070 Shake – Come Back Home Lyrics

070 Shake Come Back Home Lyrics

I’m sorry mama, yea yea
Never let me down, down, down, down, down
Would you bring me up, yea
Would you bring me up, nah, nah, nah, yea
Would you bring me up uh but it’s okay

I’m sorry mama
Your little angel is sinning
I danced with the devil
For one song
I danced with the devil
For one song
Now is it ok if I come back home?
Is it ok if I come back home?
Is it ok if I come back home?
Is it ok if I come back home?

It don’t matter what you’re doin’
People gonna judge you too it
That is just the way of the humans
Oh
I found out I was your last ride home
I found out I was your last ride home

Block out the noise my love
What’s good for them ain’t good for us
All I know
There’s so many things that we don’t know
On and on
We kept on going for at least eight songs
For at least eight songs
Uh uh

I found out I was your last ride home
I found out I was your last ride home
I know I should’ve seen the signs that you had done this before
I was running out of time and you were hard to ignore
I found out I was your last ride home

Just do this again, I don’t wanna know
I won’t do this again everybody knows
This one talks ’bout that one
That one talks blah blah
Tell me something more than how much more you got
She’s been working on it
In the streets at night
That’s my secret lover
From time to time

This one talks ’bout that one
That one talks blah blah
Tell me something more than how much more you got
She’s been working on it
In the streets at night
That’s my secret lover
From time to time

This one talks ’bout that one
That one talks blah blah
Tell me something more than how much more you got
She’s been working on it
In the streets at night
That’s my secret lover
From time to time

This one talks ’bout that one
That one talks blah blah
Tell me something more than how much more you got
She’s been working on it
In the streets at night
That’s my secret lover
From time to time

    Lyrics Details:

  • Written by: Danielle Balbuena, Dave Hamelin, Ilya Salmanzadeh, Mike Dean
  • Album: You Can't Kill Me
  • Released: 2022