You Don't Know Me

Album: Secure The Bag! (2017)
  • Step, step on the curb amongst pagans
    In the endless fight against Satan
    They wanna take me out, it's so blatant
    But I'm so onto man, it's like Taken
    I don't want girls or fame, I want bacon
    Cake and custard bread till I'm baiding
    Out in the Supra, blud, I ain't faking
    Quantum of Solace, stirred and not shaken
    Try and shake me up, I get active
    Never been passive, bro, the block's massive, bro
    Be on duty like Massive mo
    You ain't brown so stop acting, bro
    I save for ages like Buffon
    Just to get my pair of Air Forces
    Now I do the roads in Louboutin
    And I sit down and eat a few courses
    Don't think you know man 'cause of Insta
    Man ah live a movie like Pixar
    Never took a L, boy, I'm the victor
    Wanyama defending that fixture
    Took a gamble, and it paid off
    In the rave, I don't wanna take my shades off
    They call me rich, I'm the kid tryna' face off
    Dat way, offset the girls and I take-off

    Everything's not what it seems
    You think that I'm living life stress free
    'Cause I got a new timepiece and it gleams
    But I'm really out tryna' feed teams
    My bruddas dem are out doing schemes
    Me, I'm on the stage with the beams
    Sitting in the back in the new shaped beems
    Getting friendly and close to the girl of my dreams

    You might think it's perfect, oh
    But you're only seeing the surface, oh
    You don't know me
    You don't know me
    Talking this and that, oh
    But you don't know the half, oh
    But if you want to get to know me
    Then you got to listen closely
    You don't know me

    I glide on pavement, that's skaters
    Told my mum I'm all about papers
    See my dawgs are all about lasers
    Nike tech or Clarks with them blazers
    Man shooting swish like them Pacers
    Ginobli switch the hand pot, whip
    I spin and turn it all hot quick
    The greats are who the man plots with

    When I'm out on the road (when I'm out, I do road)
    Man is shelling down shows (linking up, shutting down shows)
    Think this life is easy (see, you think this life's so easy, but)
    So that's why I'm letting you know

    You might think it's perfect, oh
    But you're only seeing the surface, oh
    You don't know me
    You don't know me
    Talking this and that, oh
    But you don't know the half, oh
    If you want to get to know me
    Then you got to listen closely
    You don't know me

    Everything's not what it seems
    But I'm really out tryna' feed teams
    My bruddas dem are out doing schemes
    Me, I'm on the stage with the beams
    Sitting in the back in the new shaped beem
    Getting friendly and close to the girl of my dreams

    You might think it's perfect
    But you're only seeing the surface
    You don't know me
    You don't know me, yeah
    Talking this and that

    It sounds like Nyge Writer/s: CHE WOLTON GRANT, CRAIG ASHLEY DAVID, NYANDORO KELLY, TRE-JEAN MARIE
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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