Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Work Out by J. Cole

Work Out Work Out by J. Cole 


Lyrics: 



"Work Out"

I wanna see you work for me, work out for me

Hey, we got a good thing
Don't know if I'm a see you again
But is that a good thing?
Cause girl I can't be your man, no ma'am
I know what's on your brain
You're probably hopin' never would end
Like is it the real thing
Or is it just a one night stand

Let me see you get high and go low
Now girl won't you drop that thing down to the floor
I'm here for one night, how far would you go?
I wanna see you work out for me, work out for me

Ha! now go low
Now girl won't you drop that thing down to the floor
I'm here for one night, how far would you go?
I wanna see you work out for me, work out for me

[Verse 1:]
She like them boys with the big ol' chains
Ride around town in the big ol' Range
I knew her when I rock big ol' chains
Now the little nigga doing big ol' things
Would you look at that, I came back for her
Just to give it to ya, like you asked for it
Man that thing in them jeans too fat for her
It rebounds so I caught it off the backboard
I told her, baby girl come here
Know I run the town even when I ain't from there
And I brag hardly but just to show up at this party I made
What your nigga make in one year, that's unfair but
So is life, take a chance roll a dice
Money can't buy you love cause it's over priced
Don't overthink just hope it's right
I'm only here for the night

Hey, we got a good thing
Don't know if I'm a see you again, see you again
But is that a good thing?
Cause girl I can't be your man, no ma'am
I know what's on your brain
You're probably hope it never would end
Like is it the real thing
Or is it just a one night stand
Well then

Let me see you get high and go low
Now girl would you drop that thing down to the floor
I'm here for one night, how far would you go?
I wanna see you work out for me, work out for me
High and go low
Now girl won't you drop that thing down to the floor
I'm here for one night, how far would you go?
I wanna see you work out for me, work out for me

[Verse 2:]
Carolina blue kicks, fresh on the scene
Hottest nigga on the block, damn girl you mean
They be starting shit, but it's your world
On my Martin shit, you go girl
She bad and you know it, some niggas save Hoes
I'm not that heroic
Could you be my escort
Cause just like them two door Fords
Damn, they don't make 'em like you no more
Cole World, real Cole World
Them boys cool, me I'm on fire
Know what's on my mind, tryna see what's on yours tonight
Tonight, tonight
Move slow, cause you wanna live fast
Up late so you probably skip class
Life is a test so before the night pass get right
Get right

Hey, we got a good thing
Don't know if I'm a see you again, see you again
But is that a good thing?
Cause girl I can't be your man, no ma'am
I know what's on your brain
You're probably hoping it never would end
Like is it the real thing or is just a one night stand
Well then

(Cole World)

Straight up, now tell me do you really wanna love me forever
Oh, oh, oh
Or is it just a hit and run

(Well, hey)

Straight up I tell ya I just really wanna cut when we together
Oh, oh, oh
Come here girl, let's get it on

(Work out for me, work out for me)

Straight up now tell me do you really wanna love me forever?
Oh, oh, oh
Or is it just a hit and run

Well, Straight up I tell ya I just really wanna cut when were together
Oh, oh, oh
Come here girl let's get it on

(Work out for me, work out for me)


Bio:

Producer and MC J. Cole was the first artist to signed to Jay-Z’s Roc Nation label. Born in Germany but raised in North Carolina, Cole grew up with a mother who loved rock and folk while his father was a fan of hardcore hip-hop artists like 2Pac and Ice Cube. Graduating high school, his grades were good enough to earn a scholarship, but hip-hop had taken hold of his life and he had decided that N.Y.C. was where artists went to get signed. As such, he attended the city’s St. John's University on an academic scholarship. After numerous days standing outside Jay-Z’s office in hopes of giving him a demo, Cole finally ran into his idol, but the reception was well below chilly. He was shocked then when he received a call from the man weeks later, and even more shocked when he got a chance to contribute to Jay-Z’s 2009 effort The Blueprint 3. That same year he would release the mixtape The Warm Up while 2010 saw the Friday Night Lights mixtape appear with Cole handling most of the production. A year later, Roc Nation released his official debut, Cole World: The Sideline Story.

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