Come Through and Chill

Album: War & Leisure (2017)
  • Trust
    Pick up the phone, show me it was real
    Pick up the phone, show me it was real
    Pick up the phone, show me it was real
    Pick up the phone

    Yeah, I don't wanna put no pressure on ya
    I just wanna put a blessing on ya
    Since our last undressin' session
    I'm not really sure if you've been checkin'
    I'm progressin', I just heard my songs
    Is poppin' out in Macedonia
    And even Serbia, I don't mean to burden ya
    If you got a man since then, I understand
    Last thing I wanna do is get you jammed
    'Specially if he's a fan
    He'll prolly never wanna hear my shit again
    And I need every single SoundScan
    But if you single and you down, then
    I'm in your town fiendin' for another round
    I was countin down the days
    Been more patient than a Browns fan
    Where that chip at?
    Prolly on your shoulder, 'cause I forgot to hit back
    Left you on read, apologies I said
    But often never meant, well fuck that, I repent
    For message never sent, now

    Hello, stranger
    It's been a minute since we last kicked it
    By the way, just got in town
    That I won't let cumulus clouds all in the sky ruin my vibe
    Usually, I don't do this often
    But since we're coolin', is it an option?
    Due to unusual rain and thunder
    Baby, I wonder, baby, I wonder, would you just

    Put your sweats on, put your sweats on for me, yeah
    'Cause I got the plug, I made the call for green
    I'm talkin' late-night for you
    Let me lay a great time on you
    Don't hesitate, no, don't you, no, no

    Just say you will, will, will
    Come through and chill, chill, chill
    Just say you will, will, will
    Come through and chill, chill, chill

    I wanna, all night (say it)
    I wanna, all night (uh-huh, uh-huh)
    I wanna, all night (say it)
    I wanna, all night

    Hello, stranger, vape's been waiting
    Just as I recall, that ass is still amazing
    I'm playin', baby, I'm sayin', baby
    Lovin' shit, you know I'm crazy
    So go ahead and pour the drink up
    I'm so glad we got to link up, yeah

    Get to takin' that off, takin' that off for me, yeah
    Cause I got the plug, I made the call for green
    I'm talkin' late-night for you
    Let me lay a great time on you
    Don't make me wait, no, don't you, no, no

    Just say you will, will, will
    Come through and chill, chill, chill
    Just say you will, will, will
    Come through and chill, chill, chill

    In case my lack of reply had you catchin' them feelings
    Know you've been on my mind like Kaepernick kneelin'
    Or police killings, or Trump sayin' slick shit
    Manipulatin' poor white folks because they're ignant
    Blind to the struggles of the ones that got the pigment
    Lately I've been stressin' 'cause it seems so malignant
    I need to feel your essence in my presence if you're with it
    I guarantee you won't regret you did it if you come through

    Just say you will, will, will
    Come through and chill, chill, chill
    Just say you will, will, will
    Come through and chill, chill, chill
    Just say you will, will, will
    Come through and chill, chill, chill
    Just say you will, will, will
    Come through and chill, chill, chill

    I wanna, all night (say it)
    I wanna, all night (uh-huh, uh-huh)
    I wanna, all night (say it)
    I wanna, all night

    Pick up the phone, show me it was real
    Pick up the phone, show me it was real
    Pick up the phone, show me it was real
    Pick up the phone, yeah Writer/s: SALAAM REMI, MIGUEL PIMENTEL, JAMES YANCEY
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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