Welcome to the Party

Album: Deadpool 2 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (2018)
Charted: 78
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  • Lil Pump, ou, ou, ou, ou
    Man, I got like three million dollars in jewellery
    ESSKEETIT

    I can't feel my body, 'cause I pop a lot of molly (molly)
    Welcome to the party, welcome to the drug party (ouu)
    Got a lotta thotties, yeah, I fuck a lot of thotties (esskeetit)
    Tryna fuck shorty, I'm just tryna fuck shorty (ouu)
    Welcome to the trap, got my grandma selling crack (yuh)
    I make what you make in one year sitting down just movin' packs (damn)
    Make a bitch do jumpin' jacks (ouu), like she was a acrobat (yuh)
    Got these bitches lookin' at me crazy 'cause I got face tats (ouu)
    Ou, drip, drip, drip, I cannot go wife a bitch (no)
    Drop five million on my crib, now Lil Pump is rich as shit, ouu
    And I'm still on my probation, pop a pill, I feel amazing (brrt)
    You just broke and you just hatin', all these diamonds on me skatin'
    Man, I do this every day, spend three thousand on some shades
    I got bitches in LA, your boyfriend broke, his diamonds fake (set it off)

    Ayy (ay) welcome to the party
    Ayy (ay) welcome to the party (set it off)
    Ayy (ay) welcome to the party
    Ayy (ay) welcome to the party (yuh, yuh)

    Welcome to the party, I might tear your club up
    Nine times out of ten, I'm probably drugged up
    Speaking on my name just to get your buzz up
    They say money talk, nigga shut the fuck up (shut the fuck up)
    This is Uncle Juice, pickup full of juice
    Pop a pill or two, fuck some on the roof
    I'm so fucking high, don't know who is who
    She put it in my face, you should see my view
    Racks out, threw a few
    Shake some, get some loose
    I got good drank, Quavo, 2 Chainz
    Yeah I'm sippin'
    Fifty souls wanted to be cuffed they go to prison
    Call a black card, master P it ain't no limit
    Welcome to my party we ain't finished 'til we finished
    We ain't finished 'til we spinnin'
    Call a bar tell I'm sinnin' (set it off)

    Ayy (ay) welcome to the party
    Ayy (ay) welcome to the party (set it off)
    Ayy (ay) welcome to the party
    Ayy (ay) welcome to the party

    Baby girl, you gon' welcome the party
    Sippin' on that lean, no I don't do Bacardi, oof
    Slap a nigga and I don't say sorry, oof
    Fuck that bitch, then I kick her out the 'Rari, oof
    Yeah, baby you a thot, oof, boy
    Cruisin' down the block with a Glock, ou, yuh
    You a stupid ass bitch if I trust you, what?
    Baby, only tryna fuck you, ou
    I'll fuck you in my swimming pool
    Only if you cool and you bringin' your friend too
    Dexter (set it off)

    Ayy (ay) welcome to the party
    Ayy (ay) welcome to the party (set it off)
    Ayy (ay) welcome to the party
    Ayy (ay) welcome to the party (set it off)
    Ayy (ay) welcome to the party
    Ayy (ay) welcome to the party (set it off)
    Ayy (ay) welcome to the party
    Ayy (ay) welcome to the party

    Yeah hoe!
    Yeah hoe!
    Yeah hoe!
    Yeah hoe! Writer/s: Dexter Gore, Gazzy Garcia, Jocelyn Donald, Jordan Houston, Karim Kharbouch, Valentino Kahn, Wesley Pentz
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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