Straight Outta Southside

Album: T.O.S. (Terminate on Sight) (2008)
  • [Banks]
    Straight outta Southside
    Crazy motherfucker named Bank-o
    Crack rap, million doller bankroll
    Black Lac, for my outta state ho
    These niggas talk gangster
    But really ain't tho
    I'ma stormy night, you a rainbow
    I'ma G, tight clothes ain't my thing bro
    Fuck the Police with an HIV carrier
    No Vaseline in the M-16
    I'm ridin' dirty but the Bent pimp clean
    And gotta body like I feed it creatine
    My birth stone in diamond, my favorite color's green
    I smoke lean and piss Louis the XIII

    My name is Yayo
    A crazy nigga he don't play tho
    I hit'cha planters peanut wit the .80
    Al Qaeda expert merkin'
    When all my niggas die
    They gon' have 80 virgins
    I'm the 'Burb swervin'
    Cause I'm drunk and I'm high
    Wit that glock and pump, that mac and .45
    Fuck the police they killed Sean Bell
    Fuck the FEDS I still deal fishscale
    Mini me niggas wanna copy my style
    But legal aid lawyers ain't good for trial
    Pull up to the projects and throw the kids 100's
    Drop top Phantom got him sick in his stomach

    [50 Cent]
    Nigga this Boo-Boo
    But you can call me 50
    Fuck wit me the bullets'll have to get me
    760i I ride I'ma rider
    Beef pop, I'll stop talkin' and get quiet
    And make muzzle on the Tech look like its on fire
    My shit jammed and unjammed like I planned it
    Like I was just takin' a breather I'm back blaming
    I'm Charles Bronson, Dirty Harry wit the cannon
    You shootin' back, but you ain't hittin',
    Shit I'm still standing
    When shit don't go down smooth I don't panic
    Switch pistol, switch hands, switch targets hit ya man
    Yea, nigga I'm straight outta southside
    I'm back on that gorilla shit, that cold hearted killa shit
    Stunt get'cha mouth wide
    We move around militant
    We trained for some iller shit
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management
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