New York

Album: Reservation (2012)
Charted: 58
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  • I’m running, running through the jungle
    Running like a slave through the underground tunnel
    Told you all niggas better get these bitches
    'Cause I spit till my lips need 16 stitches
    I am, lyrical intrusion,
    You bitches can’t see me like I’m really an illusion
    I hop upon your face and do my motherfucking tooth that
    Till I know the meat out like a motherfucking toothpick
    Ah, I’m nasty nigga, like Nas like kim, like Cassie bitches
    Like I’m fucking Chris dope or that raspy nigga
    Or the skin on the feet of a ashy nigga
    I am, whatever they say I am
    Bumping like the asses on them thick bitches at stadiums
    Fuck them other bitches I sound better in the place of them
    I kill this shit this the motherfucking raping
    Sick bitch, chicken noodle soup face
    Calls from oversea like a motherfucking crusade
    Crack rock and you hit it till your nose hurts
    Rooftop Brooklyn, made the shit and cover

    I run New York, I run New York

    I am 0 past a hundred, spitting like a dragon
    That wnt missing from a dungeon
    Y’all a bunch of niggas getting trippy off of nothing
    Tie a rope around your neck and let me kick you off a bungee
    I’m Satan, and I’ma take your ass to church now
    Running my fields and you midgets on your first down
    I love it, when these bitches know I’m better than them
    'Cause I don’t hear, not a word or a letter from them
    I’m a fire, enemies of the force round
    Bitches and I rap, elliptical, all it’s round
    Bitches and a condo, I sit with an open mouth
    Bitches and you bitches are lyrically
    Like some fucking down syndrome, no offense
    No shame in all, but y’all bitches on knees like baby claws
    You can catch me out in Cover, chilling like a stoop kid
    Yeah hate don’t talk bitch do

    Sick bitch, chicken noodle soup face
    Calls from oversea like a motherfucking crusade
    Crack rock and you hit it till your nose hurts
    Rooftop Brooklyn, made the shit and cover

    I run New York, I run New York

    I’m lyrical coming on general
    Take shots when I was a criminal
    Don’t stop, continue on running around
    But never some of the shit that I’m fin to do
    Y’all that I’m giving you
    If you front, I’m gonn put and end to you
    I’m like scorpion, bitch I will finish you
    Making nasty, real, real nasty
    Way you bitches running like you will get past me
    Won’t happen you bitches could get on, when I’m off it
    Try to cross me now, you be gone in a coffin
    It’s just me, myself and I
    Talk tough shit and I’ma beat you till you die
    Ask why, because I’m better than you’ll ever be
    That’s why shit negotiate seems lighter than heavy d

    Sick bitch, chicken noodle soup face
    Calls from oversea like a motherfucking crusade
    Crack rock and you hit it till your nose hurts
    Rooftop Brooklyn, made the shit and cover

    I run New York, I run New York. Writer/s: Angel Haze, Gil Scott Heron, Will Mcnair
    Publisher: COLOURSINMYHEAD DBA WILL MCNAIR, Songtrust Ave, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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