Opposite Of Adults

Album: The Swelly Express (2010)
Charted: 12 90
  • Aye yo I once was a kid all I had was a dream
    Mo' money mo' problems, when I get it I'm a pile it up
    Yeah I'm dope wonder bread we can toast
    So fresh how we flow, everybody get their style from us
    I once was a kid with the other little kids
    Now I'm whippin' up shows and 'em fans goin' wild with us
    Tell mommy I'm sorry
    This life is a party

    Remember you was a kid
    Reminisce days of the innocence
    Now it's Chiddy Bang, Google me in the images
    Follow me, follow me I'm the leader
    And when I park cars I don't pay for the meter
    I remember I was younger as a kid it was the best
    I used touch on all the pretty girls at recess
    I'm at my peak yes, I won't leave yet
    Serial style, cereal aisle need Chex
    I can make these rappers run like a hard drill
    Rock band show you how the guitar feel
    And I could care less how y'all feel
    I got the flow to make a bitch do a cartwheel
    This is that good just puff it and relax bro
    And you can get it free don't worry 'bout the tax though
    And Xaphoone, thank you for the crack
    But I play a Ron Bergundy I anchor on the track like that

    Aye yo I once was a kid all I had was a dream
    Mo' money no problems, when I get it I'm a pile it up
    Now I'm dope wonder bread we can toast
    So fresh how we flow, everybody get their style from us
    I once was a kid with the other little kids
    Now I'm whippin' up shows and 'em fans goin' wild with us
    Tell mommy I'm sorry
    This life is a party
    I'm never growing up

    Can I please get a little bit of knowledge
    Somebody tell Roth that I don't love college
    'Cause the real world's kinda like Real World
    And it's drama so you are Svetlana and I'm just a rhymer
    Swimmin' in the water tryin' to dodge the piranhas and fly to Bahamas
    Pretty little momma, Chiddy in the spot
    Where you at pretty lady show me what you got
    They say why you rappin' for the kids for
    I said my clothes come fitted, the Lids store
    This summer you can catch me on a big tour
    I'm high grade, I think they need to quiz more
    Let me get wit' ya, don't let the kid hit ya
    I'm the photo album Valletta has, big picture
    The rule is, the dude is, so up, so chuck I'm a cool kid

    Aye yo I once was a kid all I had was a dream
    Mo' money mo' problems, when I get it I'm a pile it up
    Now 'm dope wonder mm bread we can toast
    So fresh how we flow, everybody get their style from us
    I once was a kid with the other little kids
    Now I'm whippin' up shows and 'em fans goin' wild with us
    Tell mommy I'm sorry
    This life is a party
    I'm never growing up

    Aye I once was a kid all I had was a dream
    Mo' money mo' problems, when I get it I'm a pile it up
    Yeah I'm dope wonderbread we can toast
    So fresh how we flow, everybody get their style from us
    I once was a kid with the other little kids
    Now I'm whippin' up shows and 'em fans goin' wild with us
    Tell mommy I'm sorry
    This life is a party
    I'm never growing up Writer/s: Andrew Vanwyngarden, Ben Goldwasser, Chidera Anamege, Noah Beresin
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Caitlyn from Royersford, Pai might have to go to rehab to get this beat out of my head
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