Team A

Album: Four (2012)
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  • How many times do I have to tell you?
    That these are my things
    Been running your mouth
    But people been listening
    If you wanna throw down
    We can go downtime
    Any time, any damn time
    Any time of the week

    See I know that you’re hating
    Anticipating a breakthrough
    I been there, done that, over with
    Ain’t nothing you can teach me
    Ain’t got no time for Le Baron
    Ain’t got no time for The Alibi
    No we ain’t cool boy, don’t even try

    I’m going to ruin your life

    See we ain’t at school, snitches get stitches
    You might be fast boy but I’m faster than you
    So let’s make this clear, no misunderstandings
    Better watch where you’re walking and watch what you say
    Any time, any damn time, any time of the week

    Ain’t got no time for Yo Yo, ain’t got no time for The Groucho
    No we ain’t cool and you don’t even know

    I’m going to ruin your life Writer/s: GORDON MOAKES, KELE OKEREKE, MATT TONG, RUSSELL LISSACK
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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