Big Fat Bass

Album: Femme Fatale (2011)
  • Big fat bass
    The big fat bass

    Big fat bass
    The big fat bass

    Big fat bass
    The big fat bass

    Big fat bass
    The big fat bass

    Big fat bass
    The big fat bass

    Big fat bass
    The big fat bass

    Big fat bass
    The big fat bass

    I can be the trouble, baby
    You can be the bass
    You can be the bass
    You can be the bass

    I can be the trouble, baby
    You can be the bass
    You can be the bass
    You can be the bass

    I can be the trouble, baby
    You can be the bass
    You can be the bass
    You can be the bass

    I can be the trouble, baby
    You can be the bass
    You can be the bass
    You can be the bass

    Hey, you see me down on the floor
    I want you to take me higher
    'Til I can't take it no more
    It's gettin' bigger
    The bass is gettin' bigger

    And now, you see me up in the sky
    I was rockin' the bottom
    Now look at me I can fly
    It's gettin' bigger
    The bass is gettin' bigger

    I can be your trouble, baby
    You can be my bass
    You can be my bass
    You can be my bass

    I can be your trouble, baby
    You can be my bass
    You can be my bass
    You can be my bass

    It's gettin' bigger
    The bass is gettin' bigger

    It's gettin' bigger
    The bass is gettin' bigger

    It's gettin' bigger
    The bass is gettin' bigger

    It's gettin' bigger
    Bigger, bigger

    The bass is getting low
    The bass is getting low
    The bass is getting low

    It's gettin' bigger
    The bass is gettin' bigger

    Hey, you see me out in the night
    Wanna go out dancing
    So I can feel alright
    It's gettin' bigger
    The bass is gettin' bigger

    Yo, take me out in the lights
    I wanna have me a good time
    The bass is feelin' nice
    It's gettin' bigger
    The bass is gettin' bigger

    I can be your trouble, baby
    You can be my bass
    You can be my bass
    You can be my bass

    I can be your trouble, baby
    You can be my bass
    You can be my bass
    You can be my bass

    I can be your trouble, baby
    You can be my bass
    You can be my bass
    You can be my bass

    I can be your trouble, baby
    You can be my bass
    You can be my bass
    You can be my bass

    Yeah, yeah, yeah
    Y'all better get ready for the kick drum
    For the kick drum
    For the kick drum
    Y'all better get ready for the kick drum
    For the kick drum
    For the kick drum

    Yo it's the kick drum
    Come and get some
    Of the sound that's rockin' your system
    When it pounds it cause an addiction
    You addicts better have a prescription
    Me and Brit got the whole club trippin'

    They sit and wait and listen
    For the kick drum
    For the kick drum
    For the kick drum
    For the kick drum
    For the big big fat fat bass
    Rockin' all in your face
    Vibrate shake up the place
    Right now let's get crazy
    Here we go, here we go, here we go
    Everybody in the place get frantic
    This beat right here's gigantic
    Yo

    It's gettin' bigger
    The bass is gettin' bigger

    It's gettin' bigger
    The bass is gettin' bigger

    It's gettin' bigger
    The bass is gettin' bigger

    It's gettin' bigger
    The bass is gettin' bigger

    I can be your trouble baby
    You can be my bass
    You can be my bass
    You can be my bass

    I can be your trouble, baby
    You can be my bass
    You can be my bass
    You can be my bass

    I can be your trouble, baby
    You can be my bass
    You can be my bass
    You can be my bass

    I can be your trouble, baby
    You can be my bass
    You can be my bass
    Don't say it Writer/s: WILL ADAMS
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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