Fancy

Album: The New Classic (2014)
Charted: 5 1
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    First things first, I'm the realest (realest)
    Drop this and let the whole world feel it (let 'em feel it)
    And I'm still in the murder business
    I can hold you down, like I'm givin' lessons in physics (right)
    You should want a bad bitch like this (ha)
    Drop it low and pick it up just like this (yeah)
    Cup of Ace, cup of Goose, cup of Cris
    High heels, somethin' worth a half a ticket on my wrist (on my wrist)
    Takin' all the liquor straight, never chase that (never)
    Rooftop like we bringin' '88 back (what)
    Bring the hooks in, where the bass at?
    Champagne spillin', you should taste that

    I'm so fancy
    You already know
    I'm in the fast lane
    From L.A. to Tokyo
    I'm so fancy
    Can't you taste this gold
    Remember my name, 'bout to blow

    I said baby, I do this, I thought that, you knew this
    Can't stand no haters and honest, the truth is
    And my flow retarded, they speak it, depart it
    Swagger on super, I can't shop at no department
    Better get my money on time, if they not money, decline
    And swear I meant that there so much that they give that line a rewind
    So get my money on time, if they not money, decline
    I just can't worry 'bout no haters, gotta stay on my grind
    Now tell me, who that, who that?
    That do that, do that?
    Put that paper over all, I thought you knew that, knew that
    I be that I-G-G-Y, put my name in bold
    I been working, I'm up in here with some change to throw

    I'm so fancy
    You already know
    I'm in the fast lane
    From L.A. to Tokyo
    I'm so fancy
    Can't you taste this gold
    Remember my name, 'bout to blow

    Trash the hotel
    Let's get drunk on the mini bar
    Make the phone call
    Feels so good getting what I want, yeah
    Keep on turning it up
    Chandelier swinging, we don't give a fuck
    Film star, yeah I'm deluxe
    Classic, expensive, you don't get to touch, ow

    Still stunting, how you love that
    Got the whole world asking how I does that
    Hot girl, hands off, don't touch that
    Look at that I bet you wishing you could clutch that
    Just the way you like it, huh?
    You're so good, he's just wishing he could bite it, huh? (say what what?)
    Never turn down money
    Slaying these hoes, gold trigger on the gun like

    I'm so fancy
    You already know
    I'm in the fast lane
    From L.A. to Tokyo
    I'm so fancy
    Can't you taste this gold
    Remember my name, 'bout to blow

    Who that, who that, I-G-G-Y
    That do that, do that, I-G-G-Y
    Who that, who that, I-G-G-Y
    (Blow)

    Who that, who that, I-G-G-Y
    That do that, do that, I-G-G-Y
    Who that, who that, I-G-G-Y
    (Blow) Writer/s: Charlotte Emma Aitchison, George Astasio, Amethyst Amelia Kelly, Jason Andrew Pebworth, Jon Turner, Jonathan Christopher Shave, Kurtis Isaac McKenzie
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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