Stone Rollin'

Album: Stone Rollin' (2011)
  • Fat lady shakin', backbone breakin' come on
    (This girl of mine)
    Everything she's got is movin' and hot, come on
    (This girl of mine)
    I was just a friend but she took me in, just come on
    (This girl of mine)
    Everything was right I felt like the light said come on
    (This girl of mine)

    You make a blind man walk away from home
    You say your girlfriend you wanna be alone
    It makes an old man throw away his cane
    Girl what yo booty doing, I just can't explain

    Listen,
    You don't call her fat but that girl is stacked eh' come on
    (She's got my mind)
    Everything is wide and she walk with much pride come on
    (She's got my mind)
    Top chef and cook with grandmas looks now come on
    (She's got my mind)
    There was no way to compare
    Nothing I could see
    All I saw was a woman
    (She's got my mind)
    Walking up to me

    Booty woman you turn me a loose
    (turn me loose)
    I need to go home, I cant stand your moves
    (I cant stand your moves)
    Just see your high heels are killing me
    (are killing me)
    It's like the valentine are shaking me
    (are shaking me, oh yeah)

    I'm your lover man and I won't let go
    (and I wont let go)
    I wanna stay with you, you can lock the door
    (you can lock the door)
    Move your soul back to me
    (back to me)
    I'm gonna squeeze it darling endlessly
    (endlessly)

    Booty woman you turn me loose
    (yes turn me loose)
    I need to go home, I cant stand your moves
    (I cant stand your moves)
    Just see your high heels are killing me
    (are killing me)
    It's like a valentine keeps shaking me (oh yeah)Writer/s: RAPHAEL SAADIQ
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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