Taio Cruz - Hangover

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Hangover

I got a hangover, (wo-oh!)
I been drinking too much for sure
I got a hangover, (wo-oh!)
I got an empty cup
Pour me some more
 
So I can go until I blow up, (eh)
And I can drink until I throw up, (eh)
And I don't ever ever want to grow up, (eh)
I want to keep it going, keep (keep) it going, (going, going, going...)
 
[Taio]
I got a little bit trashed last night, (night)
I got a little bit wasted, (yeah yeah)
I got a little bit mashed last night, (night)
I got a little shit faceted, (yeah yeah)
 
Oh oh oh oh oh
 
I’m gonna roll
If you don’t know
Well now you know
 
[Taio Cruz - Hook]
I got a hangover, (wo-oh!)
I been drinking too much for sure
I got a hangover, (wo-oh!)
I got an empty cup
Pour me some more
 
So I can go until I blow up, (eh)
And I can drink until I throw up, (eh)
And I don't ever ever want to grow up, (eh)
I want to keep it going, keep (keep) it going (come on!)
 
[Flo Rida - Rap Verse]
Drink up cuz a party ain't a party til you ride on thru it
End up on the floor you can't remember, you clueless
Officer like 'What the hell is you doin'?'
Stumbling, fumbling, you wanna what? come again?
Gimme Henn, gimme gin, gimme liquor, gimme champagne bubbles til I'm bent
What happens after that you inspired, tell a friend
Just like my homie Taio, we can all sip again,
get it in and again and again.
Leave evidence
Wasted, so what? Irrelevant
Beer keg to the head, who selling it?
I got a hangover, that's my medicine.
Don't mean to brag or sound too intelligent
A little Jack can't hurt this veteran
I show up but I never throw up
So let the drinks go up, pour up
 
[Taio Cruz - Hook]
I got a hangover, (wo-oh!)
I been drinking too much for sure
I got a hangover, (wo-oh!)
I got an empty cup
Pour me some more
 
So I can go until I blow up, (eh)
And I can drink until I throw up, (eh)
And I don't ever ever want to grow up, (eh)
I want to keep it going, keep (keep) it going (come on!)
 
(Going, going, going, going, going, come on!
Going, going, going, going, going, come on!)
 
I got a hangover, (wo-oh!)
I been drinking too much for sure
I got a hangover, (wo-oh!)
I got an empty cup
Pour me some more
 
So I can go until I blow up, (eh)
And I can drink until I throw up, (eh)
And I don't ever ever want to grow up, (eh)
I want to keep it going, keep (keep) it going (come on!)
 
Kűldve: Ivona ♥ Vasárnap, 29/01/2012 - 13:20
Last edited by Sciera on Péntek, 03/06/2016 - 11:46
Submitter's comments:

These are the official lyrics, taken from the booklet, except for the parts in brackets, and with some changes to formatting and punctuation.

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boracasli    Vasárnap, 29/01/2012 - 17:59

It's not serbian.

dunkelheit    Vasárnap, 29/01/2012 - 18:19

Obviously it isn't, thank you!

Sciera    Szerda, 29/02/2012 - 17:15

I compared it to the lyrics here: http://www.songtexte.com/songtext/taio-cruz/hangover-7b96c2f0.html
I think those lyrics are more complete, so I added the missing parts and some paragraphes.
I also listened to the song and I'm pretty sure that these lyrics here are full of mistakes.
I thought Songtexte.com is a trustworthy source but these lyrics here cannot be right.

Sciera    Péntek, 03/06/2016 - 11:27

Thanks for the info, added it.
I certainly prefer this to the original.

alhornda    Vasárnap, 05/06/2016 - 14:07

Hi Sciera, all,
thanks a lot for letting me know about the updates to the "official" version of the Hangover lyrics. The new version makes more sense and I was able to verify basically all changes. There are just three little things, I am not 100% sure about:
1. "What happens after that you inspired, tell a friend"; when I listen to my version (bought on iTunes "Hangover (feat. Flo Rida)"), I kind of hear an "if" in that line; could you cross-check if Mr. Cruz maybe sings "What happens after that? If you're inspired, tell a friend."
2. "Just like my homie Taio..." is more intuitive, but I still hear "Like oh my homie Taio..."
3. Thanks for the "beer keg" line; just one thing: I always hear "...who's selling it?", but this is hard to distinguish from "...who selling it?" and probably just a matter of taste.
Best regards,
Axel