Hustle Hard

Album: Blood, Sweat & Tears (2010)
Charted: 60
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  • (Hustle, hustle, hustle, hustle)

    Same old shit, just a different day
    Out here tryna get it, each and every way
    Momma need a house, baby need some shoes
    Times are getting hard, guess what I'ma do
    Hustle, hustle, hustle, hard
    Hustle, hustle, hustle, hard
    Hustle, hustle, hustle, hard
    Closed mouths don't get fed on this boulevard

    Big bank in my pocket
    Double up with my profit
    See this shit than I cop it
    Gimme that there and than drop it
    Homie, hold up with my mojo
    Peep the whip and the logo
    Twenty four's and they low pro
    I bet she fucking, I know so
    Nigga ain't no doubt about it
    Riding round with that rocket
    Load it up and I cock it
    Send bout a couple off in your noggen
    And hear them eight o' eights and they knocking
    Whole club and they rocking
    Rose in them buckets
    All my homies up in here vibing
    Nigga big shit in my household
    Real niggas I die for
    Creeping off in that Tahoe
    All about their Delagione
    Nigga don't stop the party
    We be getting naughty
    Old kimosabe homie's chiefing cause I'm Marley

    Same old shit, just a different day
    Out here tryna get it, each and every way
    Momma need a house, baby need some shoes
    Times are getting hard, guess what I'ma do
    Hustle, hustle, hustle, hard
    Hustle, hustle, hustle, hard
    Hustle, hustle, hustle, hard
    Closed mouths don't get fed on this boulevard

    Okay now, all I know is hustle
    Get it off the muscle
    Black is my attire
    Keep them sticks off in that cupboard nigga
    I be going hard, bitch I'm going hard
    I just hit the mall
    You just swipe the card
    I'm with a couple Latin broads
    I just do menage
    Fuck you other guys
    Pussy telling lies
    Homie, free my nigga AD
    Fuck yopu niggas pay me
    Swagging in my saline
    Two door coupe Mercedes
    I am too much for you buster's
    Bitches I don't trust em
    Fuck em once, I fuck em
    Lust em never love em
    They won't play me for no sucker, play me for no paper
    Make my bitches stomp her
    Alpha zeta mega, better no-one really on it
    Drive it, bet I own it
    Money is involved, better know I'm on it
    That's wording to my mother
    Gotta get it one way or another
    I put that on my brother
    I'm out here on the come up
    But it's

    Same old shit, just a different day
    Out here tryna get it, each and every way
    Momma need a house, baby need some shoes
    Times are getting hard, guess what I'ma do
    Hustle, hustle, hustle, hard
    Hustle, hustle, hustle, hard
    Hustle, hustle, hustle, hard
    Closed mouths don't get fed on this boulevard Writer/s: ANTOINE MCCOLISTER, LEXUS LEWIS
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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