Get Your Number

Album: The Emancipation Of Mimi (2005)
Charted: 9
  • Oh damn
    The club 'bout to close in a minute
    Can I get your number, baby
    So you and I can go get in it
    Let me come and pick you up, oh
    And go take you out, oh
    Can I get your number, baby
    So I can show you what I'm all about
    What I'm all about, damn

    I've been checkin' you out
    And I noticed that you ain't just one of the crowd
    So tell me won't you
    Come on and see about me, baby
    I've got the Cris on ice and I'm 'bout to get nice
    Up in VIP with all my ladies
    Tell me how many times in your life
    Will you get an opportunity like this tonight
    Tell me a little somethin' about you
    Here's a little somethin' about me
    I got a house in Capri and my own G4
    And that Benz with the doors that lift up from the floor

    Oh damn
    The club 'bout to close in a minute
    Can I get your number, baby
    So you and I can go get in it
    Let me come and pick you up, oh
    And go take you out, oh
    Can I get your number, baby
    So I can show you what I'm all about
    What I'm all about, damn

    Now that you're sitting next to me
    I bet you're wondering
    What my intentions are for you
    And I to get into
    Baby, I just want to
    Hug and kiss and love ya
    Look into my eyes, baby, don't be shy
    Is it yes or no
    We ain't got all night
    Tell me how many times in your life
    Will you get an opportunity like this tonight
    Tell me a little somethin' bout you
    Here's a little somethin' bout me
    I got a pimp penthouse with a sick hot tub
    We can watch the flat screen
    While the bubbles fill it up

    Oh damn
    The club 'bout to close in a minute
    Can I get your number, baby
    So you and I can go get in it
    Let me come and pick you up, oh
    And go take you out, oh
    Can I get your number, baby
    So I can show you what I'm all about
    What I'm all about, damn

    La, la, la, la, la, la Writer/s: Anthony John Swain, Steve Jolley, Leslie John, Ashley Ingram, Jermaine Mauldin Dupri, Mariah Carey, Johnta M. Austin, Bryan Michael Paul Cox
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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