Regular People (feat. Hamzaa and Lucky Daye)

作詞:Lucky Daye, Hamzaa & Mahalia    作曲:Lucky Daye, Hamzaa & Mahalia

Put your hands up if you love your body
Put your hands up if you love your mommy
Put your hands up if you love your skin
What you wear are the clothes you're in

Do you ever feel there's no way out
Raise 'em if somebody let you down
This one here is for the kind and the peaceful
Put your hands up for the regular people

I don't see nothing wrong with being regular people
Stay right here where we belong with the regular people
We don't have to sing that song just to feel like we're equal
No, we don't have to roll that way, no
Play that game, no
We're just being regular people

Expectations, they can lead to astray from
The way that we are
Need patience, no need for chasin'
There's always tomorrow
I call things just how I see 'em
No filter, no alter ego
No big revelations, I'ma take a break, uh (Yeah, yeah)
'Cause where and what and who we are is good enough
And we're just regular people

I don't see nothing wrong with being regular people
Stay right here where we belong with the regular people
We don't have to sing that song just to feel like we're equal
No, we don't have to roll that way, no
Play that game, no
We're just being regular, regular people

Hang back, chillin' with the crew (Hey)
None of us got nothing left to prove
I'm working on me, true
I can't play by the rules
I know you been lookin' for something valuable
But I value us, babe
I wish that you could see it
Everything you're worth, can't put a price on us, hey
Never mind what they say, do
Can't live my life like they say, so
See, some let us switch sides
But inside they be dyin'
I'm looking for happy
You tryna succeed
You think I'm naive
You tryna deceive
If I don't, who gon love me?
We ain't gotta do it for nobody

Put your hands up if you still believe
Put your hands up if you're still with me
This one here is for the odd and the equal
So put your hands up for the regular people

I don't see nothing wrong with being regular people
Stay right here where we belong with the regular people
We don't have to sing that song just to feel like we're equal
No, we don't have to roll that way, no
Play that game, no
We're just being regular people