Playing Games

Album: Over It (2019)
Charted: 24 16
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  • Whip, bought it
    Crib, got it
    Job, on it
    Did I ever
    Ask you to take me to go
    Shoppin' in Paris or go
    Sailin' overseas and just
    Drape me in Gucci? No
    All I ever asked was you to
    Pick up the phone when you alone
    All I ever asked was you to
    Show me some love, kisses and hugs
    No, I never had an issue
    Go to the club with your boys, baby, I
    Never wanted you to stay too long
    Just wanted you to show me off

    So won't you say my name, say my name?
    If you claim you want me
    It ain't no thang
    You actin' kinda shady
    You ain't been callin' me baby, oh
    Boy, you can go and stop playing games
    Playing games

    I know you say you hit my line
    I'm on your mind, and that
    You want this bad
    So I'm cool with that
    I'm just tryna match your words with your actions
    I need more than satisfaction
    Is you really 'bout that action?
    Really wanna give your all
    But flex in front of your friends
    How that work?
    Swear that you doing the most
    But we take a picture, can't post it
    How that work?
    Quit you're talkin'
    Back that shit up
    Won't you say my, say my

    So won't you say my name say my name?
    If you claim you want me
    It ain't no thang
    You actin' kinda shady
    You ain't been callin' me baby, oh
    Boy, you can go and stop playing games
    Playing games

    Games, games
    Games (oh, games)
    We got London on da Track Writer/s: Aubrey Robinson, Beyonce Giselle Knowles, Cameron Griffin, Fred III Jerkins, Kelendria Trene Rowland, Kendall Roark Baily, Lashawn Daniels, Latavia Roberson, Letoya Nicole Luckett, London Holmes, Rodney Roy Jerkins, Summer Marjani Walker
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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