Can't Get Enough of Myself

  • Oh woah oh oh, oh
    I can't get enough of myself

    If I wasn't me, I can be sure I'd wanna be
    I'm pretty major and I'll say it out loud
    Living my life in a fantasy
    Living my life in my vanity
    Hey mom maybe you'll see me now

    I call what I see and if I judge, well, then so be
    To my neighbours I'm the best thing around
    Living my life in a fantasy
    Living my life in my vanity
    Hey mom maybe you'll see me now

    All I wanna do is what I do well
    Ain't a gambler but honey I'd put money on myself
    All I wanna do is bottle it to sell
    'Cause my brand does vainglorious much better for your health

    Woah oh oh
    I can't get enough
    All they've said it's true
    I can't get enough of myself
    Woah oh oh
    I can't get enough
    I don't know about you
    But I can't get enough of myself

    Ha ha, funny me, life of the party, VIP
    Got so much flavor, put me on the buffet
    Look at them, look at them liking me
    Look at them, look at what sight to see
    It's so hard, baby look at me now

    Who now could it be, calling the paparazzi
    Well, since you're here now, baby, fire away
    Look at them, look at them liking me
    Look at them, look at what sight to see
    It's so hard, baby look at me now

    All I wanna do is what I do well
    Ain't a gambler but honey I'd put money on myself
    All I wanna do is bottle it to sell
    'Cause my brand does vainglorious much better for your health

    Woah oh oh
    I can't get enough
    All they've said it's true
    I can't get enough of myself
    Woah oh oh
    I can't get enough
    I don't know about you
    But I can't get enough of myself
    Woah oh oh
    I can't get enough
    All they've said it's true
    I can't get enough of myself
    Woah oh oh
    I can't get enough
    I don't know about you
    But I can't get enough of myself

    Got me a ticket, I'm heating it up
    My life's a party, I'm filling my cup
    It's in the woah, it's in the oh
    I'll tell you that I can't get enough oh
    I'm on a roll, I keep turning it up
    I'm my biggest fan and I can't get enough
    Oh oh, oh oh
    Saying it again, I can't get enough

    Woah oh oh
    I can't get enough
    All they've said it's true
    I can't get enough of myself
    Woah oh oh
    I can't get enough
    I don't know about you
    But I can't get enough of myself
    Woah oh oh
    I can't get enough
    All they've said it's true
    I can't get enough of myself

    Woah oh oh
    I can't get enough
    I don't know about you
    But I can't get enough of myself
    Woah oh oh, woah oh oh Writer/s: Santi White, Patrik Berger, Markus Krunegard
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Downtown Music Publishing, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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