Trouble

Album: Crosseyed Heart (2015)
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  • Just because you find yourself
    Off the streets again
    That don't mean that I can help you
    Or I ain't your friend

    Baby trouble is your middle name
    Your trouble is that that's your game

    Now you are out of circulation
    Out of reach and out of touch
    Let me keep you in the loop
    Though I can't tell you much

    Baby trouble is your middle name
    The trouble is that that's your game

    Just because I can't see you see you anymore
    That's because honey you're doing two to four

    Baby trouble is your middle name
    The trouble is that that's your game

    Just because you find yourself
    Back to jail again
    That don't mean that we can connect you know
    Or I'm still your friend

    Baby trouble is your middle name
    The trouble is that that's your game

    Even though you are still inside
    I could get you off the hood
    But I know if I get you out
    I won't get a second look

    Baby trouble is your middle name
    The trouble is that that's your game, ooh

    Trouble
    Too much trouble

    Too much trouble

    Trouble Writer/s: ERICK DASH JORDAN, SAM MARKUS
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Downtown Music Publishing, Spirit Music Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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