Unholy

Album: yet to be titled (2022)
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  • [Sam Smith:]
    Mummy don't know daddy's getting hot
    At the body shop
    Doin' somethin' unholy

    Lucky, lucky girl, she got married to a boy like you
    She'd kick you out if she ever, ever knew
    'Bout all the shit you tell me that you do
    Dirty, dirty boy, you know everyone is talking on the scene
    I hear them whisperin' 'bout the places that you've been
    And how you don't know how to keep your business clean

    Mummy don't know daddy's getting hot
    At the body shop
    Doin' somethin' unholy
    He's sat back while she's droppin' it
    She'll be poppin' it
    Yeah, she put it down slowly
    Oh, eh, oh, eh, oh, he left his kids at home
    So he can get that
    Mummy don't know daddy's getting hot
    At the body shop
    Doin' somethin' unholy

    [Kim Petras:]
    (Woo)
    Mmm, daddy, daddy, if you want it, drop the addy
    Give me love, give me Fendi, my Balenciaga daddy
    You gon' need to bag it up, 'cause I'm spending on Rodeo (Woo)
    You can watch me back it up, I'll be gone in the AM
    And he, he get me Prada, get me Miu Miu like Rihanna
    He always call me 'cause I never cause no drama

    And when you want it, baby
    I know I got you covered
    And when you need it, baby
    Just jump under the covers

    [Sam Smith:]
    Mummy don't know daddy's getting hot
    At the body shop
    Doin' somethin' unholy
    He's sat back while she's droppin' it
    She'll be poppin' it
    Yeah, she put it down slowly
    Oh, eh, oh, eh, oh, he left his kids at home
    So he can get that
    Mummy don't know daddy's getting hot
    At the body shop
    Doin' something unholy

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