Forrest Gump

Album: Channel Orange (2012)
  • I wanna see your pom poms from the stands
    Come on, come on

    My fingertips, and my lips, they burn
    From the cigarettes
    Forrest Gump you run my mind boy
    Running on my mind boy
    Forrest Gump

    I know you Forrest
    I know you wouldn't hurt a beetle
    But you're so buff, and so strong
    I'm nervous Forrest
    Forrest Gump

    My fingertips, and my lips, they burn
    From the cigarettes
    Forrest Gump you run my mind boy
    Running on my mind boy
    Forrest Gump

    I saw ya game, Forrest
    I was screamin' run 44
    But you kept runnin' past the end zone
    Oh where'd you go Forrest
    Forrest Gump

    My fingertips, and my lips, they burn
    From the cigarettes
    Forrest Gump you run my mind boy
    Running on my mind boy
    Forrest Gump

    Forrest green
    Forrest blues
    I remember you
    This is love, I know it's true
    I won't forget you (you)
    (Oh you you) it's for you Forrest, you you
    (Oh you you) it's you you Forrest
    Forrest Gump Writer/s: James Ryan Wuihun Ho, Christopher Breaux
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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