I Don't Need a Reason

Album: The Fifth (2013)
Charted: 69
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  • [Chorus]
    All I do is flex, I don't need a reason
    All I want is sex, I don't need a reason
    Fly out on a jet, I don't need a reason
    Every day's a never ending summer season

    160, blink and miss me
    Super nifty, riding swiftly
    Rolling through the sticks
    Leather extra crispy, effortlessly
    Power steering, accurately, ready for action, actually
    Mellow, relaxed and cocking my snapback
    Not taking no God damn back chat
    Just racking up fat stacks
    No ring, no chain, no fat chaps
    Can't get no sleep, no cat naps
    And everybody wanna be on my black sack
    But I don't slack
    You don't really wanna see me get abstract
    I'll switch up the place like have that
    Don't care about none of that rap crap
    Steer clear of the rat trap
    Some say that I lack tact
    But I'm on the map
    And I'm setting the pace, I'm on track
    So get out my face, I'm on slapping
    I'm on scrapping, so stop yapping, what's crackalacking?
    Don't follow fashion, just keeping it G
    With these hoes, macking, and that's what's happening
    What?
    That's what's happening

    [Chorus]

    God bless me, nobody can't test me
    Everyday life can't stress me, stay on the ball like Messi
    Money and women are the only things that impress me
    I stay fly and sexy
    Life is a game of chess, and all the girls wanna check me
    How much do you wanna bet me, that I never ever let a female sweat me?
    Get me
    I ain't gotta talk no more, cause soon as I walk in the door everybody stops doing what they're doing, don't know what they're pausing for, don't know what they're gawping for
    Bad boy from the LDN, what the world's been calling for, been balling for
    And your girl gets wet, stays up in the morning for
    Don't know what you're stalling for
    Get with the programme, I got the flow and I've got the dough and money to blow
    And, this ain't a slow jam, ready to rock and I'm ready to roll, I'm gripping at the Trojan
    Never gonna get caught slipping, never gonna get caught tripping
    Never too soft on the women
    If it ever gets too hot in the kitchen, I'm dipping, I ain't gonna stand there dripping, I'm missing

    [Chorus]

    International, flex and go
    When I'm at home, I stay low
    Yo, lay in the cut, they can't see me bro
    And I'm living it up, they can't be me though
    Get on the mic, I get easy dough
    When I'm cutting the cheques, cause I'm C.E.O.
    Keep on fronting, like you don't know
    I stay repping the Manor, and that's E3, Bow
    Stay with a brownin', get around the town, you better hold it down
    I'll leave you breathing slow
    Overstand, cause I ain't even clowning, I'll leave you drowning from head to toe
    Wet, why you trying to put me in check?
    I play for keeps, you better know I don't pet
    Knock your head off your shoulders, no sweat, watch your step

    [Chorus] Writer/s: DYLAN MILLS, JEAN BAPTISTE KOUAME, MICHAEL OJIKE MCHENRY, RYAN BUENDIA
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC, Downtown Music Publishing, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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