Sparks Will Fly

Album: Born Sinner (2013)
  • It may seem like our fire
    Has been a little burnt out we're tired
    We only need to stay close
    In time, sparks will fly
    (And we fly too, and we, and we
    And we fly too)

    It may seem like our fire
    Has been a little burnt out we're tired
    We only need to stay close
    In time, sparks will fly
    (And we fly too, and we, and we
    And we fly too)

    Baby you deserve the whole enchilada
    Gucci and Prada
    Toast to the days when I didn't have a dollar
    You stuck around even when the world frowned on me
    Kicked me when I was down, and so they clowned on me
    Down for me, my homie
    You better believe, I know your home girl said you should leave
    Know you was tired like the Michelin man
    What if Gina would have listened to Pam?
    Now they hate to see us last this long
    When they get my album, probably pass this on
    Thought they knew me, well
    Money can't buy you happiness that's true as hell
    The happiness can't buy yo' ass this new SL
    I love you like the fat kid loves cakes and shit
    I love you like the bad kid love breakin' shit
    Ride or die chick fighting insecurities
    Want ring and my last name for securities

    It may seem like our fire
    Has been a little burnt out we're tired
    We only need to stay close
    In time, sparks will fly
    (And we fly too, and we, and we
    And we fly too)

    It may seem like our fire
    Has been a little burnt out we're tired
    We only need to stay close
    In time, sparks will fly
    (And we fly too, and we, and we
    And we fly too)

    I know my style ain't perfect
    I know my smile ain't perfect
    Nigga ain't perfect, it's true
    Funny though I'm perfect for you
    All the drama seem worth it for you
    She put up with the shit like she work at the zoo, true
    Now what you crying for?
    She says you ain't gon' settle down, what you lyin' for?
    She want that old thing back
    Things ain't the same, think we both seen that
    Love is war, end up on the floor
    But baby you only lose when you don't swing back
    I say those word hoping that,
    You fight for a nigga like I fight for you
    Like I fight temptations every night for you
    And though I slip, only girl in my life is you

    It may seem like our fire
    Has been a little burnt out we're tired
    We only need to stay close
    In time, sparks will fly
    (And we fly too, and we, and we
    And we fly too)

    It may seem like our fire
    Has been a little burnt out we're tired
    We only need to stay close
    In time, sparks will fly
    (And we fly too, and we, and we
    And we fly too)

    Feels as though our world's crashing down
    We can't forget to breathe through this now
    We live through the ups and the downs
    It'll get better

    It may seem like our fire
    Has been a little burnt out we're tired
    We only need to stay close
    In time, sparks will fly Writer/s: TAIWO HASSAN, KEHINDE HASSAN, JERMAINE LAMARR COLE, STACIE BOLLMAN, DAVID BOLLMAN, KELLY BOLLMAN, STEPHEN LEE, MATT OSBORN
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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