Lupe Brown

Album: Here We Stand (2008)
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  • [Chorus: ]
    Well just slow down, come on Lupe Brown
    Tell Desdemona that I'm ready to leave
    Well she's nothing much to look at and she's hard to believe
    Don't go down, throw you're arms around
    Every little psycho that you happen to see
    Well you meant everything to them but you meant nothing to me

    Well you're girlfriend made me itch
    And though I'll keep you in mind I would be happy to switch
    I don't know where you got that voice
    But I would sell it to London, if you gave me the choice
    Check those old clothes and those red bows
    Though you're a scrawny pup, I would be happy just to cheer you up, oh yes, oh

    [Chorus: ]

    You got nothing I wish to steal
    'Cause I got nothing to give you on account of Lucille
    She don't walk like a cripple should
    Well she's Colombia's finest oh, she's better than good, oh
    Wednesday's DJ's came in side ways
    Yelling for the mother of the sister of the sister and the brother of Orla, the tease

    [Chorus: ] Writer/s: JOHN LAWLER
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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