773 Love

Album: Late Nights With Jeremih (2012)
  • Let me be your stimulation
    I could be your occupation
    Work you like a 9 to 5
    Plus put in that over time
    Careful with what you do to me
    Cause everything I do to you
    I hope that you'll do for me
    And when the light's low
    Pop a bottle of that goose please
    Twist off a couple loose sleeves
    (Seduce me)
    Girl welcome to my bed
    Come here
    You thought it would be easy (sy-sy-sy)

    (Ow)
    Sexy I should get to know
    Been thinking lately girl we can get more physical
    Won't you call 773, 779 love, oh
    Those pantie drawers is all I need
    Falling off of your body
    Won't you call 773, 779 love, oh

    Better now than even later
    Let me be your innovator
    Feels alright when I'm right with you
    They lyin' if you not the truth
    Miss co-star, let's proceed
    You got that fire, that third degree
    Yo, this is how's supposed to be
    And when the light's low
    Pop bottle with a goose please
    Twist off a couple loose sleeves
    (Seduce me)
    And welcome to my bed
    Baby won't you come here
    Thought it would be easy

    (Ow)
    Sexy I should get to know
    Been thinking lately girl we can get more physical
    Won't you call 773, 779 love, oh
    Those pantie drawers is all I need
    Falling off of your body
    Won't you call 773, 779 love, oh

    Okay girl I'm not him put it down, down
    Okay girl I'm not him put it down, down
    Okay girl I'm not him put it down, down
    Cause I know in you's a little freak let it out, out

    (Ow)
    Sexy I should get to know
    Been thinking lately girl we can get more physical
    Won't you call 773, 779 love, oh
    Those pantie drawers is all I need
    Falling off of your body
    Won't you call 773, 779 love, oh Writer/s: KEITH JAMES, JEREMY PHILLIP FELTON, PIERRE SLAUGHTER, MICHAEL WILLIAMS II
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
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