Plain Jane

Album: Still Striving (2017)
Charted: 26
  • Young Money
    Ayo Ferg
    Yeah

    Ride with the mob, Alhamdulillah
    Check in with me and do your job
    Ferg is the name, Ben Baller did the chain
    Tourneau for the watch, presi Plain Jane

    Yamborghini chain, rest in peace to my superior
    Hermès link could feed a village in Liberia
    TMZ taking pictures, causin' mad hysteria
    Momma see me on BET and started tearin' up
    I'mma start killin' niggas, how you get that trife?
    I attended Harlem picnics where you risked your life
    Uncle used to skim work, sellin' nicks at night
    I was only 8 years old, watching Nick at Nite
    Uncle Psycho was in that bathroom buggin'!
    Knife to his guts hope Daddy don't cut him
    Suicidal thoughts brought to me with no advisory
    He was pitchin' dummy, sellin' fiends mad ivory
    Grandma had the arthritis in her hands, bad!
    She was poppin' pills like rappers in society
    I fuck yo bitch for the irony
    I'll send Meechy at yo hoe if yo bitch keep eyein' me

    Ride with the mob, Alhamdulillah
    Check in with me and do your job
    Ferg is the name, Ben Baller did the chain
    Tourneau for the watch, presi Plain Jane
    Ride with the mob, Alhamdulillah
    Check in with me and do your job
    Ferg is the name, Ben Baller did the chain
    Tourneau for the watch, presi Plain Jane

    Suck a nigga dick or somethin' (Yeah)
    Suck a nigga dick or somethin' (You already know, Harlem)
    Suck a nigga dick or somethin' (Queens)
    Suck a nigga dick or somethin' (Queens for the Kings of the Queens)

    Ayo, I'ma explain why you probably never see me
    I push a Lamborghini, chocha magic like Houdini
    My body shaped like Jeannie, booty dreamy, waist is teeny
    Yes, I told him to get TIDAL so he stream me when he leave me
    I go hard in the booth, Biggie vibes, gimme the loot
    I'm a classy millionaire, bitches ain't got the couth
    C-O-U-T-H 'cause you can't spell it either
    If I call him then he comin' home running, Derek Jeter
    Bitches must be eatin' ass because I swear they're bottom feeders
    Hoe, you know that you my son, I shoulda scrapped you as a fetus
    All these bitches rockin' inches 'cause they followin' the leader
    I should switch it up on hoes and rock a Afro like Lupita's
    I don't keep up with the Joneses but I do know Catherine Zeta
    I'm with Candice, TT, Thembi, and Viola, mi amiga
    Rap bitches they gotta check in with the Queen
    I'm the Alpha, the Omega, everything in between, uh

    Ride with Minaj, mmh Mashallah
    Check in with me, then do your job
    Queen is the name, Rafaello did the chain
    This is Monse, Patty Plain Jane
    Ride with Minaj, mmh Mashallah
    Check in with me, then do your job
    Queen is the name, Rafaello did the chain
    This is Monse, Patty Plain Jane

    Eat a Barbie ass or somethin'
    Eat a Barbie ass or somethin'
    Eat a Barbie ass or somethin'
    Eat a Barbie ass or somethin'

    Kirk Kneezy on the beat (Brrt)
    Yo, you know this here for the city, nigga
    Gold chains, Plain Janes, and all that 'cause Writer/s: Darold Durard Brown, Jordan Houston, Kirk Knight, Kirlan Labarrie, Onika Maraj, Paul D Beauregard
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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