Marcquiese Burrell

Rookie - 164 Points (2/21/1987 / Baltimore, MD)

Feels So Good


You'd like a plate?
I'll give you a taste
This delicious cake, is so yummy

Something's cooking in the kitchen, got a treat for you to eat

I love it when you kiss my lips
it's nice and wet, gives you a high
I like how you don't let it drip
the water flows and never dries
feels so good to you

I am coming, you keep going
must be good you have me moaning
You don't stop until the morning
when it rains, it sure be pouring

You feeling hungry? come get this love
Don't stop until it fills you up
feels so good to you
you feeling energized in bed, let's go round two
I'll be good to you

I've been having naughty thoughts of you
whenever I closed my eyes, images I painted
was a glimpse of what would happen tonight
grip onto my hips while I drip on top of you
enter here and park, drive right into me
Want you to put a hurting on my body
stroke it baby, sweat me out, that is what i'm talking about
You put work in like it's nine to five
Passenger, I'll take you for a ride
give me loving long, long time

Submitted: Monday, December 16, 2013
Edited: Saturday, December 28, 2013

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