Unforgettable

Album: Jungle Rules (2017)
Charted: 2 3
  • Ayy, woo
    Unforgettable

    It's not good enough for me
    Since I've been with you, ooh (oh)
    It's not gonna work for you
    Nobody can equal me (I know, oh)
    I'm gonna sip on this drink, when I'm fucked up
    I should know how to pick up
    I'm gonna catch the rhythm
    While she push up against me, ooh, is she tipsy?
    I had enough convo for 24
    I peep'd you from across the room
    Pretty little body, dancin' like GoGo, ayy
    And you are unforgettable
    I need to get you alone
    Why not? A fuckin' good time never hurt nobody
    I got a little drink, but it's not Bacardi
    If you loved the girl, then I'm so, so sorry
    I gotta give it to her like we in a marriage
    Oh, like we in a hurry
    No, no, I won't tell nobody
    You're on your level too
    Tryna do what lovers do

    Feelin' like I'm fresh out; Boosie
    If they want the drama, got the Uzi
    Ship the whole crew to the cruise ship
    Doin' shit you don't even see in movies
    Ride with me, ride with me, boss
    I got a hard head, but her ass soft
    She want the last name with the ring on it
    'Cause I pulled out a million cash, told her plank on it

    And you are unforgettable
    I need to get you alone
    Now you wanna choose
    Just pop the bubbly in the 'cuzi

    It's not good enough for me
    Since I've been with you, ooh (oh)
    I'm gonna sip on this drink, when I'm fucked up
    I should know how to pick up
    I'm gonna catch the rhythm
    While she push up against me, ooh, is she tipsy?
    Had enough convo for 24
    I peep'd you from across the room
    Pretty little body, dancin' like GoGo, ayy
    And you are unforgettable
    I need to get you alone
    Why not? A fuckin' good time never hurt nobody
    I got a little drink, but it's not Bacardi
    If you loved the girl, then I'm so, so sorry
    I gotta give it to her like we in a marriage
    Oh, like we in a hurry
    No, no, I won't tell nobody
    You're on your level too
    Tryna do what lovers do

    You ain't enough for me
    Too much for you alone
    Baby, go and grab some bad bitches, bring 'em home
    Know the jet's on me
    I'mma curve my best for you, you know
    So pick up that dress for me
    Leave the rest on
    Too much convo for 24 hours
    When you stand next to 24 karats
    She left her man at home
    She don't love him no more
    I want your mind and your body
    Don't mind nobody
    So, you don't ever hurt nobody
    Baby girl, work your body, work your body

    And you are unforgettable
    I need to get you alone (I need, I need, oh)
    Now you wanna choose
    Just pop the bubbly in the 'cuzi
    Why not?

    Oh, like we in a hurry
    No, no, I won't tell nobody
    You're on your level too
    Tryna do what lovers do

    And you are unforgettable
    I need to get you alone Writer/s: Jake Aujla, Jeremy P Felton, Kam Mian, Karim Kharbouch, Khalif Malik Ibn Shaman Brown, McCulloch Reid Sutphin, Michael Len II Williams
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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