Burnin' Up

Album: Sweet Talker (2014)
Charted: 73 86
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  • Walking through the fire, please don't let me go
    Take me to the river, I need you to know

    I'm burnin' up
    Come put me out
    Come and put me out
    I'm burnin' up
    Come put me out
    Come and put me out

    Hot in the kitchen like a thousand degrees
    That's how I'm feeling when you're next to me
    I got a fever, tell me, what did you do?
    Temperature rising when I look at you, look at you

    Subliminal, sex
    Drippin' in, sweat
    I'm losing my, breath
    Look what I've, found
    It's about to go, down
    I want it right, now

    Walking through the fire, please don't let me go
    Take me to the river, I need you to know

    I'm burnin' up
    Come put me out
    Come and put me out
    I'm burnin' up
    Come put me out
    Come and put me out

    I'm burnin' up
    Come put me out
    Come and put me out
    I'm burnin' up
    Come put me out
    Come and put me out

    I got the matches, you got the gasoline
    Light up the floor like it's Billie Jean
    The way we're movin' by the end of the song
    They're gonna have to pull the fire, fire alarm

    Subliminal, sex
    Drippin' in, sweat
    I'm losing my, breath
    Look what I've, found
    It's about to go, down
    I want it right, now

    Walking through the fire, please don't let me go
    Take me to the river, I need you to know

    2 Chainz!
    Everything hot like it's fresh off the grill
    Million dollar grill look fresh on the hill
    Plus I'm 6'5", she need to step in some heels
    Before you step up in here you need to step up your gear
    Wish a Lamborghini had four doors
    From the corner store to the corridor
    Me and my homie on the damn floor
    White girl in the middle, looking like an Oreo
    (I'm burnin' up)
    Roof on fire, we can burn up
    Turn up for what nigga turn up
    Mother fucker must ain't learned
    Back in the day used to down with a burn coat
    (I'm burnin' up)
    Light got the Lord on the top floor
    In a Ford, wearin' Tom Ford
    Walk in the club and her ass start clappin'
    Tell shawty I want a encore

    Come put me out
    Come and put me out
    I'm burnin' up
    Come put me out
    Come and put me out

    Come put me out
    Come and put me out
    I'm burnin' up
    Come put me out
    Come and put me out

    I'm burnin' up
    Come put me out
    Come and put me out
    I'm burnin' up
    Come put me out
    Come and put me out

    I'm burnin' up
    Come put me out
    Come and put me out
    I'm burnin' up
    Come put me out
    Come and put me out Writer/s: ANDREAS SCHULLER, CHLOE ANGELIDES, ERIC FREDERIC, GAMAL LEWIS, JACOB KASHER HINDLIN, JESSICA CORNISH, RICKARD GORANSSON, TAUHEED EPPS
    Publisher: O/B/O CAPASSO, RESERVOIR MEDIA MANAGEMENT INC, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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