Don't Panic

Album: Mac & Cheese 4 (2014)
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  • Don't panic, nigga don't panic
    Don't panic, nigga don't panic

    Shawty fell in love with a hustler
    Man I took her from a buster
    Niggas keep talkin' like they know something
    I slide on your bitch like she hol' something
    Don't panic, don't panic
    We just getting started nigga don't panic
    Real niggas getting cake
    Watch the fake niggas hate
    Don't panic, don't panic
    We just getting started nigga don't panic
    Don't panic, don't panic
    We just getting started nigga don't panic

    Talking fish scale got the whole salmon
    See you fuck niggas from four planets
    Just getting started nigga don't panic
    If you a star, I'm a whole planet
    Acting like she won't get it
    Have her run through the team like Jerome Bettis
    You don't want it, don't look for it
    Have your bitch on a surfboard, surfboard, surfboard
    If you want this money, gotta work for it
    Puff puff pass, what you lookin' at?
    Bust it wide open, make it nasty

    Shawty fell in love with a hustler
    Man I took her from a buster
    Niggas keep talkin' like they know something
    I slide on your bitch like she hol' something
    Don't panic, don't panic
    We just getting started nigga don't panic
    Real niggas getting cake
    Watch the fake niggas hate
    Don't panic, don't panic
    We just getting started nigga don't panic
    Don't panic, don't panic
    We just getting started nigga don't panic

    I won't let up, sippin' that Ciroc amaretto
    Real bitches gon' wait on 'em, fake bitches gon' skate on 'em
    Real bitches getting cake, fake bitches gon' hate
    She a model on the Gram
    Getting swallowed was the plan
    This young thug need four bitches
    Take her to the crib take no pictures
    Ass fat, let me get up on it
    Bounce back early in the morning

    Shawty fell in love with a hustler
    Man I took her from a buster
    Niggas keep talkin' like they know something
    I slide on your bitch like she hol' something
    Don't panic, don't panic
    We just getting started nigga don't panic
    Real niggas getting cake
    Watch the fake niggas hate
    Don't panic, don't panic
    We just getting started nigga don't panic
    Don't panic, don't panic
    We just getting started nigga don't panic

    Don't panic, nigga don't panic, don't panic

    Shawty fell in love with a hustler
    Man I took her from a buster
    Niggas keep talkin' like they know something
    I slide on your bitch like she hol' something
    Don't panic, don't panic
    We just getting started nigga don't panic
    Real niggas getting cake
    Watch the fake niggas hate
    Don't panic, don't panic
    We just getting started nigga don't panic
    Don't panic, don't panic
    We just getting started nigga don't panic Writer/s: KARIM KHARBOUCH, MIKELY WILHELM ADAM
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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