No Pressure

Album: Jungle Rules (2017)
  • Choppa Choppa blang, he a coppa too
    Ain't gonna say no names, he a rapper too

    You don't want no pressure, you don't want no pressure
    You don't want no pressure, you don't want no pressure
    You don't want no pressure, you don't want no
    You don't want no pressure, you don't want no pressure
    You don't want no pressure, you don't want no pressure
    You don't want no pressure, you don't want no

    Hoppin' out foreign cars, forty deep
    Hundred thou' blowin' that in AOD
    And that's why I'm the best, fuck with me
    'Cause a nigga flip flop like he standin' on the beach
    Hoppin' up stage, got my diamonds, dirty dancin'
    You know I work dirty, got 'em higher than a parasail
    Tell my other bitch I'm on my other bitch, yeah
    I just do that shit to make my other bitch jealous
    Forty in the kitchen and then he whippin' up the dressin'
    Every time you call, I be like, look, hold on, don't stress me
    You know I talk the 9, like a motherfuckin' ferris wheel
    You want it? You can get it if you wanna learn your lesson

    You don't want no pressure, you don't want no pressure
    You don't want no pressure, you don't want no pressure
    You don't want no pressure, you don't want no
    You don't want no pressure, you don't want no pressure
    You don't want no pressure, you don't want no pressure
    You don't want no pressure, you don't want no

    Became friends with a dope head (dope head)
    To be inside the mind of a dope head
    How many crimes in a dope head?
    I got that one time for the dope heads
    The people love the streets vs. the feds, yeah
    Countin' 'til your thumb numb, hell yeah
    Printin' like a money presser, hell yeah
    You can smell the Franklins in the air, yeah
    Put you in the loop, I make my own laws
    Last six summers, we had no falls
    And we still stashin' hundreds in the brick walls
    Paid my dog commissary almost no cost

    You don't want no pressure, you don't want no pressure
    You don't want no pressure, you don't want no pressure
    You don't want no pressure, you don't want no
    You don't want no pressure, you don't want no pressure
    You don't want no pressure, you don't want no pressure
    You don't want no pressure, you don't want no

    Choppers, choppers, bang, they was lookin' for me
    Ain't gon' say no names, probably lookin' for me
    Choppers, choppers, bang, they was lookin' for me
    Ain't gon' say no names, probably lookin' for me
    Choppers, choppers, bang, he a copper, too
    Ain't gon' say no names, he a robber, too
    Choppers, choppers, bang, he a copper, too
    Ain't gon' say no names, he a robber, too

    You don't want no pressure, you don't want no pressure
    You don't want no pressure, you don't want no pressure
    You don't want no pressure, you don't want no
    You don't want no pressure, you don't want no pressure
    You don't want no pressure, you don't want no pressure
    You don't want no pressure, you don't want no pressure Writer/s: FLOYD EUGENE BENTLEY, KARIM KHARBOUCH, MELVIN III MOORE, NAYVADIUS WILBURN, NOEL C. FISHER
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, Spirit Music Group, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., BMG Rights Management
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