shades, then I pull up in a cherry Mercedes, yay
    Strawberry shortcake hair, Chinese bangs with my two braids, ayy

    Straight from out of Queens, headed to Harlem now
    I got the panda mink on and it's growlin' now
    Already bodied Plain Jane and we mobbin' now
    That's 'cause all these fake niggas try to rob my style

    Yo, these bitches really be slow, tell 'em I'm Billy the GOAT
    I'm getting that dough, my neck and my wrist really glow
    My model bitch all up in Vogue
    All up in Vogue, put on my Versace robe
    Streak in my hair like I'm Rogue
    Nigga, you know, you better not tip on your toes
    They grippin' the .40 below (ah)

    Move your hips, okay
    When I be leaving, she tell me to stay (ooh)
    Move your hips, okay
    When I be leaving, she tell me to stay (skrrt)
    Move your hips, okay
    When I be leaving, she tell me to stay (ooh)
    Move your hips, okay
    When I be leaving, she tell me to stay

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