Loose Rap

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  • I'm sick and tired of the loose rap

    Uh, now now, yeah
    For the 01,
    I know you can come better
    Can come better than that
    So you can kill all your loose rap
    babygirl

    How many times i tell you don't come to me?
    Don't bringing me all of that jealousy
    Cause you got envy (don't hate me baby)
    Talk smack behind my back
    Then when you see me
    You try to come up and talk to me (don't talk to me)
    I'm not saying nothing (nothing)

    I know you can come better
    Can come better than that
    Don't come here with all that loose rap
    You can keep that
    I know you can come better
    Can come better than that
    I'm sick and tired of the loose rap
    You can save that, save that

    To many times you guys would come step to me
    I guess you call yourself booking me
    But do i look easy? (well, it ain't easy)
    Well, it never hurts to try
    I just might let you call me
    I hope you don't plan on bugging me
    That would be ugly

    I know you can come better
    Can come better than that
    Don't come here with all that loose rap
    You can keep that
    I know you can come better
    Can come better than that
    I'm sick and tired of the loose rap
    You can save that, save that

    I know you can come better
    Can come better than that
    Don't come here with all that loose rap
    You can keep that
    I know you can come better
    Can come better than that
    I'm sick and tired of the loose rap
    You can save that, save that

    To many times i hear trying to knock at my crew
    Well, we've got something for all the fools
    It ain't just rhythm and blues
    If you just quit trying to compete, yeah
    No telling what you could be
    Might even be doper than me(i doubt it!)

    I know you can come better
    Can come better than that
    Don't come here with all that loose rap
    You can keep that
    I know you can come better
    Can come better than that
    I'm sick and tired of the loose rap
    You can save that, save that

    I know you can come better
    Can come better than that
    Don't come here with all that loose rap
    You can keep that
    I know you can come better
    Can come better than that
    I'm sick and tired of the loose rap
    You can save that, save that

    I know you can come better
    Can come better than that
    Don't come here with all that loose rap
    You can keep that
    I know you can come better
    Can come better than that
    I'm sick and tired of the loose rap
    You can save that, save that Writer/s: Stephen Garrett, Eric N Seats, Rapture N Stewart
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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