Uncomfortable

Album: Uncomfortable (2015)
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  • Nobody told me you could die like this
    Nobody told me you could die from bliss, yeah
    Nobody told me, nobody told me
    We never ever saw it comin', no, no
    Live it up, live it up
    Nobody ever told us we could die like this
    Live it up, live it up
    Nobody ever told us, we never saw it comin', no
    Live it up, live it up
    Nobody ever told us we could die like this
    Live it up, live it up
    Corrupted by the comfort we (love, love)

    God prepare me for the war
    Comfort be the thing that'll make a king fall
    Eyes on the Lord, gotta grip that blade of the sword
    Tell me how you plan on gettin' swole if you don't ever get sore (hold up)
    They say, Andy, this ain't music for your car
    If they jumpin' ship now, they was never on board
    I got enemies, man they wanna see me on the floor
    I got frenemies, couldn't even tell you who they are
    If you're not driven by the mission, you'll be driven by the cars
    Focused on what you been gettin' more than becomin' who you are
    I tried to point 'em to the Sun, but why they callin' me a star?
    Who woulda thought we set they minds free with these bars?
    In this game, in this biz
    Want the fame, want get rich
    Comfort, everybody wantin' it
    Never knew I could be lost in this
    This my sophomore, gotta go hard
    When the show over, no encore
    I got enough but I want more, want more!

    Nobody told me you die like this
    Nobody told me you could die from bliss, yeah
    Nobody told me, nobody told me
    We never ever saw it comin'

    My own people owned people, but they don't own that
    They say racism dead, man our president is black
    Two terms in the White House, that don't mean jack
    If we still believe our present ain't affected by our past
    First class with a Coach bag, I forgot
    When you start eatin' you lose your hunger then grow fat
    I apologize for Christians with pickets sayin', 'God hates fags'
    I promise Jesus wouldn't act like that
    He said it's hard for a rich man to get to heaven
    When we feel like we don't need God, then we forget Him
    We tell 'em that, if you don't make me money or make me happy
    Then I ain't makin' time for ya', so make it snappy
    And I think lately you mistake me for a cabby
    'Cause this drive that I got put everybody in the backseat
    So if you wanna live a comfortable life
    Make sure you never love nobody, be selfish and never sacrifice

    We got legal weed that'll keep us high
    'Round the world other people die
    Where on earth is my wi-fi?
    Our stomachs full and our pockets fat
    I need love, there's a site for that
    I had more when I had less

    I think I got too comfortable, yeah
    I think I got too comfortable
    I think I got too comfortable, yeah
    I think I got, I know I got
    I think I got too comfortable
    I know I got, I think I got
    I know I got a little too comfortable

    'Scuse me, sorry
    Uh, sorry
    'Scuse me, comin' through
    Sorry, 'scuse me
    No, it's cool
    The next stop is (Uptown) Writer/s: Andrew Aaron Mineo, Gabriel Eugene Lambirth, Kortney Jamaal Pollard, Ramon Ibanga
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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