Art Deco

Album: Honeymoon (2015)
  • Club queen on the downtown scene
    Prowling around at night
    You're not mean, you just want to be seen
    Want to be wild
    A little party never hurt no one, that's why it's alright
    You want in but you just can't win
    So you hang in the likes

    You're so Art Deco, out on the floor
    Shining like gun metal, cold and unsure
    Baby, you're so ghetto
    You're looking to score
    When they all say hello
    You try to ignore them
    'Cause you want more (why?)
    You want more (why?)
    You want more (why?)
    'Cause you want more

    Young thing on the downtown scene
    Rolling around at night
    Got things, let it hit to be seen
    Like you're rapper's delight
    A little party never hurt no one, that's why it's alright
    You want in, but you just can't win
    So you stay in the lights

    You're so Art Deco, out on the floor
    Shining like gun metal, cold and unsure
    Baby, you're so ghetto
    You're looking to score
    When they all say hello
    You try to ignore them
    'Cause you want more(why?)
    You want more (why?)
    You want more (why?)
    'Cause you want more

    A little party never hurt no one
    So we stay out late
    A little party never hurt no one
    That's what your friends say
    You put your life out on the line
    You're crazy all the time
    Put your life out on the line
    You're crazy all the time

    You're so Art Deco, out on the floor
    Shining like gun metal, cold and unsure
    Baby, you're so ghetto
    You're looking to score
    When they all say hello
    You try to ignore them
    'Cause you want more (why?)
    You want more (why?)
    You want more (why?)
    'Cause you want more

    A little party never hurt no one
    Not you and me
    A little party never hurt no one
    We were born to be free Writer/s: ELIZABETH GRANT, RICK NOWELS
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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