Bed Peace

Album: Sail Out (2013)
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  • Wake up, wake up
    Gotta get this paper, get this cake up
    Gotta do my hair, gotta put on makeup
    Gotta act like I care about this fake stuff
    Straight up what a waste of my day
    If I had it my way I'd roll out of bed
    Say bout 2:30 mid day
    Hit the blunt then, hit you up to come over to my place
    You show up right away
    We make love then and then we fuck
    And then you'd give me my space
    Hey

    What I am trying to say is
    The love is ours to make so we should make it
    Everything else can wait
    The time is ours to take so we should take it

    Wake up, wake up, bake up
    Gotta heat the vape up
    Lets get faded
    Gotta call your job tell em' you won't make it
    Ain't nobody here baby lets get wasted
    We should just get naked
    'Cause I be working hard and I know you be on that same shit
    Every other day's a different game that you just can't win
    I just want to ease your mind and make you feel all right
    So go head tell your baby mama you gon be with me tonight
    Right

    What I am trying to say is
    The love is ours to make, so we should make it
    Everything else can wait
    The time is ours to take so we should take it

    It's not love, but it's pretty close
    Hot fudge and a little smoke
    I didn't mean it means nothing to you
    Hands locked on my black couch with nothing to do
    Can't stop on cloud 20
    Buried in the drugs, but the feels keeps coming
    Finally stop crying, but your nose is still running
    Wipe it on my shirt, haha I need sleep
    You tell me that you wanna do it big
    I love it when you say "guess what?" (What? What?)
    Reading stories to some other nigga kid
    And I wonder why I'm all messed up (up up up up)
    'Cause we gotta be responsible sometimes
    Being a class act nevermind my alumni
    I don't wanna be a round a baby so dumb high
    I don't see the beauty of a momma on insides
    Curled up with my head on your chest
    It's the best remedy for the pain and the stress
    If the world doesn't change then we'll never get dressed
    It will be like this to the kiss of the death
    Of my soul, bowl of the blue dream, no
    Not a good team, once soul, two halves
    No joke, who laughs?
    Just us (Just us, just us)

    Okay, got this OJ and Jose
    Mixed it up with that Rose
    We gon' do this our own way
    Alright, okay
    What is it that your smoking?
    Piece it up with this peace and love
    And this peace and love like the old days

    What I am trying to say is
    The love is ours to make so we should make it
    Everything else can wait
    The time is ours to take so we should take it

    We should stay right here
    We should lay right here
    'Cause everything is okay right here
    You should stay right here
    We should lay right here
    'Cause everything is okay right here Writer/s: BRIAN KEITH WARFIELD, DONALD MCKINLEY II GLOVER, JHENE AIKO CHILOMBO, MACLEAN ROBINSON
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
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