Dirty Bass

Album: Dirty Bass (2012)
  • Dirty bass
    I love that
    Dirty bass
    I love that!

    Deep low when I feel loco
    Don't trip, make a dip like a lolo
    Uh, make a dip like a lolo
    Then I rolo, rolo
    Uh I love that dirty bass, uh, uh
    I love that, uh, uh
    I love that, I love that dirty bass, uh
    I love that, I love that
    I love that

    Yo, I make girls jiggle, right down the middle
    My girl's from Assadena, she ain't that ghetto
    She likes to sip the bubb', VIP at the club
    But when it comes to bass
    My girl got a banging trunk

    Think the way that you roll (think the way that you roll)
    Put your bass down low (put your bass down low)
    You can come to the crib (you can come to the crib)
    Leave your shoes at the door (shoes at the door)
    You know what you're here for (you know what you're here for)
    You know what you're here for (you know what you're here for)
    Girl, shake that dirty bass
    Real girls get down on the floor

    Deep low when I feel loco
    Don't trip, make a dip like a lolo
    Uh, make a dip like a lolo
    Then I rolo, rolo
    Uh I love that dirty bass, uh, uh
    I love that, uh, uh
    I love that, I love that dirty bass, uh
    I love that, I love that

    I'm going ham when the beat drop
    Got beef, eat it like a pork chop
    And the base pump pump like a beat box
    I'm so hot, gonna fend them like a tea cup
    He killer, bang got his chain
    Big belly, chilling on the big
    Well uh, your girl icky, give me licky licky
    No smalls, all biggie biggie
    Yum, she rap to the beat
    Back, back it up, hit it beep beep
    Come to LA, life on the beach
    She give me brain screech
    Glove, pop it
    Dirty bass
    Girls dropping
    Young Money
    Cash, ride it
    Shake that ass, ass, ass

    Deep low when I feel loco
    Don't trip, make a dip like a lolo
    Uh, make a dip like a lolo
    Then I rolo, rolo
    Uh I love that dirty bass, uh, uh
    I love that, uh, uh
    I love that, I love that dirty bass, uh
    I love that, I love that
    Dirty, I love that, dirty

    I'll bang that woofer, if she's a looker
    I'm cruising Hollywood at five
    I don't want no hooker
    I need a five for free for the free
    Let's take it back to the motel
    Now, I'm in too deep

    Think the way that you roll (think the way that you roll)
    Put your bass down low (put your bass down low)
    You can come to the crib (you can come to the crib)
    Leave your shoes at the door (shoes at the door)
    You know what you're here for (you know what you're here for)
    You know what you're here for (you know what you're here for)
    Girl, shake that dirty bass
    Real girls get down on the floor
    Shake it

    The way you make me shake, I love that
    The way you make me shake, I love that
    The way you make me shake, I love that
    The way you make me shake,
    Make me shake, make me shake,
    I love that

    Deep low when I feel loco
    Don't trip, make a dip like a lolo
    Uh, make a dip like a lolo
    Then I rolo, rolo
    Uh I love that dirty bass, uh, uh
    I love that, uh, uh
    I love that, I love that dirty bass, uh
    I love that, I love that Writer/s: RAY ROMULUS, NATHAN WALKER, JONATHAN YIP, JEREMY REEVES, JAE CHOUNG, JAMES ROH, KEVIN NISHMUNA, VIRMAN COQUIA
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Ultra Tunes, MISSING LINK MUSIC, SPIKY I M IN PUBLISHING
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