Wheel of Fortune

Album: Back on My B.S. (2009)
  • Hey y'all niggas thought I wasn't nice
    With the second tune and shit
    He he he he he oh shit

    Ayo dj scratch
    Th-this how you want me to set it homie

    I hope you ready to march niggaz, hut two three four
    Back with the gangsta of rap, retort
    I hope somebody quickly call up a doctor
    Go get a medic, cause somebody 'bout get finally resected
    Oh shit nigga goin' insane, muthafucka'
    'bout to bloodshed ya cell membrane, shit the propane bitch
    The fine cocaine, lil' nigga you touch the shit that ya can't contain I
    Fill 'em with octane, light another fire nigga
    'till I'm high killa, ignite another flame ah, sorry I dig his talent
    Well tie ya little lame look, OK it don't matter
    Cause I'm the one to blame I'm, startin' to act strange
    Facin' every challange shit, incredible hope
    Lyrical amalgam bitch, oh my gosh, oh my gosh
    I'm a band and oh ring everything like el debarge

    (ooh ooh and I like it I like it)
    And so I said and so I said
    Excuse me dear, my gosh you look nice
    Put ya money on her -- better double the price
    But let's get it niggas and jump
    (behind the wheel of fortune) hey
    And let's jump
    (behind the wheel of fortune) hey
    All my niggas jump
    (behind the wheel of fortune) hey
    My ladies jump
    (behind the wheel of fortune) hey

    I'm a take off my jacket now, you see I'm back on my bull shit
    You tired lil' niggas go in line, watch how
    I vibe on mine, I'm shifting the climate, quiet
    And if you wan' test what I'm on bitch
    I wish you niggas try it, uh-uh-uh, I mentioned that I'm back
    To cause the riot, (hot drops), and I come to supply it
    Hu-hu you niggas on a diet, you can't stop it, then I drop
    Ya know ya can't deny it, my home boy you know that I'm a crook
    And I'm a try it, while I'm counting this money and I hide it
    I'm taking it back, puttin' ya hands in my eyes, can't see
    You get to puttin' yo eyes on me, look, look how I drop shit
    I got hit, I won't quit, and bet you see I'm back in a cockpit
    I'm coming back like I'm moving the crooks
    Everybody gather around, and get ya to singin' the hook

    (ooh ooh and I like it I like it)
    And so I said and so I said
    Excuse me dear, my gosh you look nice
    Put ya money on her, better double the price
    But let's get it niggas and jump
    (behind the wheel of fortune) hey
    And let's jump
    (behind the wheel of fortune) hey
    All my niggas jump
    (behind the wheel of fortune) hey
    My ladies jump
    (behind the wheel of fortune) hey

    Pretty good for a sound check nigga Writer/s: ELDRA DEBARGE, WILLIAM DEBARGE, ETTERLENE JORDAN, TREVOR SMITH, GEORGE SPIVEY, RICKY WALTERS
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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