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Album: Single release only (2017)
  • Uh
    It's Iggy Iggs!
    What you want, look
    Look

    Kick in the door, wavin' the four fizzy
    They already know they can't fuck with Iggy
    True's cost more than the rent do, you know that
    All black on when I come through, it's Kodak
    Mirror, mirror on the wall
    Is Iggy the ziggy-iggy the baddest of 'em all?
    Why you come through, shut down the mall?
    All that ass deserve an applause

    Change the game (change it up, change it up now)
    Switchin' up the game (switch it up, switch it up now)
    There I go again (here we go, here we go)
    Play your role, play you role
    Fantasy (fantasy)
    Turns reality (turn reality)
    Right in front of me (right in front of me)
    I can have it anyway I want

    Red light, yellow light, green light, switch!
    This is 'bout that time you recognize that I'm that bitch
    This is all that sauce your mama said you couldn't get
    Red light, yellow light, green light, switch!

    Me and my boo on a worldwide hustle
    You know what it is when I flex that muscle
    I don't even know what a real one do
    Talk that talk, I can back it up too
    Got yo dessert, call me the waiter
    I'm flirtin', you get it later
    You could get it from the inside out
    No hands, you could put it in your mouth

    Change the game (change it up, change it up now)
    Switchin' up the game (switch it up, switch it up now)
    There I go again (here we go, here we go)
    Play your role, play you role
    Fantasy (fantasy)
    Turns reality (turn reality)
    Right in front of me (right in front of me)
    I can have it anyway I want

    Red light, yellow light, green light, switch!
    This is 'bout that time you recognize that I'm that bitch
    This is all that sauce your mama said you couldn't get
    Red light, yellow light, green light, switch!

    Uh, it's Iggy bitches
    What you want?
    What you want, want, want?

    Switch it up, the Lamb, the Bentley truck
    He don't love you, that ring ain't big enough
    If they talkin' that money I'm showing up
    My account getting bigger, it's growing up
    And I'm still a ma'fuckin' rockstar
    Popstar but I roll with the mobsters
    Yacht club on the shore eating lobster
    While I'm stunting in Geneva with my top off

    Red light, yellow light, green light, switch!
    This is 'bout that time you recognize that I'm that bitch
    This is all that sauce your mama said you couldn't get
    Red light, yellow light, green light, switch!
    Red light, yellow light, green light, switch! (Had to switch it up on 'em, switch it up on 'em)
    This is about the time you recognize I'm that bitch (I had to switch it up on 'em, switch it up on 'em)
    This is all that sauce your mama said you couldn't get (switchin' down switchin' up on 'em, switch it up on 'em)
    Red light, yellow light, green light, switch! (I had to switch it up on 'em, switch it up on 'em) Writer/s: AKIL KING, AMETHYST AMELIA KELLY, ANTON HARD AF SEGERSTAD, CHRISTOPHER WALLACE, CHRISTOPHER E MARTIN, GEORGIA KU OVERTON, JAY HAWKINS, KYLE OWENS, MAURICE SIMMONDS
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., BMG Rights Management, ANTHEM ENTERTAINMENT LP
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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