Wu-Tang Forever

Album: Nothing Was the Same (2013)
Charted: 52
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  • Uh, uh, uh, ah

    I just love when I'm with you, yeah, this shit is on ten
    We used to be friends, girl, and even back then
    You would look at me with no hesitation and you'd tell me baby, it's yours (it's yours)
    Nobody else's, yeah, this shit belong to nobody, it's yours (it's yours)
    Nobody else's, yeah, this shit belong to nobody and that
    What made me think about the game, girl
    And how I switched it up with a new thang
    Young nigga came through on his Wu-Tang
    And nowadays when I ask about who got it, they say it's yours (it's yours)
    Nobody else's, yeah, this shit belong to nobody, it's yours
    Nobody else's, yeah, this shit belong to nobody, it's yours (it's yours)
    It's yours, it's yours, it's yours, that's for sure, that's for sure, yeah
    (It's yours, it's yours, it's yours)
    It's yours, it's yours, it's yours, that's for sure, that's for sure
    (It's yours, it's yours, it's yours, it's yours)

    How you feel about, coming home with a, nigga for the night?
    If you nervous, hit the lights, I know we only fucking out of spite
    'Cause your man don't do you right, do you right, I could fuck you so good
    Then I hit you with the 9 a.m. in Dallas who you like, baby, who you like

    Machine gun raps for all my niggas in the back
    Stadium packed, just glad to see the city on the map
    I just gave the city life, it ain't about who did it first
    It's about who did it right, niggas looking like "Preach"
    Open cases on me for a half a million each
    I find peace knowing that it's harder in the streets
    I know, luckily I didn't have to grow there
    I would only go there cause there's niggas that I know there
    I don't know what's getting into me
    I just like the rush when you see your enemy somewhere in the club
    And you realize he just not in a position to reciprocate your energy
    You ain't ever worried cause he's not who he pretends to be
    People like Mazin who was a best friend to me
    Start to become a distant memory
    Things change in that life and this life started lacking synergy
    And fucking with me mentally, I think it's meant to be, yeah
    Paranoid, always rolling with my mothafuckin' boys
    But you gotta understand when it's yours
    They don't really leave your ass with a mothafuckin' choice, man

    Ah, I just love when I'm with you, yeah, this shit is on ten
    We used to be friends, girl, and even back then
    You would look at me with no hesitation and you'd tell me baby, it's yours (it's yours)
    Nobody else's, yeah, this shit belong to nobody, it's yours (it's yours)
    Nobody else's, yeah, this shit belong to nobody and that
    What made me think about the game, girl
    And how I switched it up with a new thang
    Young nigga came through on his Wu-Tang
    And nowadays when I ask about who got it, they say it's yours (it's yours)
    Nobody else's, yeah, this shit belong to nobody, it's yours
    Nobody else's, yeah, this shit belong to nobody, it's yours
    It's yours, it's yours, it's yours, that's for sure, that's for sure, yeah
    (It's yours, it's yours, it's yours)
    It's yours, it's yours, it's yours, that's for sure, that's for sure
    (It's yours, it's yours, it's yours, it's yours)

    How you feel about? Writer/s: Anthony George Palman, Aubrey Drake Graham, Corey Todd Woods, Dennis David Coles, Jason Hunter, Jeremy Rose, Juergen Korduletsch, Lamont Jody Hawkins, Mats Bjoerklund, Noah James Shebib, Robert F. Diggs, Thoris Baldursson
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Downtown Music Publishing, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
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