Bitties In The BK Lounge

Album: De La Soul Is Dead (1991)
  • well it was a Wednesday
    Me and boss hog was kinda hungry
    Like two eggs, and a slop beef slice of lettuce
    And a glass of milk and some cookies
    Spotted in the mist was a bk logo
    What we said well what do you know
    This chick thought I was trying to play fly
    'Cause I had a pair of blue jeans on

    Young girl, won't you take my order?
    She said, "yeah, but right now I'm sorta busy
    Can't you see I'm trying to put this band aid on my finger? "
    Lingering, I could tell
    She's a b-k mademoiselle
    Ripped uniform and bottom bell
    And some jelly stuff on her sleeve
    Look to this cause I had no name tag on my collar
    Could be pissed cause she's clocking 2. 45 an hour
    And then boss hog hollar
    Girl you better make this quick!
    She said, "I ain't your girl and I ain't your chick! "
    I had an idea and lickity split
    Took my hat off and that was it

    Dread locks fallen all over me and then I said
    Yeah now we'll see!
    And o' with quick velocity honey was mesmerized
    "ain't you that guy? "
    Ain't you that girl!
    "de la soul, right? "
    No tracy chapman!
    "why don't you come over to the counter and write me out an autograph? "
    Ha ha ha, I had to laugh
    She was quick with the bic just to get that autograph
    But me and hogg just laughed, and laughed
    "what's the name of that song you sing? "
    Living in a fast car, I said
    Forget about the order I made
    I'll go get a slice of pizza instead

    bitties in the Bk lounge, all they do is beg and they scrounge

    Excuse me, would you take my order I have to go
    Shashawna's got a real job, dag don't you know!
    Oh yeah, it's you now I recognize
    The real real bitty with the fake fake eyes
    Yo, can I interest you in some burgers and fries?
    Yes you can, but you can keep your lies
    Cause you know you can't diss me
    But your pissing me off
    I know where you live and I know that you're soft
    You're as booty as they come (booty? )
    And you dress like a geek
    My shoes cost more than you make in two weeks
    Look, you don't have to play fly in here
    I can tell your fly by the weave that you wear!
    but you must be aware that a fly can be swatted by a Bk tray
    By the way yo, here's yours
    I know your just sweating me to kill the noise
    Of your polyester pants and thier o' so high waters
    Look at what you do all day but take orders
    You bow tie wearing, clocking and staring
    I know your just upset because you can't get the rap
    I think you chubby for my man is living slack
    Yeah, I know your man, the biggest punk in school
    Selling devil rock to the fiends and the fools!
    With one hand that punk I could snap the kid is so skinny
    But we be livin fat
    Speaking of fat, would you like a diet soda?
    'Cause less fat on you would spare us all the odor
    Better yet pour it down the pants and let the acid kill
    The smell that should have been left to masingel!
    Let me make you a deal, take the soda free and jet
    I got to much family to heed your threats
    Are you a family man? (word booty! )
    Well I shouldn't be surprized
    Your sister's flipping burgers and your momma's frying fries
    Don't even try that shit!
    Oh damn look! (what? )
    Here comes one more
    It's your father he just finished mooping the floor
    Now give them a hand, its the bk clan
    So you can't talk garbage about who I am
    Well, arn't we living foul
    Speaking of foul how bout some chicken for the cow?
    Oops I meant you sorry for the mix up
    But your stomachs always big from the sexual slip ups!
    I could buy you and sell you for pennies, young man!
    I think theres something you should understand
    I try to be nice and help the poor make money
    And since I know you need it, I'll go elsewhere dummy!
    Now b-k workers is too damn rude
    I think I'll go get me some chinese food

    Eh ha-ha, eh ha-ha, eh ha-ha-hah
    Maseo, what goes on? Maseo, what goes on?
    I don't know
    Maseo, what goes on? Maseo, what goes on?
    I don't know
    Maseo, what goes on? Maseo, what goes on?
    I don't know
    Maseo, what goes on?
    I don't know, but check me on out
    Bitties, y'all be flippin
    Ah-ah, ya buggin
    Bitties y'all be flippin
    Ah-ah, ya buggin
    Ask for a burger, catch an attitude
    The taste is worse, come off extremely rude
    But when I snap back, you tamper with my food!
    Ah-ah, ya buggin
    Bitties y'all be flippin
    Ah-ah, ya buggin
    Bitties y'all be flippin
    Honey, your hair really looks a bore
    A fool of a hat, not mine's for sure
    Forget the burger, let's walk up over a donut store
    Eh ha-ha-ha-hah Writer/s: PAUL E. HUSTON, O'KELLY ISLEY, RONALD ISLEY, RUDOLPH ISLEY, CHRISTOPHER JASPER, DAVID J. JOLICOEUR, VINCENT MASON, KELVIN MERCER, KENTON NIX
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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