Higher

  • This whiskey got me feelin' pretty
    So pardon if I'm impolite
    I just really need your ass with me
    I'm sorry 'bout the other night
    And I know I could be more creative
    And come up with poetic lines
    But I'm turnt up off sizz' and "I love you"
    Is the only thing that's in my mind

    You take me higher, higher than I've ever been, babe
    Just come over, let's pour a drink, babe
    I hope I ain't calling you too late, too late
    You light my fire
    Let's stay up late and smoke a J
    I wanna go back to the old way
    But I'm drunk and still with a full ash tray
    With a little bit too much to say Writer/s: Ernest Wilson, Jerry Butler, Kenneth Gamble, Leon Huff, Rihanna Fenty, Badriia Bourelly, James Fauntleroy
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, BMG Rights Management, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Songtrust Ave, Roba Music Verlag GMBH
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