Bubblin'

Album: Single release only (2018)
  • [Verse 1]
    Yeah
    One in the hand, one in the bag, bubblin'
    Look at the cash, look at the cash comin' in
    Come get your man, this lil nigga buggin' me
    Did you see the bag? Quit all that jaw-jackery
    Don't need to pass me that, I don't want none of it (yeah)
    These niggas mad about it, had enough of it
    Woah, watch what you're sayin', how they're poppin' and shakin'
    Got me hot as a laser, my posse deep and iratin'
    And we act a fool for the paper
    Had a dream and I made it
    El Camino on Dayton's
    Vintage Guess over Bape
    Put the bread on me bitch
    Bitch you bet Imma bake it
    Piggy flat in a blanket, I might just roll out today
    I might just roll out to Vegas, head back to my old ways
    Pop the roof from the Asian hoes and do blow all day
    Look at me baby
    Look at me baby
    Don't I look like a million
    I'm 'bout to clean out the safe
    D-don't I look like somebody that just be bodyin' everything
    All that talkin is great but I don't be talkin' I air it out
    All the problems have gotten easy to bury
    I'd rather drown in them Hendrick's, I'd rather kiss on my Mary
    I been broker way longer than I been rich so until it levels out
    Imma take your mama to the Marriott and wear it out
    Took me so long to get it, gonna spread it out
    Let 'em know all about it when I'm dead and gone

    [Hook]
    One in the hand, one in the bag, bubblin' (look at you go)
    One in the hand, one in the bag, bubblin' (look at you go)
    Look at the cash, look at the cash bubblin' (okay you bubblin')
    Look at the cash (look)
    Bubblin' (go)
    One in the hand (look)
    One in the hand (go)
    One in the hand, one in the bag, bubblin' (look at you go)
    Look at the cash, look at the cash, bubblin' (okay you bubblin')
    Look at the cash (look)
    Bubblin'

    [Verse 2]
    I'ma need all the fries you can give me
    All the hot sauce, all the pie you can give me
    Better be all or nothin', don't have me in the middle
    You better be all you can, get higher than the limit
    Simplify for the Dumbos
    Plenty slides, I could shuffle
    Hit the cadence with my young bitch
    Isaac Hayes, Billy Ocean
    But the old hoe with the cane stick
    Left my slippers at the function
    It's hard to run in Gucci slides
    Chick I thought you said you didn't have a husband
    I'ma stud, no cuckold
    Jackie Chan, no travel
    Can't kill up with the beat
    Blood drippin' from the cutthroats
    No Lord, not me, I can never be the one you wanna stunt for
    Money, money, the machine
    Guns, freak the Ferragamo store
    R.I.P. to times that I was broke
    Hopped in like the 911 Porsche
    Matte black, lookin' clean
    Dead prezi's in an envelope
    Cookin up kanat
    Waitin for the antidote
    Runnin' outta town
    Patience thinner than her pantyhose

    [Hook]
    One in the hand, one in the bag, bubblin' (look at you go)
    One in the hand, one in the bag, bubblin' (look at you go)
    Look at the cash, look at the cash bubblin' (okay you bubblin')
    Look at the cash (look)
    Bubblin' (go)
    One in the hand (look)
    One in the hand (go)
    One in the hand, one in the bag, bubblin' (look at you go)
    Look at the cash, look at the cash bubblin' (okay you bubblin')
    Look at the cash (look)
    Bubblin'

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