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AKA – Cross my Heart

AKA  Cross my Heart Lyrics:

I can’t get you out my mind
Ohh baby I need that water
Every time we say goodbye
I wish that I held you longer

Inside
Harder, better, faster, stronger
Absence sweet, my heart gon’ follow
That’s right

Baby I need your body (Soft touch)
Give me good love and give me your trust
You are my one and only, my super model
Where you go, I follow
Cross my heart and hope to die, will never be alone

You know how it go on a late nights
Working like a slave till the daylight
B****** coming at you through the grapevine
Way smart coming at me with a steak knife

What’s beef? Beef is when you…
(nah forget it that’s not the vibe)

You remind me of my Jeep (I wanna ride)
I’ve been thinking ’bout you every twenty-one days
It’s kinda ironic twenty-one is your age
I needed somebody who can give me my space

Only God can judge me, put respect on my name
Singing my praises make me feel like a King
But you ain’t afraid to put me back in my place
When I get stuck in my ways

I can’t get you out my mind
Oh baby I need that water
Every time we say goodbye
I wish that I held you longer

Inside
Harder, better, faster, stronger
Absence sweet, my heart gon’ follow
That’s right

Baby I need your body (Soft touch)
Give me good love and give me your trust
You are my one and only
My super model
Where you go, I follow
Cross my heart and hope to die, will never be alone

You know coloured boys love harder
You can have inches
You can have followers
Photoshop thickness

But if you ain’t got a thick skin
You can’t handle my aura
Battery dead where your phone? Let me call up
Sleeping on the bed
I just pulled up it’s a foreign
Different time zones on my head
Spent my whole December
Checked to go and clear my head (Big bread)

Jabu was using Google to tell the Uber what he was thinking in Zulu
Before the driver turned around and said
Bro I speak really good Englis
I’m busy looking out the window
Thinking how you been
Ever since we met we’ve been speaking
Every morning, every evening
It’s ironic we don’t know how to communicate
We just gotta turn on the volume, we better pray
These are the promises
You gotta say with a ring

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I can’t get you out my mind
Ohh baby I need that water
Every time we say goodbye
I wish that I held you longer

Inside
Harder, better, faster, stronger
Absence sweet, my heart gon’ follow
That’s right

Baby I need your body (Soft touch)
Give me good love and give me your trust
You are my one and only
My super model
Where you go, I follow
Cross my heart and hope to die, will never be alone

Wake up, wake up, wake up
Do what you gotta do
Go make her last name yours
Ever-lasting love
Tattoo, tattoo, tattoo
Invest your sweat and blood
You got, you got the juice
We compliment each other

I can’t get you out my mind
Ohh baby I need that water
Every time we say goodbye
I wish that I held you longer
Inside
Harder, better, faster, stronger
Absence sweet, my heart gon’ follow
That’s right

Baby I need your body (Soft touch)
Give me good love and give me your trust
You are my one and only
My super model
Where you go, I follow
Cross my heart and hope to die, will never be alone

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About The Artist


 

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