Because I'm Me

Album: Wildflower (2016)
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  • If she don't love me, what can I do?
    Just put on my best pair of shoes
    Because I, I'm me
    Because she said, "he's the one that drill the charms
    Honey let's go wrong"
    I just want to know
    What's wrong with me?
    Being in love with you

    9th grade had the jingles of the swinging rainbow jacket
    Law slain go only Django
    Snap he accomplished
    That's where my props go
    That's where my pops went
    See my percentage is a pennant to the planet
    Knock it out the ball park, Frankie
    I should not tire this tire
    To a better love, let the wings spread
    It'll always come back, baby
    Come back, shellac black, baby
    A come back, flat black paint on a Chevy

    If she don't love me, what can I do?
    Just put on my best pair of shoes
    Because I'm me
    Because I, I'm me
    Because I, I'm me
    Because I'm me, I'm me

    Never mind my tone when I told Pretty Tony
    Listen to my tone, you ain't catchin' you a Tony
    Award-winning walk when you running with a shottie
    Why you running from us?
    Why you messing with us?
    We ain't got no guns, we just let the bears witness
    The Grizzly, maybe Polar
    You ain't ready, you ain't ready 'ready rolled up
    Pulling a machete, cut the bamboo paper
    And let's roll out baby

    I just want to know
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 4

  • Anonymousthe song at the end is Frankie sinatra, also by the avalanches
  • A-a-ron from Smack-ya-mental, Ca Aye, just so you know, the song sample is Six Kids In Trouble, Why Can't I Get it Too. Which some consider early hip hop. Before Cool Herc and his break beat of.apache.
  • AnonymousThe song at the end is by Bobby Sox Idol "Frank Sinatra"
  • Curious from BostonWhat is the song that plays at the end of this track?
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