Draft Day

Album: Care Package (2014)
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    Draft day, Johnny Manziel
    Five years later, how am I the man still?
    Draft day, A. Wiggins
    Fuck that other side, bitch we stay winnin'
    Aw man, you know I had to do it for you
    You know I had to do it for you
    Yeah, suits and ties yelling out, "Pay the guys"
    Man, I had to do it for you
    You know I had to do it for you
    You know I had to do it for you
    Aw man, aw man, aw man, man
    You know I had to

    Sometimes I laugh with God about how you can't stop me
    I'm his darkest angel probably, but he still got me
    Yeah, I'm gettin' mine but still I better lives
    And shit I set aside to make sure my people gettin' by
    Brunch with some Qatar royals and my cup is all oil
    You know it's real when your niggas will take the fall for you
    All loyal so you keep egging me on
    And we gonna have to crack a shell just to prove to you, you ain't hard boiled
    Mm, last night I tried some raw oysters
    Man that boy growin' up quick, that boy know he the shit
    That boy singin' on every song when he know he can spit
    That boy manifested it, that boy knew it was written
    That boy did it on purpose
    That boy know that they shittin' on you, and they can't get past you
    You should've followed all my moves, you won't realize 'til after
    And if I left shit to chance I would've picked a name like Chance the Rapper
    Yeah, no offense, 'cause I don't know that nigga
    I'm focused on makin' records and gettin' bigger
    Just hits, no misses, that's for the married folk
    Tell 'em fix my suite up 'cause I'm comin' home
    I heard they talkin' crazy, I was out of town
    You know they love to pop all that shit when I'm not around
    But when I'm here, not a sound
    That'll make me snap, jot it down
    Go in the booth and lay a body down
    Know some Somalis that say we got it wallahi
    Get us donuts and coffee, we'll wait for him in the lobby
    And I gotta tell him chill, Sprite got me on payroll
    Let that man live, they say, "Okay if you say so"
    See whatever I say go
    I play like I'm on 'roids, no Canseco
    No Oakland A's though, shout out the Bay though
    I think I'm on my eighth flow, just watch me paint flow
    We all do it for the art so I can never hate though
    Signin' off on more deals than a lawyer with a heavy case load
    How the game turn into the Drake show?
    Dog, what the fuck happen to so-and-so, where did they go?
    They too worried 'bout bitches and fashion, they go missin' in action
    And then you never notice they missin'
    On some Hunger Games shit I would die for my district
    Jennifer Lawrence you can really get it
    Yeah, I mean forreal, girl you know I had to do it for you
    You know I had to do it for you
    You know I had to
    Oh wait sidebar, left some beat at the end
    So that all of you fuck niggas could loop it and get your lies off
    Season

    Yeah
    Draft day, Johnny Manziel
    Five years later, how am I the man still?
    Draft day, A. Wiggins
    Fuck that other side, bitch we stay winnin'
    Aw man, you know I had to do it for you
    You know I had to do it for you
    Yeah, suits and ties yelling out, "Pay the guys"
    Man, I had to do it for you
    You know I had to do it for you
    You know I had to do it for you
    Aw man, aw man, aw man, man
    You know I had to Writer/s: Aubrey Graham, Charles Singleton, Joshua Scruggs, Lauryn Hill, Matthew Samuels
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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