Rescue Me

Album: Doin' It Again (2010)
Charted: 14
  • Well I been breaking it down for you baby,
    Been running around, I can't see no love for me,
    Somebody rescue me

    I'm the king of the town Mr crazy,
    Creating a sound, but still no love for me,
    Somebody rescue me,
    Just rescue me,
    Rescue me,
    Rescue me

    Well I been breaking it down for you baby,
    Been running around, I can't see no love for me,
    Somebody rescue me

    I'm the king of the town Mr crazy,
    Creating a sound, but still no love for me,
    Somebody rescue me,
    Just rescue me,
    Rescue me,
    Rescue me

    S.K.E.PTA,
    Before I start I just wanna say,
    Boy Better Know all day,
    I got bumble bee's tryin' to figure out how I got this buzz,
    All I want is a kiss and a hug but somebody told specsavers I still can't see no love,

    Days, month, years, blood, sweat, tears,
    I walk the street of London facing my fears,
    And everydays like truth or dare,
    So spin that bottle,
    'Cause if it lands on me, I'mma stay true to my word,
    I don't want anymore respect than I deserve

    Well I been breaking it down for you baby,
    Been running around I can't see no love for me,
    Somebody rescue me

    I'm the king of the town Mr crazy
    Creating the sound, there's still no love for me,
    Somebody rescue me,
    Just rescue me,
    Rescue me,
    Rescue me

    Well I been breaking it down for you baby,
    Been running around I can't see no love for me,
    Somebody rescue me

    I'm the king of the town Mr crazy
    Creating the sound, there's still no love for me,
    Somebody rescue me,
    Just rescue me,
    Rescue me,
    Rescue me Writer/s: Joseph Adenuga, G Bonnick, L Price, P Renshaw
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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