Take your nose off my keyboard What you bothering me for? There's a room full of niggas What you following me for? This ain't no fuckin' sing along So girl, what you singing for? It's cause we blowing like a C-4 Got my whole crew blowing like a C-4 Twenty, keep the bar rolling Fake ID's and the trash we going Straight to the top, rooftop close With a handful of girls and they all so foreign Rain so poisoned, rainbows flowin' Light skinned chick first flight from Poland A whole lot of friends first flight from Poland A whole lot of girls first flight from Poland
Why? 'Cause they loving the crew, they loving the crew They loving the crew Oh, they loving the crew Oh, they loving the crew They loving the crew They loving the crew They loving the crew ooh
Smoking weed under star projectors I guess we'll never know what Harvard gets us But seeing my family have it all Took the place of that desire for diplomas on the wall And really, I think I like who I'm becoming There's times where I might do it just to do it like it's nothing There's times when I might blow like fifty k on a vacation For all my soldiers just to see the looks on all they faces All it took was patience I got a lot of friends to come up off the strip for me The same ones that'll come up off the hip for me The realest niggas say "your lyrics do shit for me" I told my story, it made history Tell em I'ma need reservations for twenty I never really been one for the preservation of money nah Much rather spend it all while I'm breathing That OVO and XO is everything you believe in I know
They loving the crew Oh, they loving the crew Oh, they loving the crew They loving the crew ooh, Oh, they loving the crew They loving the crew They loving the crew They loving the crew ooh, 'Cause we blowing like a C-4 Got my whole crew blowing like a C-4 If you broadcast swag, nigga we the news in the city
Writer/s: Aubrey Graham, Carlo Montagnese, Anthony Palman, Noah Shebib, Abel Tesfaye
Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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"Cigarettes And Chocolate Milk" describes a time in Rufus Wainwright's life when he found himself hungover and pounding chocolate milk to feel better. It didn't work, so he smoked a cigarette, which is when he realized his addictive personality could be a problem.