Sugarcane

Album: Bitter Rivals (2013)
  • So so sleeping on the ground tonight
    I couldn't breathe so I had two of these
    Sugarcane bounce the same when it touches the heat, when it touches the heat

    Hurricane always came when the season?s complete
    I was late, why?d you step back? You were already there
    You could take from the lead but you don't even care

    I've attempted but become so desperate to win
    We only talk about your damn charades
    I've attempted but become so desperate to win
    We only talk about your damn charades

    The grass may be greener but you can't even smell
    How did the king included you?
    The grass may be greener but you can't even smell
    How did the king included you?

    [Chorus]
    Beware, beware
    Beware, beware
    Beware, beware
    Beware?

    Knock, knock, getting on your knees tonight
    Kicking the boys, you want me back
    But the dead was alive when I go to the beach
    How could I leave? How could I leave?

    Hurricane always came when the season?s complete
    Yellow hair over there, now I?ve got to compete
    With a bang on the hand and there's something in the air

    I've attempted but become so desperate to win
    We only talk about your damn charades
    I've attempted but become so desperate to win
    We only talk about your damn charades

    The grass may be greener but you can't even smell
    How did the king included you?
    The grass may be greener but you can't even smell
    How did the king included you?

    [Chorus: x2]
    Beware, beware
    Beware, beware
    Beware, beware
    Beware, beware Writer/s: DEREK MILLER, SYDNEY ALEXIS KRAUSS
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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