All I Want

Album: Underground Luxury (2013)
  • I want everything I see
    I wanna go in every mall in every state in every country and buy s***
    Whether I can afford it or not, n****
    I want b****es, I want cars, I don't give a f***, I want it all
    That's what the f*** we're here for

    Say enough about a dream n****
    I'm just tryna keep it real n****
    Say enough about a dream n****
    I'm just tryna keep it real n****
    Say enough about a dream n****
    I'm just tryna keep it real n****
    Say enough about a dream n****

    It's just so many woman
    It's just so many chains
    It's just so many watches
    It's just too many things, I want!
    Whoa, whoa, whoa

    It's just so many trips
    It's just so many bottles
    It's just too many whips
    It's just too many models, I want!
    Whoa, whoa, whoa

    All I want is money
    Money, money, money
    That's all I want
    Big face hundred
    Hundred, hundred, hundred
    That's all I want, that's all I want
    That's all I want, that's all I want

    Not a day's goes by
    It ain't on my mind
    I ain't gon' front
    I ain't gon' lie
    I'd rather have a M than an empty pocket
    If hundreds ain't in them them jeans ain't mine, I
    That's what I want muthaf***a
    I'll never be a bum muthaf***a
    You talking about like it ain't about the money
    You just sound like a dumb muthaf***a
    A house on the hill by the lake
    All real n****s can relate
    You tryna book me for free?
    But my rent is due on today
    A better life is what we're after
    Because every dream I gotta capture
    I always knew that I would blow up one day
    Like a nuclear reactor

    All I want is money
    Money, money, money
    That's all I want
    Big face hundred
    Hundred, hundred, hundred
    That's all I want, that's all I want
    That's all I want, that's all I want

    From the cradle to a label
    From decatur to the majors to papers, no more neighbors
    I used to say I never cared about the money until I put food on my momma's table
    Follow the trail
    Could've been in jail
    The way that I live
    Could have been fatal
    Must have had an angel
    It's funny how I'm always on the screen
    But as a teen I never had cable
    But now I won it all
    The world, the ladies, the whips
    I took a fantasy and made it exist
    No one ever handed us s***
    We took what we had and made it the s***
    That's transforming dusty to luxury
    Being off in the cut, the cutlery
    That's the gist, that's the summary
    So if you feel how I'm feeling then f*** with me!

    All I want is money
    Money, money, money
    That's all I want
    Big face hundred
    Hundred, hundred, hundred
    That's all I want, that's all I want
    That's all I want, that's all I want

    All I want is money
    Money, money, money
    That's all I want
    Big face hundred
    Hundred, hundred, hundred
    That's all I want, that's all I want
    That's all I want, that's all I want

    It's just so many woman
    It's just so many chains
    It's just so many watches
    It's just too many things, I want!
    Whoa, whoa, whoaWriter/s: ASIA BRYANT, DEMETRICE ANTWAN THOMAS
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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