Prom Mrs. feat. Mankwe Ndosi

from From the Home of Brown Babies & White Mothers by Big Quarters

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prod. Medium Zach

lyrics

[Chorus]
x2
you shouldn't have set my soul on fire
led me to believe i'm you're one desire

[Brandon Allday]
land of the corporate criminal
and we support so it'll grow
everything i ever wanted or asked for
within arms reach and the grasp short

side of my pinnacle
no other provide identical
could freeze & capture the image (pose)
but couldn't seem to master the mimic (nope)

last album thought my inspiration finished
much to my surprise i kept on living
hit a stride when i pick a side
serve breakfast allday make 'em look laps off pace

i think we in tune clearly
tell me if you want me like amel
she think another buzzing on my cell
need a 25th like ed norton waiting in the bed for him

[Mankwe Ndosi]
why why why why, why why why why
shouldn't have promised me so many things

[Chorus]
x2
you shouldn't have set my soul on fire
led me to believe i'm you're one desire

[Medium Zach]
common theme caffeine for the common fiend
without a drop for weeks feeling out of key
basic migraine throbbing on stage
got then nausea setting in

I'm sure the feeling john had when his pension left him
hope they call pacal corporate thugging it
recession go gold slow getting him his chunk of it
check in the mail the ride home humbling

none up front high go plummeting repeat it
keep it faithful ear drums take a beating
chasing was better than the catching
ran from her face time lapse convinced not attached

not the only one knocking gentleman call
lady friend options open
insignificant who
nah he wouldn't do assuring me he was cool

[Mankwe Ndosi]
why why why why, why why why why
shouldn't have promised me so many things

[Chorus]
x2
you shouldn't have set my soul on fire
led me to believe i'm you're one desire

credits

from From the Home of Brown Babies & White Mothers, released May 5, 2009
(B.Bagaason) Jesus Was A Commie (ASCAP)
(Z.Bagaason) Real Proper Like (ASCAP)
(M.Ndosi)

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