OTW

Album: Single release only (2018)
Charted: 60 57
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  • Yeah, yeah, yeah
    This the type of shit that you been waiting all year for
    Back in town for a minute if you with it
    Got a lot of time, I just need somewhere to spend it
    I just press a button and the top go missing
    I kept the slip so you know it's not rented, yeah, oh, oh
    What you wanna do?
    Worried 'bout your friends, they saw you this afternoon
    I been reading your mind
    No fair, but you gotta let me know
    I'm all ears and I got a lot of room in my whip
    If you wanna take it there, I'm on my way

    Put it in drive, I'll be outside, I'll be on the way
    I'll be on the way
    You can meet me in five, I'll be all night, I'll be all day
    I'll be all day
    Put it in drive, I'll be outside, I'll be on the way
    I'll be on the way
    You can meet me in five, I'll be all night, I'll be all day
    I'll be all day

    Drop top the Porsche, put that bitch in sport
    Out here in the field, oh yeah (yeah), I'm already here, yeah
    Come outside, looking like a snack, hurry up, get in, hell yeah (yeah)
    Come with me on this mission (ooh yeah, ooh yeah)
    Riding down the coast (ooh yeah), I want that for sure (ooh yeah)
    You say, "play Khalid" (ooh yeah)
    I say, "pass the weed" (ooh yeah)
    Pull up to the crib, oh, said you've never been before
    Put you in Provocateur, girl, I made you mi amor
    You said you left your ex, that dude was always gassin'
    You said before me, you ain't never been this happy
    You took an L with him and winning ever since (ever since)
    You hit my phone, I'm on my way, I cancel plans

    Put it in drive, I'll be outside, I'll be on the way
    I'll be on the way
    You can meet me in five, I'll be all night, I'll be all day
    I'll be all day
    Put it in drive, I'll be outside, I'll be on the way
    I'll be on the way
    You can meet me in five, I'll be all night, I'll be all day
    I'll be all day

    You tryna make a move
    Tonight I got the time, tell me what you wanna do
    Call the squad if you wanna rendezvous
    They gon' push up on they own, I only got room for two
    From the 'jects on the set, it's a Porsche, not a 'Vette
    I confess, I'ma flex till they show some respect
    Get away so we can make sense of your life
    You was in park but I just put your shit in drive
    Now coast like there's no tomorrow
    Moving too fast, I'm open to drive slow (yeah)
    I don't want you to wonder where I go
    Can learn a lot from this and that's something that I know

    Put it in drive, I'll be outside, I'll be on the way
    I'll be on the way
    You can meet me in five, I'll be all night, I'll be all day
    I'll be all day
    Put it in drive, I'll be outside, I'll be on the way
    I'll be on the way
    You can meet me in five, I'll be all night, I'll be all day
    I'll be all day

    I'll be outside
    I'll be on the way Writer/s: Brian Alexander Morgan, Idan Kalai, Khalid Robinson, Paul Jefferies, Ricardo Valdez Valentine, Tyrone William Griffin
    Publisher: CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Ultra Tunes, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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