Interlude

Album: Cole World: The Sideline Story (2011)
  • I'm drivin', nigga as soon as I get the text we all in the car like,
    "Ahh, yeah nigga, we out here nigga, yeah nigga!"
    So we goin' crazy, we goin' crazy as fuck, we like super excited
    Dog, ten seconds later, all I see in the back and hear is "woop woop,"
    Blue lights right behind me, the fuckin' undercover car, of all things
    So I'm like fuck. I knew right away what it was
    Dawg, for the, for two and a half maybe three years before that, in New York,
    I was drivin' dirty, my license was no good
    Dawg, how 'bout the moment I found out I was gon' get the deal
    A fuckin' cop got behind me and I already knew what it was
    I handled it so like, I handled it the best way you could ever go to jail like I went to jail knowin',
    Bitch like, ah know what I'm sayin'?
    I'm in there dog, spendin' the night in jail realizin', like, these niggas have no clue,
    Bitch I'm 'bout to sign this shit
    That was the easiest night in jail a nigga could ever do, son Writer/s: JERMAINE L. COLE
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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