Woi

Album: Made In The Pyrex (2020)
Charted: 24
  • (M1 on the beat)

    Big dripper
    Magnum sipper, no nail clipper
    (Hooty-hoo)
    Free luger vales
    That Ammi smells
    And bitch, no, I won't cut my nails (boop, boop) (haha)

    Who's that my man? (Woi, woi)
    Jump out, fry man (woi, woi)
    Why's he leaving his right hand? (Oi, oi)
    Ayy, come back and back your boy (don't leave him)
    (Woi, woi, woi, woi, woi, woi, woi)
    Jump out, rise this toy (woi, woi)
    Jump out, rise this toy (woi, woi)
    Jump out (woi, woi, woi, woi, woi)

    Who's that my man? (Woi, woi)
    Jump out, fry man (woi, woi)
    Why's he leaving his right hand? (Oi, oi)
    Ayy, come back and back your boy (don't leave him)
    (Woi, woi, woi, woi, woi, woi, woi)
    Jump out, rise this toy (woi, woi)
    Jump out, rise this toy (woi, woi)
    Jump out (woi, woi, woi, woi, woi)

    Pull up (pull up), let it beat (let it beat)
    Yaga-yeet (yeet)
    Jump out, try put him in a coffin
    I pray cameras don't see
    IC3 on ITV
    If I see you when I release
    Please release all my G's
    My next door got IPP (free 'em up)
    She got a soft spot for the gunmen (gunmen, gunmen)
    Man hit that shit from the back while I pull on her tracks
    Babe, say "West London"
    Let's, let's have fun then (have fun then)
    We get neck then run then (yes)
    See the gyal that you want? Man done them (done them)
    You're on who? Liar, come then
    Man rise it, fire, bun them

    Who's that my man? (Woi, woi)
    Jump out, fry man (woi, woi)
    Why's he leaving his right hand? (Oi, oi)
    Ayy, come back and back your boy (don't leave him)
    (Woi, woi, woi, woi, woi, woi, woi)
    Jump out, rise this toy (woi, woi)
    Jump out, rise this toy (woi, woi)
    Jump out (woi, woi, woi, woi, woi)
    Who's that my man? (Woi, woi)
    Jump out, fry man (woi, woi)

    Why's he leaving his right hand? (Oi, oi)
    Ayy, come back and back your boy (don't leave him)
    (Woi, woi, woi, woi, woi, woi, woi)
    Jump out, rise this toy (woi, woi)
    Jump out, rise this toy (woi, woi)
    Jump out (woi, woi, woi, woi, woi)

    Stuck in the dock, hickory-dickory (what?)
    Fucked 'nuff gyal like Quagmire, lol, giggity-giggity
    Gyal wan' fuck pon Digga D (yeah, yeah)
    Laugh out loud, you're killin' me, killin' me
    Run when man get fidgety (don't run)
    Man, we literally-literally
    Pull up and shower your posee, Tivoli
    She likes the things in life that's finer
    Blow them racks, it's minor
    As long as she don't switch sides like Chyna
    And free's up the vagina
    Turn his life to a timer
    Let that ding, when it ping, it's the primer
    And if it ain't Unknown T and them man
    I don't like no other Niner (mm-mm)

    Who's that my man? (Woi, woi)
    Jump out, fry man (woi, woi)
    Why's he leaving his right hand? (Oi, oi)
    Ayy, come back and back your boy (don't leave him)
    (Woi, woi, woi, woi, woi, woi, woi)
    Jump out, rise this toy (woi, woi)
    Jump out, rise this toy (woi, woi)
    Jump out (woi, woi, woi, woi, woi)

    Who's that my man? (Woi, woi)
    Jump out, fry man (woi, woi)
    Why's he leaving his right hand? (Oi, oi)
    Ayy, come back and back your boy (don't leave him)
    (Woi, woi, woi, woi, woi, woi, woi)
    Jump out, rise this toy (woi, woi)
    Jump out, rise this toy (woi, woi)
    Jump out (woi, woi, woi, woi, woi) Writer/s: Chaniva Francis, Mozis P.aduu, Rhys Herbert
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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