Little More Love

Album: Flu Game (2021)
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  • My soul's gettin' tired, always running from the law
    My bruddas are gettin' by, we don't struggle any more
    If you love me how you love me then love me a little more
    If you love me how you love me then love me a little more
    My soul's gettin' tired, always running from the law
    My bruddas are gettin' by, we don't struggle any more
    If you love me how you love me then love me a little more
    If you love me how you love me then love me a little more

    They might love you for an hour then they'll change in a minute
    I need that love that's like a tower, don't hold back or be frigid
    I had a dream that I got locked, you never came for a visit
    People claim their loves eternal but I'm questioning is it
    My diamonds Milly Rock
    But they're on molly rock
    This Scotti got me noddin' off
    This shit is poppin' off
    We make the beef a Stroganoff
    Won't take another loss
    I'm duckin' from these Babylon
    I keep the battle on
    Get home and stick the kettle on
    Don't take my kettle off
    My pagans wanna settle off
    On God, you're better off
    You switch, we turn the metal on
    We make the weather strong
    They try but they won't get along
    Go make a better song

    My soul's gettin' tired, always running from the law
    My bruddas are gettin' by, we don't struggle any more
    If you love me how you love me then love me a little more
    If you love me how you love me then love me a little more
    My soul's gettin' tired, always running from the law
    My bruddas are gettin' by, we don't struggle any more
    If you love me how you love me then love me a little more
    If you love me how you love me then love me a little more

    I keep my circle A1, it's tight, my niggas know what's best
    Got God so we don't walk with a vest
    My names Ché, the revolution leader from west
    So I leveled up and got Guevara inked on my chest
    And I'm from Trinidad
    My fam are big and bad, get busy, we ain't kickin' back
    Lick shots, we're lickin back
    The oppers I ain't in to dat
    Reload get rid of dat
    It's New York on my fitted hat
    We smoke Gorilla pack
    And in the ends it pops off, parties get locked off
    Barrels are lock stocked, cruisin' in a drop-top
    I got a point to prove, that's for real
    Changed how we do it, went platinum with no deal

    My soul's gettin' tired, always running from the law
    My bruddas are gettin' by, we don't struggle any more
    If you love me how you love me then love me a little more
    If you love me how you love me then love me a little more
    My soul's gettin' tired, always running from the law
    My bruddas are gettin' by, we don't struggle any more
    If you love me how you love me then love me a little more
    If you love me how you love me then love me a little more

    (Yoz, what you tellin' me?)

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