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Album: Wild Ones (2012)
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  • You might not wanna jog on this one
    You cannot wait for the summer
    You already hot, I'm already hot
    No sweat, no Under Armor
    Louboutin spice, all your good nights
    Holla back, if you need a sponsor
    Yeah I, ain't that Mr. Alright
    Come around, with a few more commas
    Come here girl, do what I gotta talk rose petals
    See me with lil' mama, kinda make you jealous
    Yeah be a honor, gotta say you special
    Beat it like a drummer girl, you better be careful
    Comprende, what's a bit late
    Like Fredrick I'll be jet lagged
    Calling on you this moment, this instant
    What I do is just basic instinct

    You see me all over her, you want me all over you (you, you, you, you)
    Soon as I get rid of her, tell me what you wanna do (do, do, do, do, do)

    I wanna run to you, I wanna, I wanna, I
    I wanna run to you, I wanna, I wanna, I
    I wanna get you alone so we can do something wrong
    I wanna run to you, I wanna, I wanna

    Head start, she got that shorty
    On your marks, til the shots get started
    Can you level on the rocks Bacardi
    Relay comes the after-party
    Pass the bottles, level up get naughty
    Full speed, hurry up put your body
    Trackmatic horse Ferrari
    Need a freak, of course I'm sorry
    You ain't get the memo, they made em get low
    See the finish the line, look a lot like limbo
    Yeah we going we in, no night like tempo
    There's another bad chick make light most simple
    Mr Brenda, no beginner, first place, tryna make you winner
    Yeah baby, my Brenda, I'll be waiting in the spot descender

    You see me all over her, you want me all over you (you, you, you, you)
    Soon as I get rid of her, tell me what you wanna do (do, do, do, do, do)

    I wanna run to you, I wanna, I wanna, I
    I wanna run to you, I wanna, I wanna, I
    I wanna get you alone so we can do something wrong
    I wanna run to you, I wanna, I wanna

    Yo, we in the spot, the club is hot
    And if you wanna party rock, say hell yeah (hell yeah!)
    Non stop, the bottles popped,
    And if you want another shot, say hell yeah (hell yeah!)
    Yo, I'm gonna run to you so you can have a little bit of fun with Foo
    I know what you wanna do, when I wiggle wiggle wiggle in my Underoos
    Got you wet, dripping like SoCo
    Never should've let you bounce on my pogo
    Now you wanna be my Yoko Ono
    So you roll stop acting like you don't know
    Fool, I'm running through these hoes like Drano
    But I keep it low pro, 'cause she's my main hoe
    I got your tickets, they're on Fandango
    Back room, no fro, I'll be eating a mango!

    I wanna run to you, I wanna, I wanna, I
    I wanna run to you, I wanna, I wanna, I
    I wanna get you alone so we can do something wrong
    I wanna run to you, I wanna, I wanna

    I wanna run to you, I wanna, I wanna, I
    I wanna run to you, I wanna, I wanna, I
    I wanna get you alone so we can do something wrong
    I wanna run to you, I wanna, I wanna Writer/s: AHMAD A. LEWIS, BRYAN ADAMS, DAVID JAMAHL LISTENBEE, JAMES ANDRE VALLANCE, JONITA LAFAYE DANIELS, JUELTHA DANIELS, STEFAN KENDAL GORDY, TRAMAR DILLARD
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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