Gaz illionaire


Candy Bags


Relationships shouldn’t be like love heart candy,
Open up wrapper and eat what sounds handy,
Its dandy how Mandy gets stuck in her holes,
Holes she dug herself, she dug like a mole,
The good ones taste bitter the bad ones taste nice,
The one that said I love you, you’ve eaten twice.

It’s just a love bug,
Yeah love is a drug,
It’s a nice warm hug in the sheets,
It’s an ice cold hand crafting deceit.

Chew them up just dip your hand in her mix up,
Cola bottles are now beer bottles making tricks up,
You could eat too much and end up sick,
Oh shagging brings new meaning to a sherbet dip,
Savour the taste or just chew them very quick,
Bad behaviour baby let him taste your cherry lips

Your heart is as black as your teeth,
Too much indulgence of things so sweet,
Give her a taste of what you’re holding in your pocket,
You know girls like their meat as well as chocolate.

Relationships shouldn’t be like love heart candy,
Open up wrapper and eat what sounds handy,
Yeah love is a drug,
It’s a nice warm hug in the sheets,
It’s an ice cold hand crafting deceit.

Submitted: Wednesday, January 30, 2008

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