Playa Playa

  • We're the playas number one

    Steal you with my two shot
    Control you with my drop
    Blaze you with my handle and
    Bless you with my pop
    Play you like a pro
    And take over the show
    Stick you and defeat you
    Rob you of your glow
    Rob you of your glow

    Bring the drama playa
    Give me all you got
    Make your move
    Shoot your best shot
    I see right through your riddle
    Bring the drama playa
    Slip right past the block
    Set you up for two
    Shoot your best shot
    Shoot your best shot

    We're the playas number one

    Playa tryin' play me
    We dyin' to set it oh
    Marlon, Slick and Weasel
    Can hardly wait to ball
    My groove is tight
    Drummers drummin' right
    Dirts our secret weapon
    Each and every night
    Each and every night

    We come here to rip shit
    Make y'all scream and shout
    Later for all y'all haters
    We gon' turn this motha' out
    If you came to ball
    If you came in all
    We don't plan to stop
    Till you bounce off the wall
    Till you bouncin' off the wall

    Bring the drama playa
    Give me all you got
    Make your move
    Shoot your best shot
    I see right through your riddle
    Bring the drama playa
    Slip right past the block
    Set you up for two
    Shoot your best shot
    Shoot your best shot

    We're the playas number one

    Playa playa Writer/s: AHMIR K. THOMPSON, ANGELA STONE, MICHAEL D'ANGELO ARCHER
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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