Bad Thing

Album: Sound of a Woman (2014)
  • Yo, yo, yo, yo
    Come fuck with a pro
    Bad thing, bad thing
    What you saying mama

    Tougher than a leather goose
    I wanna say your last name
    You ain't playin' by the rules
    But you gon' change the whole game
    I don't wanna suit and shade that cool
    While until the love pain
    Danger when you make me ooh
    But I think that's a good thing

    Maybe that's a bad thing, bad thing
    Maybe that's a bad thing, bad thing
    I'mma fiend for that thing, that thing (ooh, ooh)

    Maybe that's a bad thing, bad thing
    Maybe that's a bad thing, bad thing
    I'mma fiend for that thing, that thing (ooh, ooh)

    I don't want to ever choose
    Keep it jumpin' like a trampoline
    No matter what you put me through
    You always make it worth it
    We go together me and you
    Grey box and a rope chain
    Enough to make me say I do
    And I think that's a good thing

    Maybe that's a bad thing, bad thing
    Maybe that's a bad thing, bad thing
    I'mma fiend for that thing, that thing (ooh, ooh)

    Maybe that's a bad thing, bad thing
    Maybe that's a bad thing, bad thing
    I'mma fiend for that thing, that thing (ooh, ooh)

    But in conclusion, it's only time we losing
    We get deluded by these illusions, constant confusions
    And every movin', any time that we doin'
    What could be a great duet
    Gets neglected, feel my solar plexus tryna get you back babe
    Tell me where it's at, where it's at, at, at
    Gotta pack of that yack, yack, yack
    That'll probably snap that back
    Hit the cat till it's cataracts
    But you like the sound of that
    Now bring it back
    We the perfect match to start a culture, might start it happen
    Don't get too attached, 'cause I adapt to change quick see
    My way of livin' fast, be on my switchin' lanes shit
    You're sick of all that anguish, 'cause you know how that game get
    If you ain't speaking that dollar bill
    Then you ain't speaking that language
    I'm, dancin' with this little devil
    I, condescend when usually I'm on a higher level, sip a little Red Bull
    Now we growing wings, she's the girl of my dreams
    I could, give her my last name but that's a bad thing (yeah yeah yeah yeah)

    Maybe that's a bad thing, bad thing (Maybe that's a bad thing)
    Maybe that's a bad thing, bad thing
    I'mma fiend for that thing, that thing (I'mma fiend for that thing) (ooh, ooh)

    Maybe that's a bad thing, bad thing (Maybe that's a bad thing)
    Maybe that's a bad thing, bad thing (Maybe that's a bad thing)
    I'mma fiend for that thing, that thing (I'mma fiend for that thing) (ooh, ooh) Writer/s: Carlos St. John, Corey Latif Williams, Jo Vaughn Virginie, Kiesa Rae Ellestad, Rami Afuni
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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