I Know There's Gonna Be (Good Times)

Album: In Colour (2015)
  • Good times, good times
    There's gonna be good times, good times
    I know there's gonna be

    Worth every date til we meetings
    Have to turn it up on weekends
    Bust a toast to your real friends
    Tell me what you drinkin'

    I know there's gonna be good times, there's gonna be good times
    There's gonna be good times, there's gonna be good

    Good times, there's gon' be some good times
    Remember we used to pull up and let 'em fight? That's that hood time
    Remember when I used to grab on that ass when it was that wood time?
    Yeah if that bitch walk up trippin' she get that mush time
    I don't waste time, I don't waste time
    I don't have patience, baby
    She gon' get on top of this dick
    And she gon' squish it like squish, then go fast, she Speed Racer
    We gon' ball, Walter Payton
    She my boss like I'm Prince's son
    Come here bae, I'ma listen
    I let her write me my suggestions
    Pop quiz, it's a pop quiz
    All my money comin' clean, you can't pop this
    She got that pussy locked up like locksmith
    Watch her come to my lights like a reindeer
    Me and papi on the same pills
    My diamonds could never stand still
    Where you goin'? Can you come here?
    I'll always take you back for your sex appeal (Good time, hey)

    Come have a good time, bust a back wine
    Know say you wan' gimme suckle and corn
    Me deal with the scene rough like crime
    I make ya sing this time

    I know there's gonna be good times, there's gonna be good times
    There's gonna be good times, there's gonna be good

    I'ma ride in that pussy like a stroller
    I'll survive in a mothafuckin' gutter
    That's my mothafuckin' woadie, like the Noila
    And I'm comin' red like Coke-Cola
    I'ma have a very good time
    I swear to God I can't never sound like lil shorty
    She say she likes all of her nigga's rhymes
    Where is my phone? That pussy callin'
    I want you to pass it to Thugger Thugger
    Even in the summer time me and lil shawty cuddle
    I swear to God [?]
    Baby girl sit it down, you not known like an usher
    I told lil' mama I don't bite but my teeth do
    I wanna control you like voodoo
    I'm steady screaming free Unfunk and DuLu
    Every time I have a good time you do too (Good time, hey)

    Come have a good time, bust a back wine
    Know say you wan' gimme suckle and corn
    Me deal with the scene rough like crime
    I make ya sing this time

    I know there's gonna be good times, there's gonna be good times
    There's gonna be good times, there's gonna be good

    I know there's gonna be good times, there's gonna be good times
    There's gonna be good times, there's gonna be good Writer/s: Ted Daryll, Andrae Sutherland, Jamie Smith, Jeffrey Williams
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Songtrust Ave
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