Change The Record

Album: The MF Life (2012)
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  • I hear you DJ, I hear you DJ

    'Cause this one's got scratches
    Went to get drinks, and I'm asking him how did you get this way?
    Whose lipstick is on your face?

    It's been 15 minutes then 2 hours
    You think you can make it up with some damn flowers?
    Thinkin' bout the things you do when
    I'm waiting over here and you ain't got no skoo

    'Cause you don't care right here
    And you don't care who's there
    And you don't care
    Oh here's the song I hear

    You can do better, then do better
    If you don't like how he's playing then change the record
    You can do better, then do better
    'Cause I don't know what kind of games you're playing
    But it's time to change the record, record, record

    I hear you DJ, I hear you DJ

    'Cause this one's got played out
    Skips everything you wanna hear about
    Far from perfect, a little played out
    Tired of the lies you wanna run about yeah yeah

    'Cause you don't care right here
    And you don't care who's there
    And you don't care
    Oh here's the song I hear

    You can do better, then do better
    If you don't like how he's playing then change the record
    You can do better, then do better
    'Cause I don't know what kind of games you're playing
    But it's time to change the record, record, record

    Yeah yeah, Well this is what dependence is
    I was with the model type, body like a gymnast
    Hot sex each night, It was just ridiculous
    We was a match made in heaven but we had to
    Split because we couldn't fix the differences
    And the differences, she was manipulative
    And I wanted to do just whatever I did
    But apparently you had a better idea and you left, I guess that's how it is
    Hollywood divorce after Hollywood romance
    Now when we together, we don't even hold hands
    We don't even two step and we don't even slow dance
    We was a duet, we was on bed
    But now I'm solo, It's no show and no fans
    That's how I go, you strike out like Molan
    But strike out like Baseball, you go down the goal man
    And now you frozen, and don't know there's no chance
    She put them hooves on your head like a Colts fan
    Now they comment on your life like a sportsman
    I need a mediator, you need a mediator, you need a mirror and maybe you'll see

    The faster you let it go
    The faster you will hear me happy on the radio
    Stronger I let it flow
    The deeper I fall into this hole

    'Cause you don't care right here
    And you don't care who's there
    Now I don't care
    'Cause here's the song I hear

    You can do better, then do better
    If you don't like how he's playing then change the record
    You can do better, then do better
    'Cause I don't know what kind of games you're playing
    But it's time to change the record, record, record

    I hear you DJ, I hear you DJ
    I hear you DJ, I hear you DJ
    I hear you DJ, I hear you DJ-eh-eh-eh

    Eh-eh-eh Writer/s: ANDREA MARTIN, CARLOS MCKINNEY, BOBBY SIMMONS, MELANIE FIONA HALLIM
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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