Sauced Up

Album: Fifth Harmony (2017)
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  • We can get sauced up
    Forever we're young, we'll never get old
    'Cause when I get sauced up
    I be like so what
    So what, so what
    So what, so what

    Your flow, no go
    Don't you know I'm fluent in the bro-code
    I can make you come up off the bands though
    Drop a couple show me what you came for (ah)

    Disaronno on the rocks (on the rocks)
    Fireball lemon drop (lemon drop)
    It's one o'clock on the dot (on the dot)
    Shut up boy you talk a lot (uh)

    So what we on right now (right now)
    What we doin' right now
    I don't want no problems, I want power
    I'm drivin', you follow

    We can get sauced up
    Forever we're young, we'll never get old
    Blame it on drunk love
    We can explain it all tomorrow
    I show you how to rock with bass down low
    I show you how to rock rock the way I roll

    'Cause when I get sauced up
    I be like so what
    So what, so what
    Sauced up sauced up
    Be in my feelings when I'm sauced up
    I be in my bag feelin' bossed up
    If it make you mad, baby, so what?

    Disaronno on the rocks (on the rocks)
    Fireball lemon drop (lemon drop)
    It's one o'clock on the dot (on the dot)
    Shut up boy you talk a lot (uh)

    So what we on right now (right now)
    What we doing' right now
    I don't want no problems, I want power
    I'm drivin', you follow

    We can get sauced up
    Forever we're young, we'll never get old
    Blame it on drunk love
    We can explain it all tomorrow
    I show you how'd rock with bass down low
    I show you how'd rock the way I roll
    'Cause when I get sauced up
    I be like so what
    So what, so what

    What a night what a feelin'
    Cup of ice to the ceilin'
    Put your cards on the table
    Keep in a hundred baby show me what you made of
    So what we on right now? (Right now)
    What we doin' right now
    I don't want no problems, I want power
    I'm drivin', you follow

    We can get sauced up
    Forever we're young, we'll never get old
    Blame it on drunk love
    We can explain it all tomorrow
    I show you how'd rock with bass down low
    I show you how'd rock the way I roll
    'Cause when I get sauced up
    I be like so what
    So what, so what
    Sauced up, sauced up

    I be in my feelings when I'm sauced up (so what)
    I be in my bag feelin' bossed up
    If I make you mad (so what, so what)
    Sauced up, sauced up
    I be in my feelings when I'm sauced up (so what)
    I be in my bag feelin' bossed up
    And if it make you mad, so what, so what
    So what, so what
    So what, so what Writer/s: Ally Brooke Hernandez, Candace Shields, Dinah Jane Hansen, Edgar Etienne, Harmony Samuels, Lauren Jauregui, Normani Kordei, Ryan Toby, Varren Wade
    Publisher: CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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