Medicine

Album: single release only (2019)
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  • Uptown
    Montana a.k.a. Young Wepa
    Uptown

    Ooh, don't get got
    Heard you got a bad rep, baby, don't ya? (Woo)
    I could be a lot
    Don't you ever say I never warned ya (Ayy)
    Who's better? Show me now
    Who been in my bed and 'round your homies
    Oh, I could be a lot
    If you don't believe me, I can show ya

    Don't go thinkin' you can use me (Woo)
    It don't take too much, you could lose me
    Best believe I'm comin' true with a new ting
    Oh, you ain't been the only one
    I send shots like an Uzi (Baby)
    Even in plain sight, don't care who see (Baby)
    Best believe I'm comin' through with a new ting
    Oh, you ain't been the only one, babe

    Think you need some medicine
    I could be your medicine, yeah
    Think you need some medicine
    Give you a taste of what you give out
    Think you need some medicine (Hey, hey, hey, hey)
    I could be your medicine, yeah (Hey, hey, hey, hey)
    Think you need some medicine (Hey, hey, hey, hey)
    Give you a taste of what you give out (Hey, hey, hey, hey)

    Ooh, don't get got
    Heard you got a bad rep, baby, don't ya? (Ayy, ayy)
    I could be a lot
    Don't you ever say I never warned ya (Ayy)
    Who's better? Show me now
    Who been in my bed and around your homies
    Oh, I could be a lot
    If you don't believe me, I can show ya

    Don't go thinkin' you can use me (Hey)
    It don't take too much, you could lose me (Hey)
    Best believe I'm comin' true with a new ting
    Oh, you ain't been the only one (Hey)
    I send shots like an Uzi (Baby)
    Even in plain sight, don't care who see (Ayy, hey)
    Best believe I'm comin' through with a new ting (Ayy, ayy)
    Oh, you ain't been the only one

    Think you need some medicine
    I could be your medicine, yeah
    Think you need some medicine
    Give you a taste of what you give out
    Think you need some medicine (Hey, hey, hey, hey)
    I could be your medicine, yeah (Montana)
    Think you need some medicine (Hey, hey, hey, hey)
    Give you a taste of what you give out (J. Lo down, baby, Uptown, baby)

    Touchdown, baby, b-bust down, baby (Ayy, ayy)
    They drive you, Uptown, baby (Yeah)
    Shawty, you Heaven-sent, yeah, my medicine
    Movin' on up, George Jefferson (Ayy, ayy)
    South Bronx where it happen
    On a yacht catchin' fish, we don't get catfished
    Never seen it, magic; horse and carriage (Ayy, ayy)
    Sicker than your average, the ladies be the baddest (Ayy, ayy, yeah)
    I know, yeah, drip drip out (Woo)
    Montana a.k.a. Young Wepa (Wepa)
    Saucy, ooh, drip drop (Woo)
    Top-top off the roof, a flip-flop (Flip-flop)
    Montana

    Think you need some medicine (Montana)
    I could be your medicine, yeah (Woo)
    Think you need some medicine (Hey, hey, hey, hey)
    Give you a taste of what you give out (Hey, hey, hey, hey)
    Think you need some medicine (Hey, hey, hey, hey)
    I could be your medicine, yeah (Hey, hey, hey, hey)
    Think you need some medicine (Hey, hey, hey, hey)
    Give you a taste of what you give out (Hey, hey, hey, hey) Writer/s: Jennifer Lopez, Karim Kharbouch, Kimberly Krysiuk, Mikkel Eriksen, Moses Samuels, Olaniyi Akinku
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC, Peermusic Publishing, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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