Hey Mama

Album: Listen (2014)
Charted: 9 8
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  • Be my woman, girl, I'mma
    Be your man
    Be my woman, girl, I'll
    Be your man

    Yes I be your woman
    Yes I be your baby
    Yes I be whatever that you tell me when you ready
    Yes I be your girl, forever your lady
    You ain't never gotta worry, I'm down for you baby

    Best believe that when you need that
    I'll provide that you will always have it
    I'll be on deck keep it in check
    When you need that I'mma let you have it

    You beatin' drum like dum di di dey
    I love the dirty rhythm you play
    I wanna hear you calling my name
    Like hey mama mama hey mama mama (hey)
    Banging the drum like dum di di dey
    I know you want it in the worst way
    I wanna hear you calling my name
    Like hey mama mama hey mama mama (hey)

    Be my woman, girl, I'mma
    Be your man
    Be my woman, girl, I'll
    Be your man

    Yes I do the cooking
    Yes I do the cleaning
    Yes I keep the nana real sweet for your eating
    Yes you be the boss yes I be respecting
    Whatever that you tell me 'cause it's game you be spitting

    Best believe that when you need that
    I'll provide that you will always have it
    I'll be on deck keep it in check
    When you need that I'mma let you have it

    You beatin' my drum like dum di di dey
    I love the dirty rhythm you play
    I wanna hear you calling my name
    Like hey mama mama hey mama mama (hey)
    Banging the drum like dum di di dey
    I know you want it in the worst way
    I wanna hear you calling my name
    Like hey mama mama hey mama mama (hey)

    Be my woman, girl, I'mma
    Be your man
    Be my woman, girl, I'll
    Be your man

    Whole crew got the juice
    Your dick game the truth
    My screams is the proof
    Them other dudes get the deuce
    I might speed in the coupe
    Leaving this interview
    It ain't nothin' new, I been fuckin' with you
    None of them bitches ain't taking you,
    Just tell them to make a U (make a U)
    Huh, that how it be, I come first like debuts, huh
    So baby when you need that, give me that word
    I'm no good, I'll be bad for my baby

    So I make sure that he's getting his share
    So I make sure that his baby take care
    So I make sure mama, toes on my knees
    Keep him, please, rub him down, be a lady and a freak

    You beatin' my drum like dum di di dey
    I love the dirty rhythm you play
    I wanna hear you calling my name
    Like hey mama mama hey mama mama (hey)
    Banging the drum like dum di di dey
    I know you want it in the worst way
    I wanna hear you calling my name
    Like hey mama mama mama hey mama mama (hey)

    Be my woman, girl, I'mma
    Be your man
    Be my woman, girl, I'll
    Be your man Writer/s: Alan Lomax, Bebe Rexha, David Guetta, Ester Dean, Giorgio Tuinfort, John Lomax, Nick Van De Wall, Onika Tanya Maraj, Sean Douglas
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Downtown Music Publishing, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Peermusic Publishing, Songtrust Ave, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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