All I Do Is Win

Album: Victory (2010)
Charted: 24
  • D-J Khaled
    Hey, yeah (we the best)

    All I do is win win win no matter what
    Got money on my mind I can never get enough
    And every time I step up in the buildin'
    Everybody hands go up
    And they stay there
    And they say yeah
    And they stay there
    Up down, up down, up down
    'Cause all I do is win win win
    And if you goin' in put your hands in the air
    Make 'em stay there

    (Luda!)
    Ludacris goin' in on the verse
    Cause I never been defeated and I won't stop now
    Keep your hands up get 'em in the sky for the homies
    That didn't make it and the folks locked down
    I never went no where
    But they saying Luda's back
    Blame it on that Conjure
    The hood call it Luda-Yac
    And I'm on this foolish track, so I spit my foolish flow
    My hands go up and down like strippers booty's go
    My verses still be serving, tight like a million virgins
    Last time on a Khaled remix, now I'm on the original version
    Can't never count me out
    Y'all better count me in
    Got twenty bank accounts, accountants count me in
    Make millions every year, the south's champion
    Cause all I do, all I, all I, all I
    All I do is

    All I do is win win win no matter what
    Got money on my mind I can never get enough
    And every time I step up in the buildin'
    Everybody hands go up
    And they stay there
    And they say yeah
    And they stay there
    Up down, up down, up down
    'Cause all I do is win win win
    And if you goin' in put your hands in the air
    Make 'em stay there

    Swerving in my lo-lo,
    Head on the swivel
    You know serving me's a no no
    Clean as a whistle as I pull out in my Rolls Royce
    Yellow bone passenger they see it, they say oh boy!
    Tell Khaled back it up, my niggas call me Loco
    Down for armed trafficking, don't make me pull that fo-fo
    Ask you what you laughing at
    Represent that mud life (mud life)
    Dirty money bitch you better get your mug right (mug right)
    We come together holding hands and holla thug life (thug life)
    We all strapped in all black
    It's like fuck life
    (All we do is win)
    You riding or what (what!)
    'Cause we riding tonight (night!)
    Now she riding with me cause you wasn't ridin' her right,


    All I do is win win win no matter what
    Got money on my mind I can never get enough
    And every time I step up in the buildin'
    Everybody hands go up
    And they stay there
    And they say yeah
    And they stay there
    Up down, up down, up down
    'Cause all I do is win win win
    And if you goin' in put your hands in the air
    Make 'em stay there

    Heat in the kitchen, pot on the stove
    Water getting boiled, dope being sold
    Snoopy in the hoopty, system overload
    I've been runnin' this rap game since I was twenty years old
    I hung with the worst of 'em
    Bust till I burst on 'em
    Floss 'em up, toss 'em up, Hardaway, cross 'em up
    Pardon me I'm bossin' up, pressure up, bless ya bruh
    Don't mess with us
    We like the "U" in the 80's
    Back to back set a trap
    Hit the lick, get it back
    Hit the trick, jump the track
    Bitch I want my money back
    Time and time again while I'm sipping on this gin
    Al Davis said it best, just win baby win

    All I do is win win win no matter what
    Got money on my mind I can never get enough
    And every time I step up in the buildin'
    Everybody hands go up
    And they stay there
    And they say yeah
    And they stay there
    Up down, up down, up down
    'Cause all I do is win win win
    And if you goin' in put your hands in the air
    Make 'em stay there Writer/s: Christopher Brian Bridges, Leonardo V Mollings, Faheem Rasheed Najm, William Leonard Roberts, Johnny David Mollings, Cordazar Calvin Jr. Broadus, Khaled Mohammed Khaled
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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