Hoochie Coochie

Album: Himalayan (2014)
  • Who's house are you going to?
    Who's house are you going to?
    Who's house?
    What time are you hanging around?
    Your face is all over the place who knew

    Good grief, by the skin and your teeth
    You should've worked a little harder at school
    Trust you to be tripping out
    Trust you to be tripping out
    Trust you, trust you, trust you

    Hoochie coochie
    Hoochie coochie

    What game are you playing now?
    What game are you playing now?
    What game?
    Whose car are you riding in?
    I doubt you're even gonna begin to fool

    Hightail going off of the rails
    Click clack and then you're calling me back so cool
    Trust you to be tripping out
    Trust you to be tripping out
    Trust you, trust you, trust you

    Hoochie coochie
    Hoochie coochie

    You look like a Picasso
    Black lashes, drink it like it's water
    I cadillac it when you dance slow
    Come on, baby, when are you gonna call it a night?

    Hoochie coochie
    Hoochie coochie Writer/s: EMMA RICHARDSON, MATT HAYWARD, RUSSELL MARSDEN
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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