Japan

Album: Dex Meet Dexter (2017)
Charted: 28
  • You know what I'm sayin'
    I just- that's just how I like to do it, know what I'm sayin' (Dexter)
    My real name is Dexter, haha
    I got a lot of more diamonds too
    I just got new diamonds by the way
    Uh, woah
    Dexter, huh
    Uh, yeah, uh what
    Baby girl, what you doing, where your mans? (where your man)
    I just popped a xan, fifty thousand in Japan (fifty thousand in Japan)
    You know what I'm sayin'
    I ain't doin' no playin', you dig (Dexter)
    Dexter (Dexter)
    Ooh, huh, wait, what
    Uh, yeah, what

    Baby girl, what you doing, where your mans? (where your)
    I just popped a xan, fifty thousand in Japan (fifty thousand in Japan)
    I ain't doin' no playin', these red bottoms, not no Vans
    And she tellin' all her friends, I might put 'em on the Gram, aye (yeah, Dexter)
    Baby girl, what you doing, where your mans? (where your mans, baby)
    I just popped a xan, fifty thousand in Japan (fifty thousand in Japan)
    I ain't doin' no playin', these red bottoms, not no Vans
    And she tellin' all her friends, I might put 'em on the Gram (uh, yeah, Dexter)

    Baby girl, what you doing, what's your name? (baby girl, what)
    I ain't playin' no games, see these diamonds in my chain (see these diamonds in my chain)
    Smokin' Mary Jane, yeah, I took it to the brain
    And she fuckin' for the fame, so I fuck her in my Range, ooh (skr, skr)
    Get that money to the top, never stop, ooh (Dexter)
    Mixin' red with Wock, used to sell that boy rerock, ooh (yeah, Dexter)
    But I'm the man, Cuban diamonds dance
    Had to fuck her friend, I might put it on the Gram

    Baby girl, what you doing, where your mans? (where your)
    I just popped a xan, fifty thousand in Japan (fifty thousand in Japan)
    I ain't doin' no playin', these red bottoms, not no Vans
    And she tellin' all her friends, I might put 'em on the Gram, aye (yeah, Dexter)
    Baby girl, what you doing, where your mans? (where your mans, baby)
    I just popped a xan, fifty thousand in Japan (fifty thousand in Japan)
    I ain't doin' no playin', these red bottoms, not no Vans
    And she tellin' all her friends, I might put 'em on the Gram (uh, yeah, Dexter, yeah what)

    Baby, wait (huh), hop up in this Wraith (skr)
    No this not a date, this a cruise, but don't debate, wait (baby)
    It's gettin' late (huh), think it's past eight (what)
    Took her to my place, baby ate me like some cake, wait (huh)
    Call Jay (Jay), think I need an eight (I think I need a eight)
    Dopey to the face, fuck, I need to take a break, wait (what)
    Don't be cool, money stupid blue (what)
    Your boyfriend is a fool, I'm tryna make you comfortable

    Baby girl, what you doing, where your mans? (where your)
    I just popped a xan, fifty thousand in Japan (fifty thousand in Japan)
    I ain't doin' no playin', these red bottoms, not no Vans
    And she tellin' all her friends, I might put 'em on the Gram, aye (yeah, Dexter)
    Baby girl, what you doing, where your mans? (where your mans, baby)
    I just popped a xan, fifty thousand in Japan (fifty thousand in Japan)
    I ain't doin' no playin', these red bottoms, not no Vans
    And she tellin' all her friends, I might put 'em on the Gram (uh, yeah, Dexter) Writer/s: Dexter Gore, Julian Gramma
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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