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[Drake] [Chorus:]
This sh-t was all I knew,
You and me only,
I did it all for you,
Still you were lonely,
We could work it out,

Uhh, but I guess things change,
It's funny how someone else's success brings pain,
When ya no longer involved that person has it all,
And you just stuck standing there,

But, Ima need you to say something baby,
Say something baby,
Say something baby,
Ima need you to say something baby,
Say something baby,
Say something baby,

Uhh, I am the topic of conversation, this a celebration,
Lets toast to the fact that I moved out my momma basement,
To a condo downtown because it's all about location,
I sit and drink wine and watch californication of life,
You shoulda been here to kick it with me,
We coulda split this whole thing up 50/50,
But now I'm at the 40-/40 getting b-tches tipsy,
Killing sh-t the ever so talented Mr Ripley,
How I go from being the man that you argue with,
To me and Dwayne Carter putting out the hardest sh-t,
I should wanna go back to the one I started with,
But I'm addicted to this life it's gonna be hard to quit,
Yeah, just ask me how things are coming along,
You can tell me that you never heard none of my songs,
Long as you end up saying one day you plan to listen,
Cos what's a star when it's most important fan is missing?



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