Sugar (Gimme Some)

Album: Thug Matrimony: Married To The Streets (2004)
Charted: 61 20
  • "Sugar (Gimme Some)"
    (feat. Cee-Lo, Ludacris)

    [Cee-Lo] Uh huh
    [T-Dubl] Yeah
    [Cee-Lo] Aw man I got a sweet tooth, can you dig it
    [T-Dubl] After this one you gon need a root canal then
    [Cee-Lo] I love sugar all of it
    [T-Dubl] This one for all the clean, decent women
    [Cee-Lo] Lay it on me girl
    [T-Dubl] Pay Close Attention

    [Hook: Cee-Lo]
    She put that sugar on my tongue
    she's gonna
    Gimme gimme some
    She put it right there on my tongue (Skeet Skeet)
    Right there on my tongue (She turns me on, like no other)

    [Trick Daddy]
    And gimme some of your butter pecan
    Put it right there on tip of my tongue, hold it
    Right jeeeah
    'cause baby, if I bite you
    I bet you like it
    French Vanilla's a hell of a flavor for me
    With strawberries, two cherries and whipped cream
    The best things are the wet dreams

    And uh, the rest is just a flick without a sex scene
    Or lee, I speak the truth
    'cause the blacker the berry
    The sweeter the juice
    'cause, Florida oranges and Georgia peaches
    When they nice and ripe, they the best for eatin'
    Southern boys we crave for old slice of pie after they main course
    So if you game for it
    I came for it
    I got a thing for ya
    That I can't ignore

    [Hook - 2X]

    She put that sugar on my tongue, tongue
    Yippie Yippie, Yum Yum
    Goodie goodie gum drop
    Put me in a tongue lock
    Did it till my body went numb, numb
    Laid her on her back, back
    Turned her round, gave her bottom a smack, smack
    She's a woman from the block with the best of weed
    But I won't stop till I'm pullin out tracks, tracks
    It was lust at first sight
    And she couldn't help sayin that she wanted to get with me
    And my size was just right
    'cause she wanted a man with a little sec-you're-ity
    Said I been around the world twice
    And my name ring bells from Atlanta to Sic-i-ly
    Said she wanted it all night
    So put the bubbles in the tub and Ludacris in me

    [Hook - 2X]

    Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeeeah Yeeeah Yeah
    Yeah Yeah

    [Trick Daddy]
    Sweetie you look so incredible
    So delicious and so damn edible
    All I need is some honey or syrup
    With a lil' butter to rub down all your curves
    And no need for the lemonade
    Just a twist of lime and some grape cool-Aid
    Can I call you Caramel?
    'cause I'm bout to go coo-coo to taste your Coco Puffs
    One bowl ought to fill me up
    But that milk gotta be cold enough
    So supper time that'll hold me up
    I might choke myself if I don't slow it up, but
    Honey, you look like a honeydew melon
    Or strawberry with the whipped cream filling
    Of the top part of the peach cobbler
    But uh, the fruit platter ought to do me better

    [Hook - 2X] Writer/s: Michael Caren, Kimberly Jones, David Byrne, Maurice Young
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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