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Album: Sir Lucious Left Foot: The Son of Chico Dusty (2010)
  • With one stroke of the pen
    I tune in to your satellite radio or FM station
    I've been patiently waiting to weigh in
    Been under construction for two years
    But now it's 'bout that time I double-dutch my way in
    Left foot, right foot, steppin' over biters
    It's like the game is haunted 'cause there's so many ghostwriters
    Me, see, I'm a lifer with supply that may seem endless
    Straight rider like a biker on a chopper with a hit list
    Witness the nigga that spit that vicious
    Pit bull attack shit when it comes to this rap shit
    Daddy Fat Sax, bitch, follow us

    Follow us, now
    Try to all the way, now
    It's not another let down
    Got somethin' to say right now
    Follow us, now
    Try to all the way, now
    It's not another let down
    Got somethin' to say right now

    I know some of y'all done wrote a nigga off
    Like the leases on these cars and these homes you niggas thought
    You stayed in, with so many bosses, why are they still
    Layin niggas off they job? Nigga, for real?
    Gon' give a nigga a gig then
    Help a brother get up out this pigpen
    But nobody wants to keep it pimpin' or a hundred and ten
    So with this pen I begin to illustrate from within, boy (boy)
    Paint a pretty picture like I'm chilling with my friends
    Everybody's got a pocket full of ends to spend
    See Picasso couldn't blend, put it all together or fit in
    I'm like a crocodile walkin' 'round with alligator skin
    Yes I'm is the product of the ghetto where I lived
    Call me Spongebob, boy, soaked up game as a little bitty kid
    And never been a lame, before the fame I was the shit
    And now I'm just Big, ya dig?

    Follow us, now
    Try to all the way, now
    It's not another let down
    Got somethin' to say right now
    Follow us, now
    Try to all the way, now
    It's not another let down
    Got somethin' to say right now

    Why don't you come and find out
    What this is all about?
    I will only say this once
    So come and follow us

    See we not even gonna play with 'em either
    We gon' la-la-lay it down every fucking time we see 'em
    Make the club get crunk, yeah, we them type of people
    But wait, it's not a sequel, no wait, it's BB's prequel
    The beginnin' before the beginnin', spend it how you spend it
    Then, if you sell dope nigga stack it when you get it
    Can't trick it, or spend it until it's gone
    That's slippery business homes, go get you a business loan
    Come on

    Follow us, now
    Try to all the way, now
    It's not another let down
    Got somethin' to say right now
    Follow us, now
    Try to all the way, now
    It's not another let down
    Got somethin' to say right now

    Now I lay you niggas down
    You already sleep so bitch rest in eternal peace
    You still scared of the Boogeyman?
    I know you hatin' but you know you was a 'Kast and a Goodie fan
    Ain't no nightlight, it's lights out
    I put these lyrics up your ass so far you never get the mic out
    I know who you wanna sound like
    With that Fruity Loop bullshit, fuck nigga night-night Writer/s: NEIL GARRARD, ANTWAN PATTON, SALAAM REMI
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, BMG Rights Management
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