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​Celebrate

This song is by Anderson .Paak and appears on the album Malibu (2016).

Time never cares if you're there or not there
All you ever needed was a simple plan
But you're doing well, I mean you're not dead
So let's celebrate while we still can

I know what they say, I could give or care
They talk so much on me, I must be doing something right
I saw my son today in the likeness of a full grown man
So I'll celebrate while I still can

Ooh, on a clear day you can see West L.A., even downtown
I remember when I couldn't even see the point
Of stepping out the motherfucking house
Let it go, let it go, let it go, let it go, let it go
I came to (fixing up the tree I've come to)
Ooh, I came too far (the church, resting under the stars)

How many others have walked the same ground you have
You'll be wise to pay attention to your old head
I spent the whole day throwing records in the deep end
So let's celebrate while we still can

Captivated, the fruits of my family tree
Where would I be without you, what would you do without me
It'd be a bad look talkin' 'bout what could have been
So let's celebrate while we still can

Ooh, on a clear day you can see West LA, even downtown
I remember when I couldn't see the point
But now I'm at the point where I got it figured out now
Let it go, let it go, let it go, let it go, let it go
I came to (fixing up the tree I've come to)
To (the church, resting under the stars)

Do not be concerned about the money in your brother's hand
What's mine is yours, I thought you knew me better than that
I was under the impression that we all want the best of life
So let's celebrate while we still can

The partnership of the, the board
And the body of the fellow that is doing the maneuvers
In the fluent directions with the, with this wave
Is what interests me
Now chaotic surfing, nervous surfing, and uh, uh
Surfing power, it has its, has its merits
And I, uh, I can, it fascinates me
That's just not my direction, I
I can only speak for myself

Written by:

Anderson Paak