Feds Watching

Album: B.O.A.T.S II: Me Time (2013)
Charted: 66
  • Ooh ooh ooh tomorrow, tomorrow (tomorrow, tomorrow)
    Tomorrow, tomorrow (tomorrow, tomorrow) yea
    Tomorrow, tomorrow (tomorrow, tomorrow) talkin' right now
    Tomorrow, tomorrow (tomorrow, tomorrow) I'm talkin' right now
    Tomorrow, tomorrow (tomorrow, tomorrow) ain't no such thing as tomorrow
    Tomorrow, tomorrow (tomorrow, tomorrow) the way we livin' today
    Tomorrow, tomorrow (tomorrow, tomorrow) talkin' right now

    (2 Chainz!) dreads hang on designer everything
    Mr. Comme des Garçons, Mr. Alexander Wang
    Mr. Chain, pinky ring, flow insane, ho insane
    Man, these shoes I got on, these the hardest I've done seen
    It look clean when you pour it; I remix it make it dirty
    If she got good head and text me I text back and tell her "hurry"
    This that category five when I walk up in the strip club
    Throw it high, make you and George Washington head butt
    OG's never fed us, now young niggas fed up
    Ballin' so hard, I deserve a and one
    Baking soda marketing, I'm getting it ain't I? Obviously
    You a bitch, you a ho, that's just my philosophy
    And I'm known to kick it like the captain of a soccer team
    Billie Jean red leather same color Red Lobster
    And she brain wash ya, head doctor
    I'm be fresh as hell if the Feds watching

    I'm be fresh as hell if the Feds watching (yeah)
    I'm be fresh as hell if the Feds watching (yeah)
    I'm be fresh as hell if the Feds watching (tell 'em)
    Drop top, head bopping

    I'm be fresh as hell if the Feds watching (yeah)
    I'm be fresh as hell if the Feds watching (true!)
    I'm be fresh as hell if the Feds watching (yeah)
    Drop top, head bopping

    Grams to Grammy's, two guns Yosemite
    Niggas put their Glock on your ass, fuck that Heather B
    Pumping that amphetamine, all this D I'm peddling
    I be somewhere settling, somewhere that you have never been
    To the top you never been, you might need a respirator
    Money on the rise like I'm counting on a elevator
    You gon' need a detonator swimming with them barracudas
    Put the rocket on that ma'fucka prosecutor
    This Armani, this Givenchy, I parachute you
    I'm so fly I jumped out the air wearing Gucci (tell 'em!)
    I'm raw, talking California Rolls
    Smoking California weed with California hoes (true!)
    Sending flicks to my partners in the state pen
    I just got some pants made out off snake skin
    See them shades you got on call Ray-Bans
    And the shade I got on cost eight bands

    I'm be fresh as hell if the Feds watching (yeah)
    I'm be fresh as hell if the Feds watching (yeah)
    I'm be fresh as hell if the Feds watching (tell 'em)
    Drop top, head bopping

    I'm be fresh as hell if the Feds watching (yeah)
    I'm be fresh as hell if the Feds watching (true)
    I'm be fresh as hell if the Feds watching (yeah)
    Drop top, head bopping Writer/s: Pharrell Williams, Tauheed Epps
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, RESERVOIR MEDIA MANAGEMENT INC
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