Sax

Album: Love, Sax and Flashbacks (2015)
Charted: 3
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  • Give it to me
    Give it to me

    I met a boy last week tryna run that game
    Made it sound so sweet when he say my name
    I said, "Boy, stop, run it back
    You can talk that talk, but can you play that sax?"
    Met a boss last night buyin' out the bar
    Said I can ride top-down in his Jaguar
    I'm like, "Boy, stop, run that back
    You can drive all night, but can you play that sax?"

    Baby, baby, I've been waitin' for the one to blow my mind
    (Woo, ow, hey, give it to me)
    Maybe, maybe you can get it if you got that thang I like
    (Hey, ah)

    I need a straight up brother with a James Brown soul
    That type of red hot love that got me freezin' cold
    Say you can go all night the way you lay that track (yeah)
    But if you wanna hear me sing, you better play that sax
    Give it to me

    You better play that sax, uh
    Okay, play it
    You better play that sax

    I met a dude last week, honey, he's so vain
    Yeah, he be lovin' himself more than Kim and Ye
    I'm like, "Boy, stop, run that back
    Goddamn, you fine but can you play that sax?"
    Met a smart ass dude, mister Know-It-All
    Think you got Fleur down to a formula
    I'm like" Boy, stop, run it back
    Pack a big IQ, but can you play that sax?"

    Baby, baby, I've been waitin' for the one to blow my mind, all right
    Maybe, maybe you can get it if you got that thang I like

    I need a straight up brother with a James Brown soul
    That type of red hot love that got me freezin' cold
    Say you can go all night the way you lay that track (yeah)
    But if you wanna hear me sing, you better play that sax
    Give it to me

    Uh, okay, yeah
    You better play that sax
    Okay, play it
    You better play that sax

    No fancy cars or bass guitars
    Fellas in suits smoking on cigars
    Those little boys making all that noise
    But you ain't gon' steal the show
    No fancy cars or bass guitars
    Fellas in suits smoking on cigars, uh
    Just play that song I know
    Take a deep breath and blow

    Get loose, get right
    Get a grip and rock me all night
    Hold tight, lean back
    Play what I want with that sax
    Get loose, get right
    Get a grip and rock me all night
    Hold tight, lean back
    Play what I want with that sax

    I need a straight up brother with a James Brown soul (James Brown soul)
    That type of red hot love that got me freezin' cold (oh)
    Say you can go all night the way you lay that track (yeah)
    But if you wanna hear me sing
    If you wanna hear me sing
    If you wanna hear me sing you better play that sax
    Give it to me

    You better play that sax
    You better play that sax
    Get loose, get right
    Get a grip and rock me all night
    Hold tight, lean back
    Play what I want with that sax
    You better play that sax
    Get loose, get right
    Get a grip and rock me all night
    Hold tight, lean back
    Play what I want with that sax
    You better play that sax
    Get loose, get right
    Get a grip and rock me all night
    Hold tight, lean back
    Play what I want with that sax Writer/s: Camille Purcell, Edvard Erfjord, Fleur East, Henrick Michelsen, James Abrahart Jr.
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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