Drugs

  • Aw yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
    Aw aw, oh yeah, yeah, ah

    I got you on my mind, oh
    I got you on my mind
    You're not here and I can't sleep
    I got you on my mind
    And I can't seem to find you nowhere
    Baby, you got me patrollin'
    'Cause you been on the run, Forrest Gumpin'
    Girl, don't hide it
    I'm just tryna to this dirty laundry
    I got a few towels to throw in
    Just lick my blunt when I roll it

    'Cause I can't get enough of your drugs
    'Cause I can't get enough of your drugs
    So baby, just tell me when you're ready, oh
    Ooh baby, just tell me when you're ready

    Guess you can't give me no answers
    If I can't give you no ransom
    You rather take your chances
    And do shit the hard way
    When you left that door open
    Girl, I got the notion
    You still had emotions
    Guess silence is golden
    Baby, when I tell you I want you, I want you bad
    If not more than before, I want you more than the time before that
    I can't give you no closure, no
    I can't give you no closure, oh
    I can't give you no way out
    I can't give you no way out
    I can't give you no way out, yeah
    I can't give you no way out

    'Cause I can't get enough of your drugs
    'Cause I can't get enough of your drugs
    So baby, just tell me when you're ready, oh
    Ooh baby, just tell me when you're ready Writer/s: August Alsina, Denisia Andrews, Brittany Coney, Kevin Gomringer, Shane Lindstrom, Tim Gomringer
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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