Here I Am

Album: Trilla (2008)
Charted: 41
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  • I got a bunch of dollars I can spend them on her
    'Cause she can be my lady she can be my lover
    Call me on the late night get right he ain't acting right
    Every super woman needs a super man, here I am

    Sight seeing we might be in the Codra port
    or that new white BM
    Home from FAMU with a gorgeous face,
    Next semester she transfer to Florida State
    Cooking like home-etch for financial aid.
    I highly doubt she has problems with financial aid, remember
    meantime my finance is straight
    I even open up the doors to the panantial states Boss
    She used to fight with her moms till I sat em both down
    Now she's tight with her moms (what?)
    Yeah I put the ice on her arm,
    Now she know she getting sliced spending nights in Milan (yeah)
    We still blow weed together cheated on her but we still gone be together
    With the house on the water hit the beach whenever
    She's from the north and still can't believe there whether Boss

    I got a bunch of dollars I can spend them on her
    'Cause she can be my lady she can be my lover
    Call me on the late night get right he ain't acting right
    Every super woman needs a super man, here I am

    Hear I am and here I go why you looking for that other when you got the best?
    The previous was a test for ya, now you in the big leagues
    A black Steinbrenner who wouldn't wanna play for me?
    Ya last man was a chump and you can tell him I said it
    He was talking a lot at first, but you can see that dead it
    You can see I ain't sweat it,
    Hell I'll even call him my self and tell him I dead it nah
    Please don't confuse me miss
    I'm tryna see if I could put you on my Christmas list
    I hope you ain't offended by this
    But I think your ass fine as shit and that's straight up real talk, all bullshit aside
    she replied "I Like To Do The Wild Thing"
    Action took place at my place, now my place is her place

    I got a bunch of dollars I can spend them on her
    'Cause she can be my lady she can be my lover
    Call me on the late night get right he ain't acting right
    Every super woman needs a super man, here I am

    Mo better mo cheddar not the man
    Off your clothes last sweater (what)
    Hoe getter gorilla fuck chuffers, I went and got mo killas boss
    I rock with niggas like Fabolous cause
    He tell the truth baby like Fabolous
    But you make it look glamorous
    Here's spaghetti strapped heals not for amateurs
    Risk quite rocky, talk like foxy, job like Roxy,
    Spark that broccoli walk quite aky
    That mean sexy I will save you if you let me
    Fly with me, get high as me
    A lot of alphabets girl I'm a G
    Time will tell, Rolex watches
    We show stoppas, hoes just watchin'

    I got a bunch of dollars I can spend them on her
    'Cause she can be my lady she can be my lover
    Call me on the late night get right he ain't acting right
    Every super woman needs a super man, here I am Writer/s: CHRISTOPHER J GHOLSON, CORNELL HAYNES, RALPH DISTACIO, WILLIAMS ROBERTS
    Publisher: CANNY LARK MUSIC, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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