Pass Out

Album: Graffiti (2009)
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  • Tu veux voler
    Au bord du désir?
    Je sais que tu me veux
    Mais est-ce que tu mérites mon amour?

    Me, Valerie
    Call on me, Valerie
    Call on me, Valerie
    Call on me
    I'm the same boy I used to be
    Call on me, Valerie
    Call on me, Valerie
    Call on me, Valerie
    Call on me, Valerie
    Call on me

    Half passed an hour in the club, I was tryna cut a rug
    I was sippin' on, tryna find the missin' link
    You had a mission tryna vouge
    Then I came right through the smoke
    I was smokin' hot, catch my fever, let's burn up the floor
    I need to know, how to get into you
    Baby, I'm likin' your bod'
    Ooh, you got me stuck
    I'm so effin' into you, I let you blow my moves

    Don't breathe, I wanna take your breath
    Let your body feel it all night
    I'm your battery here to charge you up
    Let's start a riot on the floor
    Do it 'til you pass out
    Oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh
    Do it 'til you pass out
    Oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh
    Do it 'til you pass out
    Oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh
    Do it 'til you pass out
    Pass out, baby
    Do it 'til you pass out

    I'm all amped up and it's so hard to turn me down
    Let's burn shit up 'cause I'm your fire starter now
    I'll bring it back, can you smell that?
    Now that I'm a rock star, I just wanna stop your heart
    Go, go (go), dancer on the dance floor
    Go, go (go), am I what you asked for?
    I'm a monster, not a pretty little girl
    Eyes on me, so come follow me

    Don't breathe, I wanna take your breath
    Let your body feel it all night
    I'm your battery here to charge you up
    Let's start a riot on the floor
    Do it 'til you pass out
    Oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh
    Do it 'til you pass out
    Oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh
    Do it 'til you pass out
    Oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh (pass out, baby)
    Do it 'til you pass out
    (Oh, yeah, yeah)
    Do it 'til you pass out (pass out)

    I just can't say no, baby girl, I wanna take you down
    Um, no whatever, silly boy, I'm tryna turn you out
    Girl, give it up, know I really want ya
    Blacking out, blacking out right now
    Oh, oh, oh, oh
    Oh, oh, oh, oh

    Don't breathe, I wanna take your breath (oh, oh)
    Let your body feel it all night
    I'm your battery here to charge you up (oh, oh)
    Let's start a riot on the floor
    Do it 'til you pass out
    Oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh
    Do it 'til you pass out
    Oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh (pass out, baby, pass out, baby)
    Do it 'til you pass out
    Oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh (oh, oh, yeah, yeah)
    Do it 'til you pass out
    Oh, oh
    Do it 'til you pass out Writer/s: Andre Darrell Merritt, Brian Kennedy Seals, Christopher Maurice Brown, Eric Sheridan Prydz, Steve Winwood, Will Jennings
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
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