Album: Exit 13 (2008)
Charted: 56 52
  • LL
    Radio killer
    Y'all think they can handle this one man
    Call the radio and tell 'em this your song
    (This your song, this your song, this your song, this your song)
    Girl come on (girl come on, girl come on,)
    Cause I'm your baby, I'm your baby, I'm your baby, I'm your baby
    I'm your baby, your baby, your baby, your baby
    I'm your baby, your baby, your baby, your baby
    I'm your baby, your baby

    Met this little girl, she was off the hook
    I got cold chills when her body shook
    Hot sex on the platter no need to cook
    I let her steal my heart like a horny crook
    Had her grinding and winding against my leg
    She messin' with my head, wanna play in the bed
    Sexy pumps on, toenails red
    Your body's a gun baby, pump me full of lead
    It hard to hold you when you movin' vulgar
    Peace sign on your eyes like John Travolta
    My pulp ain't fiction, it's an addiction
    To see your booty clap on the floor in the kitchen
    Nasty girl, taught me all the lingo
    While mama play bingo, she ride Mandingo
    She don't give a damn if I'm married or single
    She makes me tingle

    Shawty I'm your baby, I'm your baby, I'm your baby, I'm your baby
    I'm your baby, your baby, your baby, your baby
    I'm your baby, your baby, your baby, your baby
    I'm your baby, your baby

    She likes Hip-Hop and R&B
    Her life time goal is to be on TV
    She looking for a man that could give her a break
    Like Usher or Justin Timberlake
    I'm really not sure if her breasts are fake
    Cause with whipped cream on em, they taste just like cake
    We drink some beer, inside of daddy's '64
    She shot me in the back with cupids arrow
    We finish the 6-pac, she push the seat back
    Pulled up her dress n she let me peep that
    I'm Drunk as a skunk, feeling all dirty
    Truck stop bathroom at 7:30
    Bought her some dessert, give a damn if its early
    Head spinnin' around like roller derby
    Everything about her says you don't deserve me
    I hope I'm worthy


    (Cause I'm your baby)
    You need somethin' like me? (Good luck)
    Cause he ain't nothin' like me (no)
    You can search but you never gone find
    A love thats quite like mine (no)
    Need a man that can love you good
    And treat you like he should
    With me shawty you the shit
    He might be good but he ain't like this
    Cause I'm your baby

    In the back of the pickup, clothes the rip up
    She see my chrome wheels, it gets more real
    Running and laughing, music blasting
    Side over the road, bent over crashing
    Mouth all dry, can feel the urge
    If you see my mama, don't say a word
    The cops wanna know I'm a word are slurred
    Don't ask me officer ask her
    Wanna another drink baby she like sure
    Wanna hit the club she like I don't care
    She all in the rear-view doin' her here
    Hairspray and lip gloss everywhere
    This all happens on an average day
    Your life is a trip girl, I'm here to stay
    Never had a girl make me feel this way
    Even tho I had to pay

    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Peermusic Publishing, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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