Addison Lee

Album: Take Not3s (2016)
Charted: 57
  • I'm feeling her, feeling me
    Be that guy yeah I'll be that g
    Said say she wanna roll with a g
    'Cause I sang Toju Mi

    Man, I'm feeling her, feeling me
    Be that guy yeah I'll be that g
    I tell her come and roll with a g

    Peng ting called Maddison
    I tell her come and jump in my Addison Lee
    Peng ting called Maddison
    I tell her come and jump in my Addison Lee
    'Cause there's no time
    No time to waste I got my yard for free
    Peng ting called Maddison
    I tell her come and jump in my Addison
    Jump in my Addison Lee

    I just called a driver
    I slapped on a promo code so you get to my yard for a fiver
    Only for a fiver, would you
    Come and spend a night with me?
    Lay your head tonight with me?
    You could jump inside the ride it's free
    Jump inside the ride it's free

    Just spoke to boss dem
    Boning don't take too long getting paid right now is the problem
    One shit, old and I got no time
    No time to waste, I got gal on this ting
    Peng ting named Madison
    There ain't no way you're embarrassing me
    Yeah, ting proper, big shotta
    Got the sauce once I dab it down I'ma dip on her
    Wipe me down, nasty nigga spit 'pon her
    You don't wanna see me push a button, my clip proper
    I mean I do it with no pasa
    I just be smoking my ganja
    And they be fucking with me
    I send a tweet, then they gave me a Addi for free, ahlie

    Peng ting called Madison
    I tell her come and jump in my Addison Lee
    Peng ting called Madison
    I tell her come and jump in my Addison Lee
    Cause there's no time, no time to waste I got my yard for free
    Peng ting called Madison
    I tell her come jump in my Addison, jump in my Addison Lee

    Baby girl I can give you everything that you need
    You're on my mind, don't waste my time, just jump in my Addison Lee
    Yeah, I can be your Romeo
    We can go from London to Tokyo
    When I give you that promo code, you don't hesitate with your postcode, yeah
    You're the only girl on my mind
    With a body that I just can't decline
    I count on you 'cause you're always on time
    You're always on time
    Peng ting called Madison
    Tell her come jump in my Addison
    There's no other girl in comparison
    Ay, ay, ay

    I told her come jump in my Uber
    I don't live in the capital city
    The fare was times 2.0
    So you better come and gimme, gimme
    You better make it worth that mula girl 'cause a man ain't rich, no a man ain't rich
    Come take up the ruler girl it's been a hot minute, been a hot minute
    You ain't leavin' sooner girl till we done finished, till we done finished
    I'ma make sure that I give it to you right
    Right, right, right, right, right
    That body made me think no Uber girl let's go do why
    And you can try anything you that you want don't be too shy

    Peng ting called Madison
    I tell her come and jump in my Addison Lee
    Peng ting called Madison
    I tell her come and jump in my Addison Lee
    'Cause there's no time, no time to waste I got my yard for free
    Peng ting called Madison
    I tell her come jump in my Addison, jump in my Addison Lee
    Peng ting called Madison
    I tell her come and jump in my Addison Lee
    Peng ting called Madison
    I tell her come and jump in my Addison Lee
    'Cause there's no time, no time to waste I got my yard for free
    Peng ting called Madison
    I tell her come jump in my Addison, jump in my Addison Lee Writer/s: Bernardo Da Silva, Hodifa Elshabli, Louis-Rae Beadle, Lukman Odunaike, Malvin Kundishora
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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