Sugah Daddy

Album: Black Messiah (2014)
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  • It's just the way she's so raw and uncut, good god
    She needs a spankin' to shake her up
    And I just wish that I could open her up, yeh
    To this deeper place of love
    High priced snake skin on her arm (oooh)
    Lace satin covering up her charms
    You shoulda seen the way they tossed and turned
    The way she made the congregation squirm

    Girl's got a worldly view
    Apparently she sees through you
    Her love was never meant to share for two
    She said I'll do it if you'll be my sugah daddy

    Take a note from my philosophy
    I'ma give her what she need
    Can't snatch the meat out of the lioness' mouth
    Sometimes you gotta just
    Ease it out
    I give her a pacifier
    I fill my baby's crib with all the sweetness Daddy wants to give
    And when it comes to rocking her to sleep, I'll never tire
    This is the way I pat my baby on the butt, good god
    She had me hooked with only just one glance yeah
    She need a spankin', baby, that's wussup
    Lawd, Lawd
    You say you wanna be the one she
    Chooses to star in her meaningless romance

    Girl's got a worldly view
    What's a sassy girl to do
    And if the decision was left up to me
    You best believe that I would be her sugah daddy

    Brown eyes that will make you blue
    Eyes that'll see right through you
    She crossed her fingers when she said her vows
    She said I promise that I'll sock it to you, Daddy

    So I take the child to my crib
    I ain't gonna tell you what we did
    I hit it so I made the pussy fart
    She said it's talkin' to, talkin' to ya, Daddy! Writer/s: Kamaal Ibn John Fareed, Michael D'Angelo Archer, Kendra Foster, James Gadson, Pino Palladino
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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