Mmm Yeah

Album: The Secret (2014)
Charted: 34 49
  • Austin man keep doin yo thing
    Let these boys keep slippin' man
    I'm not into gymnastics but I'm into flippin' things

    I told these women that it's all about the team, Jordan and Pippen man
    So if you wanna join the team
    Now tell me up in this thing, dale!

    When I saw her
    Walking down the street
    She looked so fine
    I just had to speak

    I asked her name
    But she turned away
    As she walked
    All that I could say was

    Mmm mmm yeah yeah
    Mmm mmm yeah yeah
    Mmm mmm yeah yeah
    All that I could say was

    Mmm mmm yeah yeah
    Mmm mmm yeah yeah
    Mmm mmm yeah yeah
    All that I could say was

    Rollin' up one time, we'll make it up as we go
    I know you feel it 'cause I mean what I said said said said
    We can do whatever, do whatever we want
    If she walk past me I say hehe he he he (he he)

    So tell me where you're from, where you wanna go
    But she walked past me like ain't said a word
    Stood there like man
    Girl I don't usually feel some type of way
    But this one hear me out it's some kind of place, God!

    When I saw her
    Walking down the street
    She looked so fine
    I just had to speak

    I asked her name
    But she turned away
    As she walked
    All that I could say was

    Mmm mmm yeah yeah
    Mmm mmm yeah yeah
    Mmm mmm yeah yeah
    All that I could say was

    Mmm mmm yeah yeah
    Mmm mmm yeah yeah
    Mmm mmm yeah yeah
    All that I could say was

    Six inch heels clickin' up and down the street
    You know she's comin and when she walks away way way way
    Look I'm a big big deal, a little fun's all I need
    But I can tell she don't believe what I said said said said said

    So tell me where you're from, where you wanna go
    But she walked past me like ain't said a word
    Stood there like man
    Girl I don't usually feel some type of way
    But this one hear me out it's some kind of place, God!

    When I saw her
    Walking down the street
    She looked so fine
    I just had to speak

    I asked her name
    But she turned away
    As she walked
    All that I could say was

    Mmm mmm yeah yeah
    Mmm mmm yeah yeah
    Mmm mmm yeah yeah
    All that I could say was

    Mmm mmm yeah yeah
    Mmm mmm yeah yeah
    Mmm mmm yeah yeah
    All that I could say was

    Mmm mmm yeah yeah
    She looks so good but she bad bad
    You can that back from the front front
    Move it like criss cross, jump jump
    Meet me in the middle of the ocean
    We can find ourselves and lose a magi rewind
    Wawawawa, play
    Find ourselves and lose a magic day
    Austin, man Armando acabando latinos y gringos gozando me entiendes
    For those that thought that we would stop
    They don't even have a mind to think with, brainless
    Most of them broke but they're famous
    Some got hitched but they're nameless
    But mamita, forget about that
    When I see you
    All that I could say was

    Mmm mmm yeah yeah
    Mmm mmm yeah yeah
    Mmm mmm yeah yeah
    All that I could say was

    Mmm mmm yeah yeah
    Mmm mmm yeah yeah
    Mmm mmm yeah yeah
    All that I could say was

    Mmm mmm yeah yeah
    Mmm mmm yeah yeah
    Mmm mmm yeah yeah
    All that I could say was

    Mmm mmm yeah yeah
    Mmm mmm yeah yeah
    Mmm mmm yeah yeah
    All that I could say was Writer/s: WILLIAM LOBBAN-BEAN, ARMANDO CHRISTIAN PEREZ, WILLIE TOWNSELL, LAMAR MAHONE, CRAIG SIMPKINS, KEITH MAYBERRY, ALEX SCHWARTZ, JOE KHAJADOURIAN, AUSTIN MAHONE, ETHAN LOWERY
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Downtown Music Publishing
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