God Did

Album: God Did (2022)
Charted: 50 17
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  • It breaks my heart
    They ain't believe in us
    We the Best Music
    They played themselves
    While you hatin' and being jealous
    You could be over here embracing that love
    More love, more blessings, more life
    God DID (God DID)
    You either win with us or you watch us win
    DJ Khaled

    They wanted us down, ooh-woah
    But look at us now, oh
    They counted us out (Time to say a prayer, M-M-M-)
    They didn't think that we would make it, oh (May we bow our heads)
    They didn't believe in us, oh (Huh)

    But I know God did, God did (Oh, yes, He did)
    Oh, God did (Oh-oh, Khaled)
    Oh, yes, God did (Oh-oh, Khaled)
    Oh, God did (God is great)
    But I know God did

    Nosedive, they just prayin' that I crash (Huh)
    Those guys, they don't wanna see you last
    They'll jack up three million dollars up on your tax
    A tub full of money, I still can't relax
    Tires spinnin', Lord forgive me, I'm a sinner
    Conquer, divide niggas
    Wrong side of the petition, only divine winnin'
    Better listen when I tell you how I put time in it
    Please, forgive me, God did
    So leave me in the dark, swimmin' with the sharks
    Dope boy, big calm, still the biggest boss
    Got a kilo on a plate, send 'em on a freight
    Or I can go and buy a bank, I know my money's safe (Maybach Music)

    They counted us out
    They didn't think that we would make it, oh
    They didn't believe in us, oh

    But I know God did, God did (Oh, yes, He did)
    Oh, God did (Oh-oh)
    Oh, yes, God did (Oh-oh)
    Oh, God did (Mula, uh)
    But I know God did

    Sky is the limit, every day I reach
    They was tired of me winnin', now they dead sleep
    Don't wan' see me with the ring? You better play D'
    Nigga, God did His thing when He made me
    With the odds stacked against me, I could crack Da Vinci
    I know only God can judge us, I say that for Brittney
    They smell blood like the sharks, they start actin' fishy
    Well, I'ma have to act a ass and they gon' have to kiss me
    Please, don't hate me just to hate me
    Before they overrate me, they gon' underestimate me
    Funeral and wake me, bury me and excavate me
    But I'm so cultivating, everybody replicate me, nigga, face facts
    Dreadlocks, face tats, I'm the apex
    I made the culture, what up, twin? Never laid back
    I fucked the world and when I did, I practiced safe sex
    I pray more and said less, God did the rest

    They counted us out
    They didn't think that we would make it, oh (It breaks my heart)
    They didn't believe in us, oh

    But I know God did (Where we at Gu?), God did (Oh, yes, He did, where we at Gu?)
    Oh, God did (Oh-oh)
    Oh, yes, God did (Oh-oh)
    Oh, God did
    But I know God did

    Hov did
    Please, Lord forgive me for what the stove did
    Nobody touched the billi' until Hov did
    How many billionaires can come from Hov crib? Huh
    I count three, me, Ye and Rih
    Bron's a Roc boy, so four, technically (Woo)
    I left the dope game with my record clean, huh
    I turned the cocaína into champagne, huh
    I cleaned up la madrina with the same soap, huh
    Me and Loro talk 'bout how we slang dope, huh
    Now the weed in stores, can you believe this tie?
    I put my hustle onto Forbes, can you believe this guy?
    Then we said, "Fuck it," and took the dope public
    Out the mud, they gotta face you now, you can't make up this shit
    Judge it how you judge it, say we goin' corporate
    Nah, we just corner boys with the corner office
    I'm at the cap table, what the splits is?
    Not that cap table, boy, we live this
    Breezy what the business is
    We pushin' Fenty like Fentanyl, the shit is all legitimate (Woo)
    E was down ten for this
    We just got his ten back then went back like, "Where the interests is?"
    Em light up the O3
    We let y'all do the zazas, OG for the OGs
    Some new niggas out of pocket, talkin' exotic
    You barely been in the Baham- (Haha) that's another topic
    Monogram in my pocket off the red carpet
    You see the face I made that night, shit is that shockin'
    Odds wasn't great, we even be alive
    Gotta be crazy to y'all niggas, we surprised
    Shit is too much how we grew up (Grew up)
    Shit don't even feel real to us (Damn)
    OG sold to those, you called kingpin
    If those your drug lords, then who are we then?
    Hov is a real nigga's dream
    My only goal, to make a real nigga feel seen
    Sometimes, it make a fake nigga hate life
    Never my intention, the consequences of my way of life
    The way we used to play with life
    I'm now careful with the sentences, them only jail bars I like (Woo)
    I never wanted to be the state custodian (Come on)
    The laws of draconian (Come on, Hov)
    For those who married to the life (Come on), it's holy matrimony and (Come on)
    Somehow, I'll out-fox every box they'll try to throw me in (Come on)
    With great ceremony and
    Folk and nem told me how highly Caddy spoke of him
    And bloke and 'nem from London, Harold Road, Weston Inn
    I be speakin' to the souls of men
    Those of them willin' to die for the existence that this cold world has chose for them
    Kickin' snow off a frozen Timb (Woo)
    Back and forth on this turnpike, really took a toll on 'em
    Lot of fallen soldiers on these roads of sin
    For those who make the laws, I'ma always have smoke for them
    I got lawyers like shooters
    Workin' pro bono for him as a favor 'cause I throw them Ms
    In memory of Teelo
    I pray none of your people die over jailphones again
    All this pain from the outside, inspired all this growth within
    So new planes gettin' broken in
    Highest elevation of the self
    They done fucked around and gave the right niggas wealth
    These ain't songs, these are hymns 'cause I'm him
    It's the Psalm 151, this New Testament
    The book of Hov (The book of Hov)
    Jesus turned water to wine, for Hov, it just took a stove
    You never know how this shit could go
    Me and Biggs probably got too big if they ain't book that load (What's up Hoffa?)
    Hindsight is 20/20
    Though he's gettin' plenty money, lookin' back now this shit is funny
    I just got a million off a sync
    Without riskin' a million years tryna get it out the sink (Woo)
    Hov big
    They said they don't know me internationally, niggas on the road did
    I see a lot of Hov in Giggs
    Me and Meek could never beef, I freed that nigga from a whole bid
    Hov did
    Next time we have a discussion who the G.O.A.T., you donkeys know this
    Forgive me, that's my passion talkin' (Haha)
    Sometimes I feel like Farrakhan (Haha) talkin' to Mike Wallace (Haha)
    I think y'all should keep quiet
    Breaks my heart (Haha)
    God did

    They wanted us down, ooh-woah (Come on, man)
    But look at us now, oh
    They counted us out
    They didn't think that we would make it, oh
    They didn't believe in us, oh

    But I know God did, God did (Oh, yes, He did)
    Oh, God did (Oh-oh)
    Oh, yes, God did (Oh-oh)
    Oh, God did
    But I know God did, God did (Oh, yes, He did)
    Oh, God did (Oh, God did)
    Oh, yes, God did (He did)
    Oh-oh-oh, God did

    And you may not believe, but I know God did
    Oh, God did (God did)
    God did (God did)
    But I know God did
    He did it
    Oh, He did it, yeah, yeah
    God did
    God did
    God did


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