Jerome

Album: Cuz I Love You (2019)
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  • Woo, oh
    Here we go again
    Uh-uh, hee-hee
    Uh, look, listen, shut up

    Jerome, Jerome
    Take your ass home
    And come back when you're grown
    Jerome, Jerome
    Go on, take your ass home
    Where the pictures have thorns

    Poor little baby
    Who told you that you stood a chance with this royalty?
    You're so sweet, bless your heart
    Can't let a pretty face distract me from business
    And God as my witness, your ugly ass won't either
    I'm sorry, 2 am photos with smileys and hearts
    Ain't the way to my juicy parts
    Boy, thank me later, looks good on paper
    But love isn't easy, so I'll do the hardest part

    Jerome, Jerome
    Go on, take your ass home
    And come back when you're grown
    Jerome, ooh, Jerome
    Go on, take your ass home
    Where the pictures have thorns

    I never said I was perfect
    Or you don't deserve a good person
    To carry your baggage
    I know a few girls that can handle it
    I ain't that kind of chick (But I can call 'em for you if you want)
    I never said that you wasn't attractive
    Your style and that beard, oh!
    Don't get me distracted
    I'm tryna be patient, and patience takes practice
    The fact is I'm leaving, so just let me have this

    Jerome, Jerome
    Take your ass home
    And come back when you're grown, oh
    Jerome, ooh, Jerome
    Go on, take your ass home
    Where the pictures have thorns

    (Hee, hee, hee, hee, hee)
    Don't cry for me, baby
    (Hee, hee, hee, hee, hee)
    (Hee, hee, hee, hee, hee)
    Oh, don't cry for me, baby
    (Hee, hee, hee, hee, hee, hee) Writer/s: Adam Levin, Casey Harris, Melissa Viviane Jefferson, Samuel Nelson Harris
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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