Leavin'

Album: Departure (2008)
Charted: 48 10
  • Hey baby girl, I've been watching you all day (all day, all day, all day)
    Man that thing you got behind you is amazing (amazing, amazing, amazing)
    You make me want to take you out
    And let it rain (let it rain, let it rain, let it rain)
    I know you got a man but this is what you should say

    Why don't you tell him that I'm leavin' never looking back again
    You found somebody who does it better than he can
    No more making you cry, no more them gray skies
    Girl we flying on the G5
    And I'm leavin' never looking back again?
    So call you shawty and tell him you found a new man
    The one who's so so fly
    The one that keep you high
    Have me singing all night night night
    Oh oh oh, oh oh oh, man she got me singing
    Oh oh oh oh, oh oh oh oh

    Now if I talk it girl,
    You know that I will walk it out (walk it out, walk it out, walk it out)
    Man I'll put my money (money) where my mouth is (mouth is, mouth is, mouth is)
    Cause you the baddest little thing
    That I've ever seen (ever seen, ever seen, ever seen)
    So I'ma ask you one time if you got a man

    Why don't you tell him that I'm leavin' never looking back again
    You found somebody who does it better than he can
    No more making you cry, no more them gray skies
    Girl we flying on the G5
    And I'm leavin' never looking back again?
    So call you shawty and tell him you found a new man
    The one who's so so fly
    The one that keep you high
    Have me singing all night night night
    Oh oh oh, oh oh oh, man she got me singing
    Oh oh oh oh, oh oh oh oh

    Don't stress, don't stress, don't stress
    Just tell him to the left left left
    Don't stress, don't stress, don't stress
    Cause we gone and we gone and we gone
    No stress, no stress, no stress
    Girl you deserve nothing but the best
    No stress, no stress, no stress
    Girl you need to tell him

    Why don't you tell him that I'm leavin' never looking back again
    You found somebody who does it better than he can
    No more making you cry, no more them gray skies
    Girl we flying on the G5
    And I'm leavin' never looking back again?
    So call you shawty and tell him you found a new man
    The one who's so so fly
    The one that keep you high
    Have me singing all night night night
    Oh oh oh, oh oh oh, man she got me singing
    Oh oh oh oh, oh oh oh oh Writer/s: JAMES BUNTON, CORRON TY KEE COLE, TERIUS YOUNGDELL NASH, CHRISTOPHER A. STEWART
    Publisher: Peermusic Publishing, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 2

  • Sam from Chicago, Ilwell i could see why they would ban it from disney. i mean they practically have SEX on the bed.. he tells her that if they get together she will feel high which is a reference to using drugs. i understand it very well and i thank disney for not letting it on. who would want their child watching people making out half-naked during a commercial for phineas and ferb. well thats mu opinoin agree with it or not..
    :) love sam
  • Wanda from Humble, TxJesse McCartney is the greatest person ever... why would disney channel do that he could never lose his fans if he did then they weren't really his fans to begin with... JESSE, SWEETY, BABY YOU ROCK
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