Automatic

Album: Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded (2012)
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  • I can't control the way I'm movin my hips
    Bet you never ever seen it like this
    I'm a monster on the floor, I can't quit
    No no it's automatic, it's automatic

    It's automatic I'm a run away train
    And it's likely that I tear up this place
    When I go I go hard
    I'mma show you bizarre tonight, tonight (ni-i-ight)

    It's automatic my condition's unknown
    There's no remedy and no antidote
    It's just the way that I am
    Nicki Nicki so bad tonight tonight (ni-i-ight)

    I can't control the way I'm movin' my hips
    Bet you never ever seen it like this
    I'm a monster on the floor can't quit
    No no it's automatic, it's automatic
    It's automatic, it's automatic

    It's automatic some might call it insane
    I assure I'll be stuck in your brain
    You'll be falling for me boy, yeah
    Just like a domino tonight tonight (ni-i-ight)

    It's automatic when I'm rockin' the beat
    Systematically I'm droppin' your heat
    It's just the way that I am
    Nicki Nicki so bad tonight tonight (night)

    I can't control the way I'm movin' my hips
    Bet you never ever seen it like this
    I'm monster on the floor get with
    No no it's automatic, it's automatic
    It's automatic

    Press rewind,
    p-p-press rewind
    It's automatic
    I-I'm Einstein
    I'm lookin' for that Einstein
    Wales, London, Ireland
    Scotland I can idle in
    South Africa and Brazil
    Shut the club down,
    bring the bill
    Ri-ri-ri-ri-ring the bill
    Br-bri-bri-bri-bring the bill
    Bri-bri-bring the bill
    Shut the club down
    Bring the bill

    I can't control the way I'm movin' my hips
    Bet you never ever seen it like this
    I'm a monster on the floor get with
    No no it's automatic, it's automatic, it's automatic Writer/s: Nadir Khayat, Onika Tanya Maraj
    Publisher: OLE MEDIA MANAGEMENT LP, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
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