Houstatlantavegas

Album: So Far Gone (2009)
  • Hey there, pretty girl
    You know, exactly what you got
    And I don't, blame you at all
    You can't resist it
    Especially when the lights so bright
    And the money so right
    And it's comin' in every single night
    She don't wanna leave
    She just stuck in

    Houstatlantavegas (ay) Houstatlantavegas (ay)
    Houstatlantavegas (ay) Houstatlanta, she just stuck in
    Houstatlantavegas (ay) Houstatlantavegas (ay)
    Houstatlantavegas (ay) Houstatlantavegas
    And she dance to this song
    And she dance to this song
    And it goes, "Hey, now now, watch her go down"
    Oh, woah, oh

    She doesn't ever worry
    If she wants it, she'll get it on her own
    She knows, there's more to life
    And she's scared, of endin' up alone
    Throw your ones up in the air
    Throw your ones up in the air for her
    Throw your ones up in the air
    'Cause the ones you throw will get her out of

    Houstatlantavegas (ay) Houstatlantavegas (ay)
    Houstatlantavegas (ay) Houstatlanta, she just stuck in
    Houstatlantavegas (ay) Houstatlantavegas (ay)
    Houstatlantavegas (ay) Houstatlantavegas
    And she dance to this song
    And she dance to this song
    And it goes, "Hey, now now, watch her go down"
    Oh, woah, oh

    We all got dreams and we all star reachin'
    All start peakin', all-star weekend
    One hotel room that all y'all sleep in
    Housekeeping knock to see if all y'all decent
    Young girls envy the life y'all leadin'
    Never satisfied wit a nice calm evenin'
    You be at the games lookin' right, all season
    But you always with me, on the night y'all leavin'
    Ass low, ass low, I always request you
    You go get fucked up and we just show up at your rescue
    Carry you inside, get you some water and undress you
    I give you my all and the next morning you'll forget who
    Or why, or how, or when
    Tonight is prolly 'bout to happen all over again
    And she live in a mindset that I could never move to
    Until you find yourself, it's impossible to lose you
    Uh, because I never had you
    Although I would be glad to
    I'd probably go and tattoo
    Your name on my heart
    I swear, I start, to think
    That I'm going crazy

    Throw your ones up in the air
    Throw your ones up in the air for her
    Throw your ones up in the air
    'Cause the ones you throw will get her out of

    Houstatlantavegas (ay) Houstatlantavegas (ay)
    Houstatlantavegas (ay) Houstatlanta, she just stuck in
    Houstatlantavegas (ay) Houstatlantavegas (ay)
    Houstatlantavegas (ay) Houstatlantavegas
    And she dance to this song
    And she dance, to this song
    And it goes "Hey, now now, watch her go down"
    Oh, woah, oh Writer/s: Aubrey Drake Graham, Noah James Shebib
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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