Treasure Island

Marcquiese Burrell

(2/21/1987 / Baltimore, MD)

Can't Nobody Touch This


Tonight's the night, feeling right, I am celebrating
Got my drinks, turning up, I am elevating
No BS, No drama, I'm emancipated
You can try, but, just know, this can't be replicated

Leaving the troubles behind and make the most of life
A little fun, A little laughter, make for good times
If you came to have a party, come and dance up on my body
Let's live it up, on the floor, get a little naughty

Throw your hands up, move your feet, catch the feeling
Dance the pain away, Sweat it out, as the DJ spins the track
Let the music touch your soul, the 808 shook the ceiling
me and my crew, going dumb, not holding back

I'm feeling hot and sexy
Everybody looking at me
yeah, I'm looking so fly
I'm tipsy as a mother
Got me feeling so high
Tonight, they will discover
there's no stopping this
in this moment, I rule the world
and can't nobody touch this

Submitted: Sunday, June 30, 2013
Edited: Sunday, January 12, 2014
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