Cardboard Box
by Flo

Album: The Lead (2022)
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  • I got a confession
    I don't think I want you anymore
    There's no room for questions
    I saw her panties on the bathroom floor

    Been puttin' up with this for far too long
    You ain't gonna change, boy
    What's the point in stringin' me along?
    We're done for real

    So I'ma put your shit in a cardboard box
    Changin' my number and I'm changin' the locks
    When you can't get in, oh, your heart gon' stop
    You may be cryin' but boy, I'm not
    I'ma put your shit in a cardboard box
    Changin' my number and I'm changin' the locks
    Never liked your mama so I guess she's blocked
    You may be cryin' but, boy, I'm not

    Stressin' (stressin')
    Do you hear a stutter in my words?
    I see it as a blessing (see it as a blessing)
    Come take your shit 'cause you can go stay at hers

    I hope that shit was worth my wasted time
    But could she do it like I do
    You need someone to put you back in line
    So you gon' see what I do

    I'ma put your shit in a cardboard box
    Changin' my number and I'm changin' the locks
    When you can't get in, oh, your heart gon' stop
    You may be cryin' but boy, I'm not (boy, you may be cryin' but I'm not)
    I'ma put your shit in a cardboard box
    Changin' my number and I'm changin' the locks
    Never liked your mama so I guess she's blocked (oh, oh)
    You may be cryin' but, boy, I'm not

    Yeah-yeah, yeah-yeah
    So I'ma put your jeans next to the dreams that you sold me
    Believe karma is a B and she guaranteed
    So I'ma put your gold chains down the drain and your Rollie
    Might just drop a text to your homie

    I'ma put your shit in a cardboard box
    Changin' my number and I'm changin' the locks (changin' the locks, yeah)
    When you can't get in, oh, your heart gon' stop
    You may be cryin' but, boy, I'm not
    I'ma put your shit in a cardboard box
    Changin' my number and I'm changin' the locks (locks)
    Never liked your mama so I guess she's blocked (she's blocked)
    You may be cryin' but, boy, I'm not

    Jeans next to the dreams that you sold me
    Might just drop a text to your homie
    You may be cryin' but, boy, I'm not Writer/s: Jorja Douglas, Renee Downer, Savannah Jada, Stella Quaresma, Uzoechi Emenike
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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