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Album: Take Care (2011)
Charted: 57 13
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  • I might be too strung out on compliments
    Overdosed on confidence
    Started not to give a fuck and stopped fearing the consequence
    Drinkin' every night because we drink to my accomplishments
    Faded way too long, I'm floating in and out of consciousness
    And they sayin' I'm back, I'd agree with that
    I just take my time with all this shit, I still believe in that
    I had someone tell me I fell off, ouh I needed that
    And they wanna see me pick back up, well where'd I leave it at
    I know I exaggerated things, now I got it like that
    Tuck my napkin in my shirt, 'cause I'm just mobbin' like that
    You know good and well that you don't want a problem like that
    You gone make someone around me catch a body like that
    No, don't do it
    Please, don't do it
    'Cause one of us goes in
    And we all go through it
    Drizzy got the money, so Drizzy gonna pay it
    Those my brothers, I ain't even gotta say it
    That's just something they know

    They know, they know, they know
    They know, they know, they know
    They know, they know, they know
    Yeah, they know, yeah
    That the real is on the rise
    Fuck them other guys
    I even gave them a chance to decide
    Now it's something they know
    They know, they know, they know

    Yeah, I be yelling out money over everything, money on my mind
    Then she wanna ask when it got so empty
    Tell her I apologize, it happened over time
    She says they missed the old Drake, girl, don't tempt me

    If they don't get it, they'll be over you
    That new shit that you got is overdue
    You better do what you suppose to do
    I'm like "why I gotta be all?" that but still I can't deny the fact that it's true
    Listen to you expressing all them feelings
    Soap opera rappers, all these niggas sound like all my children
    And that's who you thinking is 'bout to come and make a killing
    I guess it really is just me, myself and all my millions
    You know the game even got it like that
    You gone hype me up and make me catch a body like that
    'Cause I live for this, it isn't just a hobby like that
    When they get my shit and play it, I ain't even gotta say it, they know

    They know, they know, they know
    They know, they know, they know
    They know, they know, they know
    Yeah, they know, yeah
    That the real is on the rise
    Fuck them other guys
    I even gave them a chance to decide
    Now it's something they know
    They know, they know, they know

    I be yelling out money over everything, money on my mind
    (Mind, mind, mind)
    Tell 'em I apologize, it happened over time
    (Time, time, time)
    They know

    (They know, they know, they know)
    (They know, they know, they know)
    (They know, they know, they know)
    Yeah Writer/s: Anthony George Palman, Aubrey Drake Graham, Matthew Jehu Samuels, Noah James Shebib
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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