Whatcha Think About That

Album: Doll Domination (2008)
Charted: 9
  • Ladies!
    Now if your dude ain't actin' right you tell that dude (he got to go)
    If that dude be claiming that he broke you tell that dude (he got to go)
    If he want chu too stay in the house every day and night tell him (he got to go)
    If he wanna run the streets then you run the streets too and you tell him (he got to go)


    Baby, baby
    Somebody's gonna cry tonight
    Baby, baby, baby. Baby
    But it won't be my tears tonight oh
    So watcha think about that (oh)
    Watcha think about it (oh)
    Watcha think about that, (oh) that, that

    Ooh baby
    Tonight we gone switch up I'll do you, you do me
    Tonight you gone stay home while I'm runnin' the (oh!) streets
    What do you, what you do, what do you, what you do think about that (oh!) baby?
    What do you, what you do, what do you, what you do think about that baby!
    I'm a let chu play my cards
    So you can feel like workin' hard
    And when you just fall should let you call
    So I can see it!

    Baby, baby
    Somebody's gonna cry tonight
    Baby, baby, baby, baby
    But it won't be my tears tonight oh
    So watcha think about that (oh)
    Watcha think about it (oh)
    Watcha think about that, (oh) that, that

    Ooh baby
    Tonight you gone call me a thousands times
    Tonight I'm gone make up a thousands lies
    What do you, what you do, what do you, what you do feel about that baby?
    What do you, what you do, what do you, what you do feel about that baby!
    I'm a let chu play my cards
    So you can feel like workin' hard
    And when you just fall should let you call
    So I can see it!

    Baby, baby
    Somebody's gonna cry tonight (that's right)
    Baby, baby, baby, baby
    But it won't be my tears tonight oh
    So watcha think about that (oh)
    Watcha think about it (oh)
    Watcha think about that, (oh) that, that
    Ooh baby

    Baby, baby (baby)
    Somebody's gonna cry tonight (somebody's gonna cry tonight)
    Baby, baby, baby, baby
    But it won't be my tears tonight oh (oh oh oh)
    So watcha think about that (oh)
    Watcha think about it (oh) (tell me)
    Watcha think about that, (oh) that, that
    Ooh baby

    Ooohhh baby
    Hey

    Ladies!
    Now if your dude ain't actin' right you tell that dude (he got to go)
    If that dude be claiming that he broke you tell that dude (he got to go)
    If he want chu too stay in the house every day and night tell him (he got to go)
    If he wanna run the streets then you run the streets too and you tell him (he got to go)
    Yea

    Baby, baby
    Babe baby
    Baby somebody's gonna cry tonight oh, oh
    Somebody's gonna cry tonight
    Baby! Writer/s: ESTHER DEAN, JASON LAMONT PERRY, MELISSA ELLIOTT, MICKAEL STEPHANE FURNON, LATONYA JAMERSON, JAMAL F. JONES
    Publisher: Peermusic Publishing, Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management, REACH MUSIC PUBLISHING
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