And who can blame her
You complaining 'bout every time you out, you come back she pout
Sleeping back to back, this is wack
Cole is talking to himself here when he says, “you.” He is pondering instances of him complaining to his girl about the fact that she gets upset when he returns to her.
He understands, though, that she has good reason to stress and worry about his behavior outside the home — his possible infidelity through her constant loyalty and the general fact that they spend so much time apart.
All of this has an unwanted effect on their relationship: they aren’t even affectionate in bed anymore.
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