Pachanga

Album: Loso's Way (2009)
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  • A thug changes and love changes
    And best friends become strangers, Pachangas
    Pa-Pa-Pachangas , Pa-Pa-Pachangas

    Yo everything ain't love, love cause if it is
    My definition of love must differ his
    I mean every friendship has its differences
    But these 'Young Bucks' remind me of 'Fif' and his
    They hear the good life, wanna see what the difference is
    Some just wanna smoke, enjoy the piff-vileges
    He unwrap a cigar like it's a gift of his
    He a funny lil nigga like Eddie Griffin is
    Between smokin' and chokin' then you got to live
    So I gave him a chance and that's a lot to give
    We 'posed to make the most of what you was paid to gross
    I gave you bread and butter you supposed to make the toast
    Fifteen years, fifteen years
    And now when we say 'what's up' the shit seem weird
    But there's a question I prepared for you
    How could you fuck the only people who ever cared for you?
    A thug changes

    A thug changes and love changes
    And best friends become strangers, Pachangas
    Pa-Pa-Pachangas , Pa-Pa-Pachangas
    A thug changes and love changes
    And best friends become strangers, Pachangas
    Pa-Pa-Pachangas , Pa-Pa-Pachangas

    There's a parallel path 'tween friends and enemies
    And whenever you cross it you make friend-emies
    There's no remedies for these sick memories
    My doctor said there's no cure for the Emmales
    Had a crush on you now we Kim and Cease
    We don't even talk no more it's no biggie
    I was so Biggie, you was Faith
    I let you slide in my home, you was safe
    I thought my ability to provide you stability
    Was what was really G, okay silly me
    I was Billy D, smooth cappa really street
    Really she attract niggaz like the a Milli beat
    And I happen to rap but somethin' 'bout this beat strange
    Soon as I try to flow with it the beat change
    Never thought she'd change
    But what you thinks a upgrade really just could be a seat change

    A thug changes and love changes
    And best friends become strangers, Pachangas
    Pa-Pa-Pachangas, Pa-Pa-Pachangas
    A thug changes and love changes
    And best friends become strangers, Pachangas
    Pa-Pa-Pachangas, Pa-Pa-Pachangas

    See when the love is gone then it's just B.S. left
    Just niggas with chains on tryna be S.F. (Street Fam)
    That's when your ace become ya B.F.F.
    Pa-Pa-Pa-Pachange ya like they was a P.F. chef
    Da-Da-Da-Danger, it just feels 'Mystikal'
    I miss the cool nights sittin in the Coll-O
    Now it's like boo we sittin' in Apollo
    It used to be all good then shit just went mile low
    And that's bad, matter fact that's sad
    Cause when you lose a friend it's hard to handle the loss
    They do some bitch shit gotta give ya man a divorce
    End up watchin' Friends like Joey, Chandler and Ross, ya see
    Most of these niggas ain't never love 'em
    And these bitches just think whatever of 'em
    So maybe playin' dumb was kinda clever of 'em
    And less friends are your best friends become strangers

    A thug changes and love changes
    And best friends become strangers, Pachangas
    Pa-Pa-Pachangas, Pa-Pa-Pachangas
    A thug changes and love changes
    And best friends become strangers, Pachangas
    Pa-Pa-Pachangas, Pa-Pa-Pachangas Writer/s: DOMINIC JAMES MILLER, GORDON MATTHEW "STING" SUMNER, JEAN CLAUDE OLIVIER, JOHN JACKSON, KENNY GAMBLE, LEON HUFF, NASIR JONES, SAMUEL BARNES
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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