Take a dip, for your love Take your time Take a ticket, take the train To the end of the line See where you can go, expend it It's plastic, no do or die Beter flip it, think about it You'll do just fine, well
These things will come and go Deep in the metropol'
Throw a stone, see it land Forget it's fly Draw a line in the sand Between your thighs Just to see which way you go So you got this, you the lead Free your own Better throw it, consume it Then let it go, girl
Don't forget you're not alone Deep in the metropol'
The ache of thunder in the storms of your mind Soak it in for the rain will pass in time Nothing wrong in sinking low In the omen of paradise You're the ghost they put aside
But don't forget you're not alone Sometimes you're stressed But don't forget you're not alone Sometimes you're stressed
Every minute, every second You're not alone, you're not alone You're not alone, you're not alone You're not alone, you're not alone
Sometimes you're stressed Sometimes you're stressed
Writer/s: Andrew Noland, Archie Marshall, Gregory Allen Webster, Leroy Bonner, Marshall Jones, Marvin Pierce, Norman Napier, Ralph Middlebrooks, Walter Morrison
Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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