Kiss Me More

Album: Planet Her (2021)
Charted: 3 3
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  • We hug and yes, we make love
    And always just say "Goodnight" (la-la-la-la-la)
    And we cuddle, sure, I do love it
    But I need your lips on mine

    Can you kiss me more?
    We're so young, boy
    We ain't got nothin' to lose, oh, oh
    It's just principle
    Baby, hold me
    'Cause I like the way you groove, oh, oh

    Boy, you write your name, I can do the same
    Ooh, I love the taste, la-la-la-la
    All on my tongue, I want it (la-la-la-la)
    Boy, you write your name, I can do the same
    Ooh, I love the taste, la-la-la-la-la
    All on my tongue, I want it

    I, I feel like fuckin' somethin'
    But we could be corny, fuck it
    Sugar, I ain't no dummy, dummy
    I like to say, "What if?", but if
    We could kiss and just cut the rubbish
    Then I might be on to somethin'
    I ain't givin' you one in public
    I'm givin' you hundreds, fuck it
    Somethin' we just gotta get into
    Sign first, middle, last, on the wisdom tooth
    Niggas wishin' that the pussy was a kissin' booth
    Taste breakfast, lunch and gin and juice
    And that dinner just like dessert too
    And when we French, refresh, gimme two
    When I bite that lip, come get me too
    He want lipstick, lip gloss, hickeys too, huh

    Can you kiss me more?
    We're so young, boy
    We ain't got nothin' to lose, oh, oh
    It's just principle
    Baby, hold me
    'Cause I like the way you groove, oh, oh

    Boy, you write your name, I can do the same
    Ooh, I love the taste, la-la-la-la
    All on my tongue, I want it (la-la-la-la)
    Boy, you write your name, I can do the same
    Ooh, I love the taste, la-la-la-la-la
    All on my tongue, I want it

    Say give me a buck, need that gushy stuff
    Push the limit, no, you ain't good enough
    All your niggas say that you lost without me
    All my bitches feel like I dodged the county
    Fuckin' with you feel like jail, nigga (feel like jail)
    I can't even exhale, nigga (exhale)
    Pussy like holy grail, you know that
    You gon' make me need bail, you know that
    Caught dippin' with your friend
    You ain't even half man, lyin' on ya-, you know that
    Got me a bag full of brick, you know that
    Control, don't slow the pace if I throw back
    All this ass for real (all this ass)
    Drama make you feel (make you feel)
    Fantasy and whip appeal
    Is all I can give you

    Can you kiss me more?
    We're so young, boy
    We ain't got nothin' to lose, oh, oh
    It's just principle
    Baby, hold me
    'Cause I like the way you groove, oh, oh
    Oh, darlin'

    Boy, you write your name, I can do the same
    Ooh, I love the taste, oh-la-la-la-la
    All on my tongue, I want it
    Boy, you write your name, I can do the same
    Ooh, I love the taste, oh-la-la-la-la-la
    All on my tongue, I want it Writer/s: Amala Zandile Dlamini, Carter Lang, David Sprecher, Gerard Powell, Lukasz Gottwald, Roget Lutfi Chahayed, Solana Rowe, Stephen Alan Kipner, Terry Shaddick
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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