Bring Dem Things

Album: Jungle Rules (2017)
  • Montana
    You know, I'm like yeah
    Nice P, you know
    What up P?
    (Skateboard)
    La Musica de Harry Fraud

    When I pull up they notice me
    Come and talk to me like Jodeci
    But don't you be too close to me
    Them goons you see, let it go for me
    I bring them things, I bring them things
    I call the plug (hello?) he bring them things
    Mucho bitches, I bring them tings
    Looking so expensive, rings and things
    I bring them things
    I bring them things
    I bring them things

    Mane, you don't wanna fuck with them bro
    Oh you high and they shooting, better get low
    Extort 'em, you ain't go no friends, oh
    They'll be fucking with that ass like a nympho
    Chanel scarf like rainbow barf
    $1000 sip nigga, this ain't yo' cloth
    You ain't dripping nigga, that ain't no sauce
    I can see the noodles, that shit made for poodles
    I'm thinking 'bout the LaFerrari coupe
    1.8, the option is the roof
    Greens is a sicken to the youth
    Your goals are malnourished nigga, please spit the juice
    Y'all be Bape and I be human-made and
    Y'all be aping, I'm Richard Mille nation
    No diamonds, just turn beyond facing
    With gears and sprockets with the sapphire casing

    When I pull up they notice me
    Come and talk to me like Jodeci
    But don't you be too close to me
    Them goons you see, let it go for me
    I bring them things, I bring them things
    I call the plug (hello?) he bring them things
    Mucho bitches, I bring them tings
    Looking so expensive, rings and things
    I bring them things
    I bring them things
    I bring them things

    Here's a little story about a kid from Morocco
    Had to show Carlito I was Benny Blanco
    Check it out, ra-raindrop, offset
    Fuck a plug, we the outlet
    Try put me in a box, I'm in the box office
    All the rocks made shawty blow my socks off
    Coke boy white, Mac Miller, Reggie Miller
    Shoot to kill her, canary quarterback, Steelers
    White villa from crack dealing
    Now Cîroc French Vanilla, garage like a dealer
    I kill 'em softly, Lauryn Hill 'em
    Get up off, crib Calabasas on the hill, I
    Had 'em on a needle, 45 plate
    Beatles wore revolvers on the red carpet
    Alcatraz bars, crash cars
    Ain't no future in fronting, my homie rip yo mask off

    When I pull up they notice me
    Come and talk to me like Jodeci
    But don't you be too close to me
    Them goons you see, let it go for me
    I bring them things, I bring them things
    I call the plug (hello?) he bring them things
    Mucho bitches, I bring them tings
    Looking so expensive, rings and things
    I bring them things
    I bring them things
    I bring them things Writer/s: BOB JAMES, CHUCK MINGIS, DAVE SANBORN, JIM HAYNIE, PAUL BUTTERFIELD, PHARRELL L. WILLIAMS
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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