Popular Demand (Popeyes)

Album: Til The Casket Drops (2009)
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  • Mami you miss me don't you?
    Haters wish you? could hit me don't you?
    Heh, you should call me uncle
    I understand I'm back by popular demand
    That new C-L fly
    Outside of Popeye's eating chicken and fries
    Yeah come holla at ya uncle
    I understand I'm back by popular demand

    You are now listening to The All-Time Phenomenal
    Used to bag work in V.A. at the Econo Lo'
    Now I'm laying out at the Delano though
    But don't get it twisted the Uzi's in the lining though
    Hollow tip dum-dums eat flesh like piranhas though
    Such a scary thing to hear the soul sing Geronimo
    Pull up in the C-L the shit's astronomical
    Hoes lining up on the curb they fall like dominoes
    Used to have this white bitch she looked like Madonna though
    Heard that she fucking LeBron, but shit I don't know
    Like that Bron-Bron? I had that long time ago
    Butt-naked on the balcony at the Dolla-no
    I mean the Delano I mean Pharrell'll know
    The hair shop bitch from D.C. hey P let 'em know! (Yeah that bitch was hot)
    Yeah yeah but it was time to go
    Them hoes come in eenie, meanie, miny-moe! Yugch!

    Mami you miss me don't you?
    Haters wish you could hit me don't you?
    Heh, You should call me uncle
    I understand I'm back by popular demand
    That new C-L fly
    Outside of Popeye's eating chicken and fries
    Yeah come holla at ya uncle
    I understand I'm back by popular demand

    Why wouldn't I be? Look at shorty
    Damn! Mami good down to the cuticles
    I'm Cam! What's your name Beautiful
    Like man! I could get used to you
    Or the ram! if you knew what I used to do
    But call me Uncle yeah Uncle Cam
    I tax 'em. (Like who?) Like Uncle Sam
    From the jungle fam where niggas bundle gram
    From below you tumble get merked on the humble
    And the gat on the belt on the hip
    And I keep a Pharrell with the Clipse
    Drive a hard bargain (bargain), I'm Harlem's only Gagarin
    Car foreign, the other man stood-stood stutter-fied
    I know ya moms well, tell ya mother Hi.
    I'm the other guy that got ya mother high
    Coke like a caterpillar I make butter-fly (Mami you miss me don't you?)

    Haters wish you could hit me don't you?
    Heh, You should call me uncle
    I understand I'm back by popular demand
    That new C-L fly
    Outside of Popeye's eating chicken and fries
    Yeah come holla at ya uncle
    I understand I'm back by popular demand

    Goddamn the boy's back
    For pushing a mountain of snow caps to avoiding the Kojak
    The pioneer of the coke rap
    I'm dancing with the stars stepping on blow doing the toe-tap
    The dope return like I had it on Lo-Jack
    It made its way home like a road map I fathered this
    If I mislead any kid that's fatherless
    That burden's on my soul as long I exist
    Generation lost they saying they can't reach us
    The answer is the Lord like Saturday Night Fever
    I kept in the crib it made me a light sleeper
    Whether watching for the Feds or avoiding the Grim Reaper.
    Way deeper than rap money and hoes, it's deeper than that
    Fight the temptation but it keep coming back
    Money stacked to the ceiling just as quick as it dispense
    Who knew them commas meant you could lose your common sense?
    Before it's too late all I can tell 'em is repent unh! (Mami you miss me don't you?)

    Haters wish you could hit me don't you?
    Heh, You should call me uncle
    I understand I'm back by popular demand
    That new C-L fly
    Outside of Popeye's eating chicken and fries
    Yeah come holla at ya uncle
    I understand I'm back by popular demand Writer/s: CAMERON GILES, ELLIOTT THORNTON, PHARRELL WILLIAMS, TERENCE THORNTON
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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