Confident

Album: Journals (2013)
Charted: 33 41
  • Don't do it to me
    Don't do it to me, oh no no, oh no no
    Don't do it to me, oh no no, oh no no
    Don't do it to me, oh no no, oh no no
    Don't do it to me, oh no no, oh no no

    Focused, I'm focused
    She got a body like that
    I ain't never seen nothing like that
    Like a fantasy in front of me
    I think that something special is going down
    That's right I think she foreign
    Think she foreign, got passports
    Mi amor started slow, got faster
    She gon' work some more, work some more
    No stopping her now, no stopping her now (No)

    Then she started dancing, sexual romancing
    Nasty but she fancy, lipstick on my satin sheets
    What's your nationality? I wonder if there's more of you
    She's got my attention, she's confident

    Oh no no, oh no no
    She's confident
    Oh no no, oh no no
    And I'm down with it
    Oh no no, oh no no
    She's confident
    You could tell by the way she walks in the room

    She said it's her first time
    I think she might of lied
    Feels so good damn, and I don't know why
    I'm addicted, something like a headache
    Got me twisted, but still I gotta have it
    Explosive, explosive (I could still smell her perfume)
    It's not hard to notice, that I'm open
    Hypnotized by the way she moves

    Then she started dancing, sexual romancing
    Nasty but she fancy, mona lisa masterpiece
    What's your nationality? I wonder if there's more of you
    She's got my attention, she's confident

    Oh no no, oh no no
    She's confident
    Oh no no, oh no no
    And I'm down with it
    Oh no no, oh no no
    She's confident
    You could tell by the way she walks in the room

    She said it's her first time
    I think she might of lied
    Feels so good damn, and I don't know why
    I'm addicted, something like a headache
    Got me twisted, but still I gotta have it

    Tattoos, piercings and she just learned to twerk
    She ain't gotta heart or a ass, just her brains, gotta ask cause her ass on a learning curve
    And she love to earn the berb, I mean burn the word
    That's only legal with a doctors note
    Real deep pockets like a doctors clothes
    Stay fitted like Diddy hair back tryna rock the boat
    She the first mate wanna rock the boat
    She never forget to ride like a bicycle
    She like planes, trains, chains with icicles
    It goes her, blank blank, and rock & roll
    She say "I know! Honey bunny that's a funny thing"
    Watch her twerk for a goodfella
    She money dance with the money team

    She's confident
    Oh no no, oh no no
    She's confident
    Oh no no, oh no no
    And I'm down with it
    Oh no no, oh no no
    She's confident
    You could tell by the way she walks in the room

    She said it's her first time (Oh yeah yeah)
    I think she might of lied (Oh yeah yeah)
    Feels so good damn (Oh yeah yeah) and I don't know why
    I'm addicted (Oh yeah yeah) something like a headache
    Got me twisted (Oh yeah yeah) still I gotta have it
    Still I gotta have it
    Still I gotta have it
    Still I gotta have it
    Oh no no, oh no no
    Oh no no, oh no no
    Oh no no, oh no no
    Oh no no, oh no, but still I gotta have it Writer/s: Chancelor Johnathan Bennett, Justin Bieber, Kenneth Coby, Maurice Nathan Simmonds
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management
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