Sometimes

Album: Magic Mountain (2014)
  • I'ma tell you, I'ma tell you this right now
    If you, if you woke up this mornin', nigga you winnin' for real
    (Buddha Bless this beat

    I got a big amount, I took a different route
    I am the pick of the litter
    I was in juvy, they gave me community
    I had to pick up some litter
    I want it easy, please do not tease me
    I wore my Yeezys to dinner
    This is the season, I got the seasonin'
    Don't make me sprinkle you niggas
    I got my reasons, you wanna please me
    Send me the pussy, not pictures
    Met her this week and fucked her this evenin'
    She turn a freak on the liquor
    Yeah, I am a boss on these bitches
    Yeah, I pour some Voss on these bitches
    Yeah, I have no thoughts on these bitches
    Yeah, rock double cross on these bitches, yeah
    Dearly departed, gather today
    On some Prince shit
    You know what they say
    Me and my safe, got a friendship
    Ten on me, thin weight, flip weight, gettin' paid
    Gettin' laid
    Bitch made, took off sick days
    6 trey, 6-4 bounce, bitch, bounce
    Hood nigga, favorite spot was the Waffle House
    Patty melt with the hash browns
    Tryna avoid all the pat downs
    Tryna avoid all the lame hoes
    Weirdos in the background
    Black out when I back out
    Blow the horn for a pedestrian
    Shawty ride like an equestrian
    I bought the dress that she in
    Red bottoms in his and hers
    Got a Rollie in his and hers
    Got a car in his and hers
    Walk in the zoo and say, "Pick a fur"
    Last night was a blur to me
    This mornin' I got two with me
    I don't know what to do with me
    Goin' ape like the zoo with me
    Got a tool with the screw missin'
    Two girls in the pool kissin'
    Everywhere I go, the rod with me
    'Cause these niggas actin' too fishy

    Fuck y'all niggas on, man?
    Duffle bag forever
    Just left V Live
    Atlanta could never die as long as Tit alive
    Yeah

    Look, I got a big amount
    I think I'm the biggest out
    Got hits and I ain't even put 'em out
    Lit and you can't even put it out
    Got the Billboard melodies
    Rap is somethin' I do on the side
    Crossed over to the other side
    And I didn't even have to die
    Got the money and I never show it
    Let a nigga try to play heroic
    Michael Jackson talkin' to me in my dreams
    And he say, "You bad and you know it"
    Better shamone with my check then
    I'm a J. Prince investment
    Niggas love to talk reckless
    Then see me like best friends
    Got the sand-colored FN
    And I've never seen the inside of a Marriott or a Westin
    Five stars, nothin' less than
    Fuck niggas on your payroll
    And you let 'em know the safe code
    And you knew him for a month though
    But you call them niggas big bro
    You could move in the Hidden Hills
    And we still don't live by the same code
    I'm respected everywhere I go
    Nigga, long live Bankroll
    Skip the rainbow, funny style shit
    And it's straight to the pot of gold
    Somebody, everybody know
    6 God with the god flow
    Yeah, yeah

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