Lotus Flower Bomb
by Wale

Album: Ambition (2011)
Charted: 38
  • I'mma rap to you real quick.
    I wanna enjoy the luxury of like, not knowing each other for real. Hol' up

    Lotus flower bomb, firefly
    When I'm low, she take me high
    I can teach you all the sounds of love

    Flower bomb, let me guess your favorite fragrance
    And you got that bomb, huh, I'm tryna detonate you
    No disrespecting baby, just tryna make you smile
    Try to keep my spirits up, that's why I lays it down
    Try to keep your spirits up, lil vodka whatever
    Took you forever to get dressed, I acknowledge your effort
    So I clap for her, she deserves an applause
    Shawty working so hard, she deserve that Vuitton
    Shawty where your baton, racing through my mind like
    She heard that I got that work, I heard that she been on strike
    Care to tell, I read your mind, she been on them dollars first
    Caramel macchiatos when shawty get into work
    I can be your boyfriend be your nigga or a friend with perks
    I'm just tryna work that huh, they just tryna work your nerves
    I'm just tryna read your mind, I'm just tryna feed you mine
    I'm just tryna give you light, they just tryna leave you blind

    [Chorus]
    We're living in a fantasy
    I feel it when you dance with me
    It's feeling like you need to be
    My lady, my baby, yeah
    Can't you see
    I'm talking about eternity
    Tell me would you care to be
    My lady, my baby

    Flower bomb, can I blow up on your mind
    This is not no Sandra Bull, but you're Potion #9
    Navigating through her eyes, destination to her thighs
    And I hate to tell you too much, cuz I stay with too much pride
    And we way too young to know love, maybe not but we don't need no rush
    Don't believe in love at first sight, but I believe in love at first huh
    Can I be with you just one night? I could wear you out inside
    I could tell you like persistence, but I make you cum in tri's
    I just think we need one night, can't decide if I came right
    Easy baby my thing tight, but that lotus flower just ain't right
    I ain't thinking I ain't right, can't decide but I can't fight
    Easy baby you the bomb and all, but I be damned if I do not land mine
    Or at least try, can I speak up? was it peace out? can we eat lunch?
    Can we take shots with your flavor, flat drinks we call A cups
    I just think I need one night, slightly more if it's done right
    With that gorgeous face, I don't know your name, it ain't important babe cuz
    I'mma call you Mine

    [Chorus]

    Cuz I don't know you, you don't know me
    The clock keeps tickin' baby, what's it gonna be
    I don't know you, you don't know me
    Let me teach you all the sounds of love

    Ah, ay, eeh, ahh ohh ooo
    Baby this was for you, lotus Writer/s: OLUBOWALE VICTOR AKINTIMEHIN, TREY WALKER JOHNSON, MIGUEL JONTEL PIMENTEL, SAMUEL DEW, JERRIN HOWARD, JEFFREY JR. JOHNSON
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group, THE ADMINISTRATION MP INC
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