Body Language

Album: Full Speed (2014)
Charted: 46 72
  • It's Kid Ink, yeah yeah

    It's not that a lot that you've been saying, whoa
    But I can tell from your body language, ok
    Let's talk about it ('Bout it)
    Is you 'bout it? ('Bout it)
    Let's talk about it ('Bout it)
    Can we talk about it?

    But you ain't gotta say too much
    Ain't gotta say too much
    I can read your body language
    You ain't gotta say too much
    I can read your body language

    Said you ain't gotta say too much
    Hate when you say that I play too much
    When I get too close I'mma touch that subject
    I can read yo' body 'nough said
    Quit all that yappin'
    Need less talk and a little more action
    Yeah now girl keep it G, know you speak a lil freak
    I can hear it in yo' accent
    Said, "Tell me, can you understand my language?"
    If you tryna ride, just stay in my lane
    There's no other way to explain it
    In layman, fuck who you came with

    It's not that a lot that you've been saying, whoa
    But I can tell from your body language, ok
    Let's talk about it ('Bout it)
    Is you 'bout it? ('Bout it)
    Let's talk about it ('Bout it)
    Can we talk about it?

    But you ain't gotta say too much
    Ain't gotta say too much
    I can read your body language
    You ain't gotta say too much
    I can read your body language

    It ain't hard to tell
    If you don't wanna take it too far, then well
    You better stop flirtin' and stop twerkin'
    So perfect, cause it's workin'
    That ass worth all the worship
    You been in yo' bag like Birkin
    Never had it like this before me
    You ain't know girl better read up on it
    Hell yeah, gotta re-up on me
    Bein' stuck up gon' leave you lonely
    For the night, we should leave before the light's
    On, girl, I'm too on

    It's not that a lot that you've been saying, whoa
    But I can tell from your body language, ok
    Let's talk about it ('Bout it)
    Is you 'bout it? ('Bout it)
    Let's talk about it ('Bout it)
    Can we talk about it?

    But you ain't gotta say too much
    Ain't gotta say too much
    I can read your body language
    You ain't gotta say too much

    Ooh, they say don't judge a book by its cover
    We can make a scene that you be under the covers
    Listen ou ain't gotta say too much
    You ain't gotta say too much
    (You ain't gotta say much, you ain't gotta say much)
    Body talkin', girl I'm listenin'
    Come closer, let me hit it

    It's not that a lot that you've been saying, whoa
    But I can tell from your body language, ok
    Let's talk about it ('Bout it)
    Is you 'bout it? ('Bout it)
    Let's talk about it ('Bout it)
    Can we talk about it?

    But you ain't gotta say too much
    Ain't gotta say too much
    I can read your body language
    You ain't gotta say too much
    I can read your body language Writer/s: BRIAN COLLINS, MAGNUS AUGUST HOIBERG, MIKKEL ERIKSEN, TINASHE KACHINGWE, TOR HERMANSEN, USHER RAYMOND
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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