Cosby Sweater

Album: Walking Under Stars (2014)
  • Watch me do my thing
    Get lost into my scene
    Get hot, like New Orleans
    In Cosby crew and jeans
    Do not awaken, stare a lot and vacant
    Living in conditions of the modern matrix
    Only bad rhymes running proper naked
    Only point I made you with, the bullet was a paper
    I ain't here to fight some dude, and fuck around with his spouse
    I'd rather light your mood and burn it down with the house
    Eat your heart from the groove on account of the bounce
    And lick her like Tom Cruise, up and down on a couch
    Status never mattered, ever acted whether
    Like Christina Aguilera, just let yourself go
    Matter Pressure and endevour that is better left
    Christine track a record to let you all know
    That we'd be king's even homeless
    Been in these kingdoms to roam just
    Slap a rapper like Solange Knowles
    At the gathering to known all that matter like a black hole

    And it's all good
    And it's all good
    And it's all good

    I feel like Bobby Fischer
    Always four moves ahead of
    My competition, listen they ain't gonna stop me ever
    I feel as large as Biggie, swear it could not get better
    I feel in charge like Biggie, wearing that Cosby sweater
    Wearing that Cosby sweater
    Wearing that Cosby sweater
    Wearing that Cosby sweater
    Wearing that Cosby sweater

    I'ma step up every chance when I rumble
    They all call me champ of the Jungle
    It's fitting
    Imma get drunk and dance like your uncle
    Until I'm all hands like your uncle
    I'm kidding
    The venomous inventor, when I enter then it's over
    When I'm spitting venom, I'm as generous as Oprah
    You get a scar! You get a scar! You get a scar!
    Me drunk in the back of a rental car
    Pat Benatar, love is a battlefield
    Here to get you out your seat like a battle drill
    I'm in the saddle still, a little saddle sore
    Smash you out the stratosphere, flashy as a matador
    When I'm dressed like Theo's Dad
    In a coogi listening to Kool G Rap
    I won't beat around the bush like a seventies porn
    I'll make you wish that you never been born

    And it's all good
    And it's all good
    And it's all good
    And it's all good
    I feel like Bobby Fischer
    Always four moves ahead of
    My competition, listen they ain't gonna stop me ever
    I feel as large as Biggie, swear it could not get better
    I feel in charge like Biggie, wearing that Cosby sweater
    Wearing that Cosby sweater
    Wearing that Cosby sweater
    Wearing that Cosby sweater
    Wearing that Cosby sweater

    Take a ride on the bus out of this alley
    We could fire up the night like Prince Harry
    Fuck the high life, we could vibe like
    We got wirelines hanging from behind like we're just married

    I'll turn the artform into a bloodsport
    I'll make pea soup out of a pea-brain
    They wanna run the streets like parkour
    I'd rather run these tracks like a steam train (Like a steam train)

    I feel like Bobby Fischer
    Always four moves ahead of
    My competition, listen they ain't gonna stop me ever
    I feel as large as Biggie, swear it could not get better
    I feel in charge like Biggie, wearing that Cosby sweater
    Wearing that Cosby sweater
    Wearing that Cosby sweater
    Wearing that Cosby sweater
    Wearing that Cosby sweater
    Wearing that Cosby sweater
    Wearing that Cosby sweater Writer/s: DEMETRIUS CHRISTOPHOLUS, JOHN KELMAN, BARRY FRANCIS, MATTHEW LAMBERT, DANIEL SMITH
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Downtown Music Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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