Homewrecker

Album: The Autobiography (2017)
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  • She said everything you say is a lie
    I text you and you never reply
    Sometimes I wish I woulda been with a regular guy
    All these years and you gon' string me on like that?
    Like a puppet and Gepetto when you know I'mma snap
    You don't understand the power that you have to affect me
    Could use it for good, but you'd rather neglect me
    You keep pulling me back like a Chinese finger trap
    I try to let go, but you just won't let me
    I guess that she could sense the sex in the morning
    Judging by the way she kept texting and calling
    Phone blowing up, you say you never ignore me
    She found a rubber in the crib
    She got the evidence on me, damn

    And that's my fault, I made mistakes, G
    I knew you was crazy, but not this crazy
    And I opened the door, I shoulda known better
    But who'd've ever thought you'd be the wifey and a homewrecker

    She flipped the kitchen table and broke a water glass
    Screamed, "Bitch, come out here, I'm coming for yo ass"
    I screamed back like, "Please stay in the bathroom
    Whatever you do, do not leave the bathroom"
    She in the room, ass out like a baboon
    Looking extra hot like a vacay in Cancun
    My girl tryna swing on a nigga with a damn broom
    Now look at the mess we made, baby

    And that's my fault, I made mistakes, G
    I knew you was crazy, but not this crazy
    And I opened the door, I shoulda known better
    But who'd've ever thought you'd be the wifey and a homewrecker
    Damn, the wifey and a homewrecker
    Who'd've ever thought you'd be the wifey and a homewrecker
    Shit

    I knew you was crazy, I knew you was crazy, but goddamn
    Who'd've ever thought we'd take it this far
    We like to get drunk and get pissed off, but this, dog?
    My chick start ringing every buzzer on the wall
    Fienin' on a nigga like an addict in withdrawals
    My other chick hiding in the bathroom in her drawers
    And me, I'm the middle just like Malcolm in the hallway
    Like, "Please, don't pull a fuckin' stove out the wall, babe
    I knew you was crazy, I knew you was crazy"
    She said, "You don't know what you do to me, baby"
    I say, "I do," she say, "You don't," I say, "Let go," she say, "I won't"
    Now we wrestlin' in the kitchen, "How the hell you get so strong?"
    She pull addresses out the cabinet, all the knives fell on the floor, whoa
    I drive you crazy, but you love that shit
    I'm looking down at the knives, "Please, don't cut that bitch
    I mean, she ain't know I was yo nigga"
    (Open up!)
    She like, "It's time to go, nigga, peace"
    And then police come in the crib, looking all out the window
    And shorty come out the bathroom, mad as a schizo
    I wanna speak to her, but as a minority
    I had to hide the weed first, that's a priority
    It feels like Love & Hip-Hop should be recording me
    10 minutes later and we acting so cordially
    I got shorty a car, you came back to the door
    I knew we hit rock bottom as we laid on the floor

    And that's my fault, I made mistakes, G
    I knew you was crazy, but not this crazy
    And I made it happen, I shoulda known better
    But who'd've ever thought you'd be the wifey and a homewrecker
    Damn, the wifey and a homewrecker
    Who'd've ever thought she'd be the wifey and a homewrecker
    I knew you was crazy, I knew you was crazy

    A homewrecker, a homewrecker
    I wanna go back
    A homewrecker, a homewrecker
    A homewrecker, I wanna go back
    A homewrecker Writer/s: Ernest Dion Wilson, Rivers Cuomo, Victor Kwesi Mensah
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, E O Smith Music, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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