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Album: Luke James (2014)
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  • I'm a man, I'm simple knowledge
    Yeah, she's a woman that's prone to violence
    Used to be something beautiful, red flags regardless
    And love used to be a vehicle
    But now there's too much mileage
    So please, forgive me
    'Cause I never meant to hurt your daughter
    But all the real aching
    She's using everything you taught her
    And this lyric is a miracle
    And a blessing and a problem
    This lyric is a miracle
    And a blessing and a problem

    And all I'm tryna say is we got options
    Baby, all I'm saying is we got options
    Red or green, so what's it gonna be?
    'Cause I never been a fan of running
    That's worth the pain, but baby, we'll see
    But you could never see the future coming
    Girl, I'm just thinking about our options
    Girl, I'm just thinking about our options
    Hold up

    So far gone, I'm barely breathing
    She's holding on, guess she's got her reasons
    It really hurts to see what we've become
    And that's why I'm leaving
    Betrayed all the good we've ever done, in one-single evening
    So please, forgive me
    'Cause I'd never wanna hurt my daughter
    But all the real aching
    You hurt more than I ever thought you could
    And this lyric is a miracle
    And a blessing, not a problem
    This lyric is a miracle
    And a blessing, not a problem

    I can't believe that I said that we had options
    I never should've said we had options
    Red or green, so what's it gonna be
    'Cause I never been fan of running
    That's worth the pain, but baby, we'll see
    But you could never see the future coming

    Started out a college girl, now she in the model world
    Screaming she gonna make her way
    Rocking all kind of fur
    Her friends wanna see her fail, but she got a mind made, cool
    She a outcast, Big Boi, he a Andrea
    Talking about myself, though, heard that I was self-centered
    Apologies to my ex, on to the next sentence
    My new one say I'm like that, parties at the spotlight
    Heels out of LA, we lit up the nighttime
    Life is shorted than a flick, maybe we should make the scene
    All positions came through, mean to rate it A to Z
    Hanging from the shower rod, maybe we can skip that
    But you know that's how I call
    Fat boy always with that
    Untouchable my clique is
    Money long as my dick is
    Shorty handle her business, she the realest
    Hundred stacks in Bel-Air
    Black bottle, black mail
    You looking at who run the city, Luke James, runs it with me

    So lady, taking life is not an option
    Oh no, lady taking life is not an option, oh no, no, no baby
    Red or green, so what's it gonna be
    'Cause I never been fan of running
    That's worth the pain, but baby, we'll see
    But you could never see the future coming
    So girl, I'm just thinking about our options Writer/s: Brandon Hesson, Dominic Gordon, Jamaica Smith, Luke Boyd
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, DistroKid
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