Bad Habits

Album: BLACKsummers'night (2009)
Charted: 71
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  • Ah ah, ah ah lady
    Lately, lady
    Make me queasy
    Don't speak no sound
    I want you to prove it to me in the nude
    Addicted to the way you move

    Honey, if anything ever should change in you
    Don't worry I'm standing still
    I'm moving with the right wheel

    This is the highest cost,
    Take you and make you off
    Live you and leave you lost
    Will you forgive me?

    Asked out all over town
    Drags you and keeps you down
    Two times in a day around
    Will you forgive me?

    I can't control the feeling
    Girl cause I know you're here
    I feel you from the floor to the ceiling
    Girl, I'll feel you when you comb your hair

    Lady, when we lock it low (ah, ah)
    We get together, it's an overdose
    I'm slippin', I'm here, I'm on my knees
    I feels my heart's about to explode

    This is the highest cost,
    Take you and make you off
    Live you and leave you lost
    Will you forgive me?

    Asked out all over town
    Drags you and keeps you down
    Two times and I take a round
    Will you forgive me?

    Baby, to tell the truth
    When I'm sober I jones for you
    When its over I'm overdue (huh)
    Girl, its no one as bad as (no one as bad as you)

    You got me, you got me
    You got me
    Slippin' around with it
    Around with it, awhile
    Awhile, awhile, awhile

    You got me sick with this love, baby
    I'm so, I'm so in love
    I can't come down

    This is the highest cost, oh
    Take you and make you off
    Live you and leave you lost (baby)
    Will you forgive me? (will you forgive me?)

    Asked out all over town (ah)
    Drags you and keeps you down (and I know)
    Two times and I take a round
    Will you forgive me?

    You're my bad habit, baby
    You're my, you're takin' my soul
    Down to the level
    Can't escape the way you got me locked up, baby
    I gotta break from you, break from you
    Break from you

    This is the highest cost
    Take you and make you off
    Live you and leave you lost
    Will you forgive me?

    Asked out all over town (asked out)
    Drags you and keeps you down
    Two times and I take a round
    Will you forgive me?

    Will you forgive me?
    Will you forgive me?
    Will you forgive me?

    Will you forgive me?
    Asked out all over town
    Drags you and keeps you down
    Two times and I take a round
    Will you forgive me?

    I can't control the feelin' (feelin', feelin', feelin', feelin') huh uh
    I can't control the feelin' (feelin', feelin', feelin', feelin') ha ha
    I can't control the feelin' (feelin', feelin', feelin', feelin', feelin')
    I can't control the feelin' (feelin', feelin', feelin', feelin')

    In my soul, soul (feelin', feelin', feelin', feelin')
    In my soul, soul ooh Writer/s: Hod David, Maxwell Menard
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Jay from Wheaton, MdI thought the boy Maxwell was done, but he proved me wrong I guess. And this song bangs too. And I love Kerri Washington and would like to impregnate her...over and over again
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