Treasure Island

Marcquiese Burrell

(2/21/1987 / Baltimore, MD)

To The Floor


Baby, you looking like you see something you
like to talk to, go head and try me
never, like them others that is easy
let your next move be your best move

most think, because you looking fly
and probably talk a real good game
you be impressed with the life of luxury
Care about none your cars or jewelry
and I know that you know
there is that lack of chivalry
a little bit goes a long way
so show a little of that baby

I like what I see standing in front of me
if you don't mind, I would like to show you
what i'm about, so, check me out

take my hand and follow me
let's take a trip to the floor
and whatever happens, happen
just let the feeling flow
you looking drop dead beautiful
just to let you know

when I took that chance with you
didn't know i'd have the time of my life
Leaving my cares and worries behind
this is the most I have ever felt alive

Submitted: Monday, January 20, 2014

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