The way that you say my name.
Victoria Gouveia feat. no access – Beautiful Lie (prod. by dF) / Lyrics are in the description.
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Victoria Gouveia feat. no access – Beautiful Lie (prod. by dF) - Lyrics
Ouuu i like your taste, I like the way, I like to hear the way that you say my name
I don't wanna play no games don't wanna play, dont wanna play, any of your stupid games
You're hard to get, I get you wanna make me chase, lose my breath with every single move you make, please don't make me wait, please don't make me wait
Don't care what you gotta say, but i wanna know whatcha doin later and maybe we could take it slow
Don't you dare tell nobody, they don't wanna know
But i wanna know what you can do with that body
I could keep it quiet, baby we could keep it on the low, and if you it want do it we could do this whole thing nice and slow, gonna keep you curious gonna your toes...
I wanna hear you say, that you like that way
And maybe i can change, that expression on your face
At your apartment and the rooms lit
Walk in looking like i came up outta Ruth’s Chris
I’m only 24 but i move quick
Got my own place with the white bricks
You know what that means, no rules all cool you can come as yourself , yeah
It’s late enough to dream lucid
I don’t give 2 shits about your ex man baby
I don’t want to feel shit
I need to get away from what i deal with
Give you a kiss from a rose
mixing hypnotic and smoking green on that teal shit
You with them red lips bout...
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