#1 Fan

Album: Definition of Real (2008)
  • It's Plies, baby (Plies, baby)
    And next time you see somebody homie that's so bad that you can't resist them
    Walk up to 'em and tell that you they #1 Fan

    Hey I've been watchin' you all night
    All night (All night)
    So DJ play that one song, I've decided I
    Had to make you mine
    All mine (Mine)
    I don't need no more convincin' you got my attention
    You got me baby

    I'm your number one, your number one
    I'm your number one, fan
    Your number one, I'm your number one, your number one
    I'm your number one, fan

    See you got me goin'
    Baby I can't explain it
    Whatever you doin' is workin'
    Baby don't change it
    Eh, eh
    I'm your number one,
    I'm your number one,
    I'm your number one fan

    I like the salute you baby for recognizin' the swag
    You still a virgin and if a goon ain't somethin' you ever had
    Prefer mine out the hood, but I respect class
    Glad you didn't let me scare yea how my pants sag, I'ma pass that
    Guarantee you I'm top, I'm better than your last
    Good girls I love 'em, I like to turn 'em bad
    One night I can make you forget all 'bout your past
    When it's over be able to teach your own class
    Opportunity of a life time, don't let it pass
    Longer we wait the better, we ain't got to move fast
    Before it's over my name gon' be on your car tag
    The feelin' you lookin' for, baby I can give you that

    Hey, I've been watchin' you all night (All Night)
    All night
    So DJ play that one song, I've decided I had to make you mine
    All mine
    I don`t need no more convincin' you got my attention
    You got me baby

    I'm your number one, (Your number one)
    Your number one, (Number one)
    I'm your number, fan (Oh Baby)
    Your number one, oh
    Your number one, (I'm your number one)
    I'm your number one, (Number one)
    Your number one, fan

    See you got me goin'
    Baby I can't explain it
    Whatever yea doin' is workin'
    Baby don't change it
    I'm your number one,
    your number one,
    your number one fan

    This seen alotta' things
    It been around the world
    But never once met somebody this bad girl
    I dunno if you a fan of mine
    But I'ma fan of yours
    Cute face, and a pretty smile, and nice curves
    Couldn't even talk when I seen yea
    I was at a loss of words
    Been yea number one fan
    Ever since I seen yea, girl
    Fell victim for yea when I seen yea body twirl
    Couldn't sit back and wait
    Had to get to you first
    Let you play in my bank account
    To see yea splurge
    All I can think 'bout since I seen yea is his and hers
    You've been promised it all in a line you ain't heard
    I'm your number one fan,
    And I mean every word

    Hey, I've been watchin' you all night
    All night (Hey)

    So DJ play that one song, I've decided I had to make you mine (Mine)
    All mine (Mine baby)

    I don't need no more convincin' you got my attention
    You got me baby

    I'm your number one, (I'm your number one)
    Yuh number one, (Yuh number one) (I'm your number fan!)
    I'm your number one, (I'm your number, See)

    You got me goin'
    Baby I can't explain it
    Whatever yea doin' is workin'
    Baby don't change it
    Eh, eh

    I`m your number one, I'm your number one, I'm your number one, fan.
    Fan, Fan, Fan... Writer/s: KEVIN COSSOM, ALGERNOD WASHINGTON, JOHNNY MOLLINGS, LEONARDO MOLLINGS
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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