Rumble

Album: Food (2014)
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  • It's the strangest thing
    To have you back in my face
    With all those years passed
    I guess I just got used to my space

    I don't know how to feel
    This whole thing seems so surreal
    So you keep one foot out the door
    I know I said 'leave' but, baby, don't go

    We got so much history
    I hurt you, you hurt me
    No, we don't need therapy
    What I need is you here

    And even though I know I'm right
    Just like some lapse in my memory
    You're back to me, hand on the door
    I want you, baby, don't go

    I'm so glad you give back my keys
    Oh, I'm so glad you give back my keys
    Oh, I'm so glad you give back my keys
    My keys

    You got so many issues but I guess I can top me, too
    I'm just fine by myself
    But I don't know who's gonna help you
    I'm not no secretary, I'm nobody's Major D

    But like a lapse in my memory
    I want you, baby, don't go
    Baby, don't go, baby, don't go
    Baby, don't leave, yeah
    Stay the night, baby
    Don't go, baby, oh, hey, baby, don't, baby, don't go

    I'm so glad you give back my keys
    Oh, I'm so glad you give back my keys
    Oh, I'm so glad you give back my keys
    My keys

    I'm so glad you give back my keys
    Oh, I'm so glad you give back my keys
    Oh, I'm so glad you give back my keys
    My keys Writer/s: DAVID ANDREW SITEK, KELIS ROGERS, TODD SIMON
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Downtown Music Publishing, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing Group
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