From Florida with Love

Album: Dark Lane Demo Tapes (2020)
Charted: 45
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  • (Plug)
    Ayy, yeah

    Ayy, ayy (plug)
    Writin' this from Florida with love (love)
    When I linked with Mexiko, I knew I found a plug (Dro)
    Rest in peace to Static, yellin', "Shawty want a thug, ayy
    Bottles in the club, ayy, know I love to touch" (ayy)
    Weezy played that shit for me and Kobe on the bus
    Went and got a chain for me, I had to give it up (yeah)
    Niggas had they pistols loaded pointed in my truck, ayy
    And you know that lesson stuck (right)
    From that day I never touched the road without a (plug)
    Ayy, from that day I never saw the point in talkin' tough (nah)
    Hasn't happened since, I guess you niggas know what's up (yup)
    Yeah, haven't seen the 6ix in like a month (6ix)
    Fuck that, I'm back, baby, where the love? (Love)
    Rappers that I threw an alley-oop are throwin' subs (yeah)
    But they gotta dap me when they see me, that's what's up (that's what's up)
    I let that shit slide, I got everything
    I could lose it all if I'm reactin' to the petty things
    Know that if I see you, I'ma ask you if you said them things
    Ymb the gang and they down to stain anything, mm-hmm
    Yeah, that's right
    Ymb the gang and they down to stain anything, mm-hmm
    Yeah, that's right
    Ymb the gang and you know them niggas

    Booted up, turned up, piped up (plug)
    I'm back, baby, where the love? (Where the love at?)
    I'm back, baby, where the love? (Where the love at?)
    I'm back, baby, where the love?
    Booted up, turned up, piped up (plug)
    I'm back, baby, where the love? (Where the love at?)
    I'm back, baby, where the love? (Where the love at?)
    I'm back, baby, where the love? (Ayy)

    (Plug)
    Writin' this from Florida with love (love)
    When I linked with Mexiko, I knew I found a plug (Dro)
    Rest in peace to Static, yellin', "Shawty want a thug, ayy
    Bottles in the club, ayy, know she wanna fuck" (ayy)
    Weezy played that shit for me and Kobe on the bus
    We ain't even get to reminiscin' what it was (yeah)
    Moral of the story is the story finished us
    Damn, and you know that lesson stuck (right)
    Haven't left the 6ix in like a month (ayy)
    Fuck that, I'm here, baby, where the love? (Nah)
    Fuck that, I'm here, baby, just because (yeah, yeah)
    I would never leave, but I could though (6ix)
    Yes, I know I leave you, not for good, though (No)
    Same way you could diss, but you wouldn't though
    'Cause you know good and well that I'm

    Booted up, turned up, piped up (plug)
    I'm back, baby, where the love? (Where the love at?)
    I'm back, baby, where the love? (Where the love at?)
    I'm back, baby, where the love?
    Booted up, turned up, piped up (plug)
    I'm back, baby, where the love? (Where the love at?)
    I'm back, baby, where the love? (Where the love at?)
    I'm back, baby, where the love? (Ayy) Writer/s: Aubrey Graham, Cameron Pitts, Noah Shebib
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Ultra Tunes, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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