Up Out My Face

Album: R&B Love Songs 2011 (2009)
  • It's not chipped
    We're not cracked
    Oh, we're shattered
    Eh, eh, eh
    Oh na, na, na, na

    I thought we had something special
    We had something good
    But I should have had another mechanic under my hood
    If you see me walking by you
    Boy don't you even speak
    Pretend you on the sofa
    And I'm on the TV
    Might see me on a poster
    See me at a show
    But you won't see me for free
    Boy this ain't no promo

    No shame now
    Wherever you be laying
    You can stay now
    Got to board the BBJ
    And put the shades down
    I'm on the plane now
    And don't keep calling from your mama's house

    When I break I break boy
    Up out my face boy
    Up out my face boy
    Up out my face, I break
    Up out my face boy
    Up out my face boy
    Up out my face, I break

    You ain't never gonna feel this thing again
    You gon' get a lot of calls 'cause I CC-ed all your friends (I break)
    I ain't walking around all mopey and sad
    Take a look at my bags baby (I break, when I break I break)

    So look who's crying now
    Boohoo hoo
    Talking about your missing your boo
    And no you and getting it
    I know you ain't hittin' it
    No you ain't a rapper so you need to stop spitting it

    Ah ha ah ah ah ah
    You wondering who I'm messing while you ain't next to me
    I'm going bye bye bye
    So pay the consequences because you acted all ignorant

    So you ashamed now
    Wherever you be laying you can stay now
    Gotta board the BBJ and pull the shades down
    On the plane now
    And don't keep calling from your mama's house

    When I break I break boy
    Up out my face boy
    Up out my face boy
    Up out my face, I break
    Up out my face boy
    Up out my face boy
    Up out my face, I break

    You ain't never gonna feel this thing again
    You gon' get a lot of calls 'cause I CC-ed all your friends (I break)
    I ain't walking around all mopey and sad
    Take a look at my bags baby (when I break I break I break)

    And no super glue can fix this shit
    When I break I break I break
    Not even a welder and a builder could rebuild this shit
    When I break I break I break
    Not even a nail technician with a whole lot of gel and acrylic
    Can fix this when I break, I break
    If we were two Lego blocks
    Even the Harvard University graduating class of 2010
    Couldn't put us back together again

    When I break boy
    Up out my face boy
    Up out my face boy
    Up out my face, I break
    Up out my face boy
    Up out my face boy
    Up out my face, I break

    You ain't never gonna feel this thing again
    You gon' get a lot of calls 'cause I CC-ed all your friends (c'mon)
    I ain't walking around all mopey and sad
    Take a look at my bags baby ('cause when break baby baby I break)

    When I break I break boy
    Up out my face boy
    Up out my face boy
    Up out my face, I break
    Up out my face boy
    Up out my face boy
    Up out my face, I break Writer/s: CHRISTOPHER A. STEWART, MARIAH CAREY, TERIUS YOUNGDELL NASH
    Publisher: Peermusic Publishing, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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