Glass & Patron

  • Do you have a lighter?
    Am I dancing sexy yet?
    Are you watching me cause I move alone?
    Look a little harder
    Everything I hold is wet
    And I've never tasted glass and patron

    I wait all week for a moment's
    Break away from being told who I am
    So do you have a lighter?
    Am I dancing sexy yet?
    I can't wait to make your body my own

    1, 2, 3
    Now hold that pose for me
    1, 2, 3
    Now hold that pose for me

    Do you have a lighter?
    Am I dancing sexy yet?
    Are you watching me cause I move alone?
    Look a little harder
    Shut your eyes and feel the rush
    Will you fuck me while I stare at the sun?

    We wait all week to
    Hear gods talk
    When you've got a front row seat to the stars
    Do you have a lighter?
    Am I dancing sexy yet?
    Cause I've never tasted glass and patron

    1, 2, 3
    Now hold that pose for me
    1, 2, 3
    Now hold that pose for me

    Know what you want, what you need
    But only when you're tasting doubt
    Teach yourself to rise from ashes built from lust and hurt
    You are phoenix, you are fire, you are everything
    I just want for you to love you
    Nature plays a wicked game
    Swallow spartans for the pain
    Let her hold him to his chore

    Hold that pose

    Know what you want, what you need
    But only when you're tasting doubt
    Teach yourself to rise from ashes built from lust and hurt
    You are phoenix, you are fire, you are everything
    I just want for you to love you
    Nature plays a wicked game
    Swallow spartans for the pain
    Let her hold him to his chore

    1, 2, 3
    Now hold that pose for me
    1, 2, 3
    Now hold that pose for me Writer/s: - BOOTS, TAHLIAH DEBRETT BARNETT
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., BMG Rights Management, Universal Music Publishing Group
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