Marcquiese Burrell

Rookie - 123 Points (2/21/1987 / Baltimore, MD)

Come Hate Me


I was feeling hella good
Stepping up into the club
Got that red hot carpet look
Music got me fired up
check this, all eyes on me
that's right, they show me love tonight
That's right, Gonna live it up tonight

watch me, watch me work the floor
i'm going have them wanting more
i'm going show them how it's done
live my life and have some fun
jealous groupies, jealous groupies
Come hate me, come hate me

Pleasing me, I like the attention
seeing me, i'm tough competition
Talk trash and I will beat your face in
you want it, I could get things blazing


You keep giving me the look
Like you want me to come over
if I come in your direction
then you better have a number
got you buying me a drink
And it got me to think

Let me, let me, work this game
i'm going so ignite this flame
bet you want to taste the flavor
but you not going see me later
I just got my life for the night
obsessed groupies, obsessed groupies
come love me, come love me

Pleasing me, I like the attention
you seeing me, I know it's temptin'
Talk a good game, how bad you want it
So bad you want to put your name on it

Submitted: Thursday, August 29, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, December 31, 2014
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