Pride N Joy

Album: single release only (2012)
  • And even if she all about the money I don't really care, yeah
    I got a lot of money it's enough of it that we can share, share

    And even if she all about the money I don't really care, yeah
    I got a lot of money it's enough of it that we can share, share

    ('Fore you steal my pride 'n' joy) Court side at the Knick game, who the don?
    Plus I worked on your kick game, Louboutin
    Berkin bags made of python
    She a beautiful nightmare (Turn the lights on)
    So I could see that ass
    Word to Martin Louie, the king (She free at last)
    (Word to my nigga Joe Crack, you let her hold some stacks)
    Yeah, before we go to the club she wanna go to Saks
    I let her get the gold card, I'mma hold the black
    (I let her get the black card, I couldn't hold her back)
    'Cause back in the back yard she used to hold the crack
    So I cut them other hoes off like a couldesac

    I ain't never felt like this, I need some more (Now how cold is that?)
    You gon' have to show me more, but you still my pride n joy
    What's goin' on with me and you is real for sure
    But you gon' have to show me more, but you still my pride n joy
    You're still my pride n joy

    I ate dinner after, share with another, yo
    She love women and she keeps it under covers yo
    And I love women, so she brings them under covers, yo
    Fight then we fuck again, I swear I really love her though
    Don't wanna be a player, help her find another Joe
    Just to prove I love her, I use rubbers on my other hoes
    And if she ever find out it'd be another blow
    And that only me that I'mma have to hit another store
    Spend another knot, hit another lot
    That's how you know if you are in love or not
    Bought her moms a whip on Mother's Day
    Now I gotta get her the same whip her mother got

    I ain't never felt like this, I need some more
    You gon' have to show me more, but you still my pride n joy
    What's goin' on with me and you is real for sure
    But you gon' have to show me more, but you still my pride n joy
    You're still my pride n joy

    And even if she all about the money I don't really care, yeah
    I got a lot of money it's enough of it that we can share, share

    And even if she all about the money I don't really care, yeah
    I got a lot of money it's enough of it that we can share, share

    And even if she all about the money I don't really care, yeah
    I got a lot of money it's enough of it that we can share, share

    And even if she all about the money I don't really care, yeah
    I got a lot of money it's enough of it that we can share, share Writer/s: KANYE WEST, ROOSEVELT HARRELL III, JOSEPH CARTAGENA, RICO LOVE, JEFFREY JOHNSON
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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