Sorry

Album: Black Market (2015)
Charted: 97
  • She's just perfect in every kinda way
    But I don't think I can handle her pain
    So messed up and I'm too busy just running my game
    Oh, girl after girl, mistake after mistake

    I've tried to change but they always around, pulling me down in bed
    Gave you my word but they were just broken promises
    Broken condoms, lipstick marks and unprotected sex
    I feel like shit, you know I ain't shit

    Sorry, won't turn back the clock
    Baby I took advantage 'cause I knew you
    Wouldn't believe it, so I used you
    I'm sorry, oh I'm sorry don't make it right, I know

    We at the crib, she got her legs wrapped around my waist
    Conversation, she lick every tattoo that's on my face
    Like a thug, I just wanna fuck, that's every day
    Temporary separations, confessing my mistakes
    She packed her bags and left me home and I'm still hurt
    You new pussy, but she can't tell me that it's real first
    A lot of lies apologized, the thirst real
    When she hit this thinking to herself, "Damn this verse real"
    Rehab out in Vegas, that made this a murdered sin
    Send the bottles to her table then made love on the jet
    Temporary thrills, all these women you think I tossed
    My feelings genuine, disregard what you see on blogs
    I been a boss before I recorded Meek song
    Mill in cash on the gram, they trending Meech home
    In the D, my G, he throwing that peace on
    Every picture that you post leave comments on each one

    I'm just a typical ordinary nigga
    But I know that I can't change the rules
    All this time I blamed you 'cause I know what I'm doing
    Stepping on your heart again, relationship ruined
    I tried to change but I'm always out, fucking around in the club
    Pieces of my love letter tore up from this break up
    My worst nightmare went right in my back, I wish I could wake up
    I feel like shit, know I ain't shit but I'm

    Sorry, won't turn back the clock
    Baby I took advantage 'cause I knew you
    Wouldn't believe it, so I used you
    I'm sorry, oh I'm sorry don't make it right, I know

    Life's short and baby girl you deserve a winner
    Every day the diamonds on you get bigger and bigger
    Hustle from my heart so every night I can deliver
    Saying sorry, laying up, way up in your liver
    Boss, the red bottom's got you walking funny
    Get you an agent, she balling and all she talk is money
    Take her shopping, baby boy ain't no salary caps
    She get it popping so you better bring battery packs
    Perfect time to relax
    Nothing is perfect other than being a perfect match
    They all watch me 'cause the moves I make out they budget
    Diamond district, six figures on my shorty nugget

    I've tried to change but they always around, pulling me down in bed
    Gave you my word but they were just broken promises
    Broken condoms, lipstick marks and unprotected sex
    I feel like shit, you know I ain't shit

    Sorry, won't turn back the clock
    Baby I took advantage 'cause I knew you
    Wouldn't believe it, so I used you
    I'm sorry, oh I'm sorry don't make it right Writer/s: CHRISTOPHER MAURICE BROWN, BRANDON WILLIAM ROBERTS, DIEGO JAVIER AVENDANO, SCOTT SPENCER STORCH
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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