4rm Me to U

Album: Rich As In Spirit (2018)
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Songfacts®:

  • I can't change the person I am baby
    But I can change the way that I live


    Rich Homie Quan explained the lyric to Billboard: "Basically like, I've been instilled as a child to know right from wrong, but everybody still makes mistakes. It's basically like I can't change nothing I do, I can just work on myself. Like, if I work on myself, I don't have to put myself in trouble's way. I can't stop myself from getting out of trouble, but I can stop myself from putting myself in trouble's way. You see what I'm saying?"

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