Rewind

Album: Summer in the Winter (2015)
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  • Nights like this gotta get a little crazy
    Taking all these shots like
    I can't miss, time to get a little crazy
    She throwin' that back like
    I pressed rewind
    I pressed rewind

    I think I might've missed somethin'
    All the messages that I get from
    Your body callin', saying come and get some
    Rewind, let me get a better listen
    First name, last name, put you on a listin'
    We could go for rounds like listin'
    Pound for pound I got that OG
    Stop lookin' around, this were you 'pposed be
    Come in, take a seat with me
    The line outside like the DMV
    And I heard you was lookin' for the TNT in me
    Baby girl I could blow your mind

    You got that good shit that's hard to find
    You got that Ohh Yeah, you know me love you long time
    I wanna know about all the good things and the bad things
    (That we could do)
    I wanna know about all the good things and the bad things
    (That we could do baby)

    Nights like this
    Taking all these shots like
    I can't miss
    She throwin' that back like
    I pressed rewind
    I pressed rewind

    I'm all yours
    From where I'm sitting baby girl I got a good view
    I'm all yours
    And the way I've been shooting lately ain't no way that I could lose
    Champagne and Tequila, ain't no way I could choose one
    I just mix it all in my solution
    Make sure there's no confusion
    You got that bomb pussy, I know just how to defuse it
    Snake hiss swishin' to your hair like Medusa
    Let me get you high baby, all the way to Jupiter
    It's the time for you to choose, I know you in the mood
    I can tell how you move to the music

    You got that good shit that's hard to find
    You got that oh yeah, know me love you long time
    I wanna know about all the good things and the bad things
    (That we could do)
    I wanna know about all the good things and the bad things
    (That we could do baby)

    Nights like this
    Taking all these shots like
    I can't miss
    She throwin' that back like
    I pressed rewind
    I pressed rewind

    Bust it open for me baby
    Booty floatin' like a milkshake
    Face just like coco
    But my baby's loco
    Stay livin' YOLO
    Like we're doin' a bando

    You got that good shit that's hard to find
    You got that oh yeah, know me love you long time
    I wanna know about all the good things and the bad things
    (That we could do)
    I wanna know about all the good things and the bad things
    (That we could do baby)

    Nights like this gotta get a little crazy
    Taking all these shots like
    I can't miss, time to get a little crazy
    She throwin' that back like
    I pressed rewind
    Throwin' that back like I pressed rewind Writer/s: Aliaune Thiam, Brian Todd Collins, Dijon McFarlane, Lewis Hughes, Maurice Simmonds, Nicholas Audino
    Publisher: CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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