Highly Suspicious

Album: Evil Urges (2008)
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  • Wasting time home alone dotting your "i's"
    Peanut butter pudding surprise
    Ain't nobody care what's going on in your mind
    But they got they eye on your prize
    I'm highly suspicious of you

    Now daddy's got you home alone, solving your crimes
    Peanut butter pudding surprise
    Ain't no jokin', smokin', strokin', tapping your lines
    Peanut butter pudding surprise

    I'm highly suspicious of you

    Wasting all your time on drama, could be solving real crime
    Waste away your mind too

    I'm highly suspicious of you
    I'm highly suspicious, highly suspicious of you Writer/s: James Edward Olliges Jr.
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, WORDS & MUSIC A DIV OF BIG DEAL MUSIC LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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