Hey Baby (Drop It to the Floor)

Album: Planet Pit (2010)
Charted: 38 7
  • Mr. Worldwide, T-Pain
    A que no hay otro consejo, no llega viejo so listen up

    Let her go
    If your girl wanna play, let her go, so let her go (la la la la)
    If your girl wanna play, let her go, so let her go (la la la la)
    If your girl wanna play, let her go, so let her go (la la la la)
    If your girl wanna play, let her go

    Hey baby girl what you doin' tonight
    I wanna see what you got in store
    Ha hey baby, givin' it you all when you're dancin' on me
    I wanna see if you give me some more
    Ha hey baby, you can be my girl I can be your man
    And we can pump this jam however you want
    Ha hey baby, pump it from the side pump it upside down
    Or we can pump it from the back and the front

    Hey, hey baby
    Ooh baby baby, la la la la la la la (ah-ha)
    Ooh baby baby, la la la la la la la (ah-ha)
    Ooh baby baby, la la la la la la la (ah-ha)
    Ooh baby baby, la la la la la la la (ha-hey Baby)

    Ooh drop it to the floor, make you wanna say (hey baby)
    Yeah you can shake some more, make me wanna say (hey baby)
    Ooh you got it, 'cause you make me wanna say (hey baby)
    Don't stop it I want you to hear

    I'm a Dade county,
    Self paid self made millionaire
    I used to play around the world
    Now I'm around the world, gettin' paid
    Girl problems, no problems
    Don't hate the game, that won't solve 'em
    I wanna get witcha mami,
    Now let me see what the lord split your lolly

    Hey baby girl what you doin' tonight
    I wanna see what you got in store
    Ha hey baby, givin' it you all when you're dancin' on me
    I wanna see if you give me some more
    Ha hey baby, you can be my girl I can be your man
    And we can pump this jam however you want
    Ha hey baby, pump it from the side pump it upside down
    Or we can pump it from the back and the front

    Hey baby, ooh baby baby, la la la la la la la (ah-ha)
    Ooh baby baby, la la la la la la la (ah-ha)
    Ooh baby baby, la la la la la la la (ah-ha)
    Ooh baby baby, la la la la la la la (ha-hey baby)

    Ooh drop it to the floor, make you wanna say (hey baby)
    Yeah you can shake some more, make me wanna say (hey baby)
    Ooh you got it, 'cause you make me wanna say (hey baby)
    Yeah don't stop it, 'cause you make me wanna say

    Make money, make money
    This chico right here gotta eat, baby
    You scared money, don't make money,
    That's how it goes in the street baby
    But enough about the nonsense,
    Baby girl take a shot clear your conscious
    Not a goon or a goblin I'm a monster
    'Cause I hit all the baddest women in the world, gangster

    Ooh baby baby, la la la la la la la
    Ooh baby baby, la la la la la la la
    Ooh baby baby, la la la la la la la
    Ooh baby baby, la la la la la la la

    Ooh drop it to the floor, make you wanna say (hey baby)
    Yeah you can shake some more, make me wanna say (hey baby)
    Ooh you got it, cause you make me wanna say (hey baby)
    Ooh don't stop it, cause you make me wanna say

    Ooh baby baby, la la la la la la la (ah-ha)
    Ooh baby baby, la la la la la la la (ah-ha)
    Ooh baby baby, la la la la la la la (ah-ha)
    Ooh baby baby, la la la la la la la (ha-hey baby)

    Ooh drop it to the floor, make you wanna say (hey baby)
    Yeah you can shake some more, make me wanna say (hey baby)
    Ooh you got it, 'cause you make me wanna say (hey baby)
    Yeah don't stop it I want you tonightWriter/s: ARMANDO CHRISTIAN PEREZ, FAHEEM NAJM, SANDY JULIEN WILHELM
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Downtown Music Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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