I Don't Know

Album: 8701 (2001)
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    All my niggas, take a walk with me
    You ain't gotta holla, you can talk with me
    Just try to learn where my thoughts can be and how I stack figures
    Learn why I'm real, still that nigga
    I get money, I ain't gotta do a crime
    Shit, I hit dimes, what I need with a nine
    Before y'all judge me, be clear
    We got nothing but heat here, beware, we here
    What's my name? Got chicks twisted, like, what's my game?
    Pimp things still the same
    I smash it, I don't harass it
    Ma, I'm a baller, I score and pass it
    Feel me, still be filthy
    If making hits is a crime, I plead guilty
    And this is what we came to do
    Party, Diddy, Usher, game is through, come on

    It's right around eleven o'clock
    One of your girls just called
    Asked you how you look, are you ready?
    You tell her you look hot
    Not to worry at all
    Niggas will be shook, y'all doing it heavy
    She's telling you she might change
    But you tell her not to
    She know that she looks stunning, it'll be fun
    The club will be full of game
    But none of that has got you
    Me, I think you're running 'cause I'm the one
    You see

    I don't know what you came to do, girl
    What you came to do tonight
    But I came to party oh
    I don't know what you came to do, girl
    What you came to do tonight
    But I came to party

    You're probably thinking to yourself, what's the occasion?
    And believe me, girl, I don't do sex for fun
    The perfect gentleman in every situation
    And the only thing that's missing is the one
    Is it you?

    I don't know what you came to do, girl
    What you came to do tonight
    But I came to party
    I don't know what you came to do, girl
    What you came to do tonight
    But I came to party

    Sing it (la, la, la)
    Ghetto girls (la, la, la)
    Suburban girls (la, la, la)
    International girls, you smell me? (la, la, la, la)
    (La, la, la)
    Ghetto girls (la, la, la)
    Suburban girls (la, la, la)
    International girls, you smell me? (la, la, la, la)

    Had to take the time
    To open up your mind
    That's exactly what you are: open
    You got the mesmerizing grind
    Your shape should be a crime
    Damn baby you're a star, you're smoking

    You're probably thinking to yourself, what's the occasion?
    And believe me, girl, I don't do sex for fun
    The perfect gentleman in every situation
    And the only thing that's missing is the one
    Is it you?

    I don't know what you came to do, girl
    What you came to do tonight (what you came to do)
    But I came to party
    I don't know what you came to do, girl
    What you came to do tonight
    But I came to party

    Sing it (la, la, la)
    Ghetto girls (la, la, la)
    Suburban girls (la, la, la)
    International girls, you smell me? (la, la, la, la)
    (La, la, la)
    Ghetto girls (la, la, la)
    Suburban girls (la, la, la)
    International girls, you smell me? (la, la, la, la)

    It's real serious
    You're so fine, girl
    At the end of the day, I'm going home with you
    I don't know what you came to do, girl
    What you came to do tonight (you're so fine, girl)
    But I came to party (at the end of the day, I'm going home with you) Writer/s: Chad Hugo, Faith Renee Evans, Pharrell L. Williams
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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