Dynamite

Album: Forget the World (2014)
  • Party people, your dreams have now been fulfilled
    Fuck that fake shit
    It's time to get real!
    It's a party I've been hearing that you don't know
    And if you didn't come to party, then you gotta go
    Hands up in the sky, wave 'em round from side to side
    Got you feeling? how you feeling?
    How you feeling?
    Dynamite!
    Hands up in the sky, wave 'em round from side to side
    Got you feeling? how you feeling?
    How you feeling?
    Dynamite!

    What them ladies say? hey!
    Ladies, what them ladies say? hey!
    Ladies, what them ladies say? hey!
    Yeah, dogg we got your back!
    What my homies say, homie say?
    What my gangsta say, gangsta say?
    Gangsta bored, gangsta say
    Yeah dogg, we got your back
    We want it like we own it, yeah
    We beat it till we beat it, yeah
    And only you can give it to us cause you know
    We need it, yeah
    Let the music play, I'm gon' say what I'm gon' say
    Stack that stack, blue back
    Afrojack that's my dj!
    So, we gon' continue to do what we've done
    All around the world, for real my name
    Fucked it up!

    It's a party I've been hearing that you don't know
    And if you didn't come to party, then you gotta go
    Hands up in the sky, wave 'em round from side to side
    Got you feeling? how you feeling?
    How you feeling?
    Dynamite!
    Hands up in the sky, wave 'em round from side to side
    Got you feeling? how you feeling?
    How you feeling?
    Dynamite!

    Pour some other shit, all them bitches lovin' it, lovin' it
    We covered it
    I never give up my double name
    But I'm shove it, I'm poppin' it
    With my locky approach, you wanna be on my team
    Bitch I'm the coach
    Let's go straight to the locker room
    Get dressed and hit the grass,
    Cakin' makin' that cash
    Break it, shakin' that ass
    For a player, spray your layers
    Say a rhyme or two, designer shoe
    I'ma do a crown or two
    Find time, spend a little time with you

    Yeah, man! ha ha
    Yeah man!
    Drinks in the air,
    Smokin' on a flat blunt
    Turnt down for what?!
    Nigga, we turnt up
    Drinks in the air,
    Smokin' on a flat blunt
    Turnt down for what?!
    Nigga, we turnt up
    Drinks in the air,
    Smokin' on a flat blunt
    Turnt down for what?
    Nigga, we turnt up
    Up! up! up! up!

    Drinks in the air,
    Smokin' on a flat blunt
    Turnt down for what?
    Nigga, we turnt up
    Drinks in the air,
    Smokin' on a flat blunt
    Turnt down for what?
    Nigga, we turnt up
    Drinks in the air,
    Smokin' on a flat blunt
    Turnt down for what?
    Nigga, we turnt up
    Drinks in the air,
    Smokin' on a flat blunt
    Turnt down for what?
    Nigga, we turnt up Writer/s: CALVIN BROADUS, URALES VARGAS, JAMAL JONES, NICK VAN DE WALL
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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