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Verse 1:
Taking money out my pocket,
Spendin how ya wanna.

Want the money and the fame,
Screaming california.

But I can't do these things.
Baby if you want me,
You betta act like it.
'Cause I don't wanna leave.

Chorus: (2x)
I'm inside your heart,
I don't know where to start.

Can you help me?
Can you help me?

Control this Gravity?

Until you love me,
Until you see me.

Don't come botherin me, (baby)
Don't come botherin me.

Verse 2: (Ciarah Lee)
You ain't got no say in my life,
Live it how I wanna.

Tryna avoid all the stress drama,
needin closure.

And if you still wanna part,

I just don't owe you at all.

(You owe me)


Verse 3: (Ciarah Lee) Rap
Here we go stressin again,
Why it's like I'm the only one who is?
The conflict gets in my subconscious,
and I'm just fightin myself for confidence, I'm

Always gettin hurt.
Then I doubt myself questioning my self worth,
I get mad then wanna use more than just words,
sometimes I wanna be the one to give what they deserve.

But naw, Be a better person,
You get your point across without cursin,
I haven't come this far for no purpose,
I guarantee you call after a lurkin,
Use wisdom as a diversion,
Lack of will cause things to worsen.

Be the version of the surface you wish 
to come back on you don't be workin, I Be
So pure and genuine with all my interactions,
But I don't get it in return 'cause people always taxin.

Try to find peace,
But people aim to be distractions.

Confront with compassion to cleanse my inner madness.

Copyright © Anthony Scandrick II | Year Posted 2016


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