She's So Fly

Album: Nelly 5.0 (2010)
  • Say Mo (yeah bruh)
    You remember them broads on the strip out in Vegas?
    (Uh-huh, what about 'em?) Well
    I don't know if I told you or not but (hm)
    Lil' shawty I was in the back seat with me, you know uh (uh, Naomi)
    I ran into her on Rodeo Drive in L.A., and I was like

    (She's so fly) She's outrageous, I met her out in Vegas
    She fresh off the pages of a magazine, I said
    (She's so fly) She like eye candy, I can't stop starin'
    I'm like goddamn, I got to have you girl, because
    (She's so, fly)

    Look at shorty hoppin' out that Maserati
    In them Giuseppe Zanotti's and that bangin' ass body
    In them low cut Frankie B.'s with the panties peekin' out 'em
    With a booty that big, and her stomach rock solid
    On Rodeo Drive, walkin' in her Roberto Cavalli
    I should probably walk up to the register and say "I got it"
    Go and pick up what you like, it's nothin' ma, don't worry about it
    That bag should be carried by somebody so exotic
    And that dress should be worn when there's nothin' else up under
    Just in case I run into you I can pull up to your bumper
    She politely declined when I offered her my number
    Then I asked her what's her name, said she'd rather make me wonder
    So I paid and she laughed, carried out her bags outside
    And I couldn't get her ass, I tried
    As I watch her leave out the store
    How one man wanted shorty ass and more, for sure


    Shorty bring the Cialis
    See my hand, got the money countin' callus
    Couldn't find a bigger star down in Dallas
    And the Pistons ain't the only one with rings in (The Palace)
    Do your research, tell me your analysis
    Take a jet and make you wonder where you land like Alice
    Tell me shorty ain't the baddest
    Tell me shorty don't deserve to walk the runway in Paris
    (Woo!) She deserve it all
    I don't do the mall, I do it by catalog
    La Perla panties and bras, fuck buyin' at the bar
    I fuck around and buy this whole club by tomorrow
    See, she's so nice
    She can get whatever she likes
    Don't let the price make you mad
    I live a Fabolous life shorty, (Throw it in the bag)


    Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah,
    (She's so fly)
    What? Ha, yeah, yeah
    (She's so fly to me)
    Look at her
    Uh, hoppin 'out that Rover (hey)
    In them Louie loafers (hey)
    I just wanna hold her (yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah)
    (Closer to me, closer to me)

    Aye, we in Vegas on the strip and seein' vision and precision lookin' like a straight star
    With the buttons undone, showin' off her lace bra
    My partner in the back, 'til the smoke hop in they car
    Okay, broad in L.A., she say I got until tomorrow, ha
    So, we hopped in the land and we rolled out, yeah
    Walked on the end and we showed out, yeah
    It's the King and the One with the dough out hurr
    We can blow out hurr, cause she's so fly


    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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