Hold On

Album: Animal Ambition (2014)
  • I woke up this morning, this is insane
    Rich as a motherfucker and ain't much changed
    Open my eyes, no suprise, I'm with a different bitch
    Different day, different ass, different tits
    Strap under my pillow, I don't want the jit
    I'm not supposed to do this shit, but I forget
    The true principles of life are supply and demand
    Guess if you never sold dope it's hard to understand
    My man got knowledge of self, at my back God
    Find out today's mathematics when that Mac go off
    My temper volatile, grew up a violent child
    Fuck a boy scout, I air your ass out
    Nigga, nice chain, dice game, try your luck
    Shoot a couple head cracks, leave while you up
    I'm a fly nigga, my denim vintage
    Gold medal around my neck like I won the Olympics

    We came from nothing, now they saying we straight
    Nigga, hold up, hold on
    Hold on
    These niggas, they watching every dime we make
    Hold up, hold on
    Hold on

    We want that deluxe apartment in the sky with a clear view
    Instead we get the D's in the rear view
    We learn to play the game how it's supposed to be played
    And so you know, you violate, you supposed to be sprayed
    It's not a big deal to me, stay calm
    I'll shoot the shit out of a nigga, then call it Barrel Bonds
    But, if I don't do this shit myself, bet I'll get it done
    Shit on my nigga, you shit on me, we of one
    Used to do graffiti, now look we major
    Don't make me write my name across your face with a razor
    Re-Up, no joke, they say theyis sample the bomb
    This shit can take a two and we cut this bitch with a one
    Watch the fiends stand in line for the potency
    No lactose involved, pure coco leaf
    You can sniff that or cook that to my belief
    That money coming in like we run the streets

    We came from nothing, now they saying we straight
    Nigga, hold up, hold on
    Hold on
    These niggas, they watching every dime we make
    Hold up, hold on
    Hold on

    This shit go how I said, go when it's time to expand
    So say it's over your dead body and that's the plan
    You a gangster for real, you ready to ride?
    Nigga, you gonna die a bad case of too much pride
    Check my DNA, homie I'm a different kind
    Hit the speed dial, that quick I'll get ya lined
    We don't want your block, just cop your work from us
    Those niggas you call allies can't be trust
    That Rollie all gold, I got the Midas touch
    Sometimes it's hard as hell not to touch stuff
    On the phone I heard 'Ye smacked the shit outta a kid
    Now Jimmy got life, go smack him again
    When it's war, it will be war to the bitter end
    If they ever say we lose, I start it again
    Let's sneak the niggas spray that Semi at your momma crib
    With a silencer we couldn't even hear that shit

    We came from nothing, now they saying we straight
    Nigga, hold up, hold on
    Hold on
    These niggas, they watching every dime we make
    Hold up, hold on
    Hold on Writer/s: JOELL ORTIZ, CURTIS JAMES JACKSON, BARRETT STRONG, NORMAN WHITFIELD
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, MUSIC & MEDIA INT'L, INC.
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