Wearing My Rolex

Album: See Clear Now (2008)
Charted: 2
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  • What would we do
    Usually drink, usually dance, usually bubble
    All I want to do is tell you I love you
    That's when I start promising the world to
    A brand new girl I don't even know yet
    Next thing she's wearing my Rolex

    What would we do
    Usually drink, usually dance, usually bubble
    Usually drink, usually dance, usually bubble
    What would we do
    Usually drink, usually dance, usually bubble
    All I want to do is tell you I love you

    All I want to do is tell you I love you
    That's when I start promising the world to
    A brand new girl I don't even know yet
    Next thing she's wearing my Rolex
    Too much champs, don't know where my phone is
    Here's my number, she already knows it
    This chapter's a lot, better close it
    Just a look in her eye was so evil
    Wiley's a party guy and she knows it

    What would we do
    Usually drink, usually dance, usually bubble
    All I want to do is tell you I love you
    That's when I start promising the world to
    A brand new girl I don't even know yet
    Next thing she's wearing my Rolex

    What would we do
    Usually drink, usually dance, usually bubble
    Usually drink, usually dance, usually bubble
    What would we do
    Usually drink, usually dance, usually bubble

    All I want to do is tell you I love you
    That's when I start promising the world to
    A brand new girl I don't even know yet
    Next thing she's wearing my Rolex
    Too much champs, don't know where my phone is
    Here's my number, she already knows it
    This chapter's a lot, better close it
    Just a look in her eye was so evil
    Wiley's a party guy and she knows it
    What would we do

    Usually drink, usually dance, usually bubble
    All I want to do is tell you I love you
    That's when I start promising the world to
    A brand new girl I don't even know yet
    Next thing she's wearing my Rolex
    What would we do
    What would we do

    All I want to do is tell you I love you
    That's when I start promising the world to
    A brand new girl I don't even know yet
    Next thing she's wearing my Rolex
    Too much champs, don't know where my phone is
    Here's my number, she already knows it
    This chapter's a lot, better close it
    Just a look in her eye was so evil
    Wiley's a party guy and she knows it
    What would we do

    Usually drink, usually dance, usually bubble
    All I want to do is tell you I love you
    That's when I start promising the world to
    A brand new girl I don't even know yet
    Next thing she's wearing my Rolex Writer/s: GARETH KEANE, JOSEPH STONE, LAWRENCE DAVIS, PAUL KLEIN, RICHARD COWIE
    Publisher: MUSICWORKS INTERNATIONAL, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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  • Chloe from Cornwall, United Kingdomwhat a groovy song lol
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