No Role Modelz

Album: 2014 Forest Hills Drive (2014)
Charted: 36
  • First things first rest in peace Uncle Phil
    For real, you the only father that I ever knew
    I get my bitch pregnant I'ma be a better you
    Prophesies that I made way back in the Ville
    Fulfilled, listen even back when we was broke my team ill
    Martin Luther King would have been on Dreamville
    Talk to a nigga

    One time for my LA sisters
    One time for my LA hoes
    Lame niggas can't tell the difference
    One time for a nigga who knows

    Don't save her, she don't wanna be saved

    No role models and I'm here right now
    No role models to speak of
    Searchin' through my memory, my memory
    I couldn't find one
    Last night I was gettin' my feet rubbed
    By the baddest bitch, not Trina, but I swear to God
    This bitch will make you call your girl up and tell her "Hey, what's good?
    "Sorry I'm never comin' home I'ma stay for good"
    Then hang the phone up, and proceed to lay the wood
    I came fast like 9-1-1 in white neighborhoods
    Ain't got no shame bout it
    She think I'm spoiled and I'm rich cause I can have any bitch
    I got defensive and said "Nah, I was the same without it"
    But then I thought back, back to a better me
    Before I was a B-list celebrity
    Before I started callin' bitches bitches so heavily
    Back when you could get a platinum plaque without no melody
    You wasn't sweatin' me

    One time for my LA sisters
    One time for my LA hoes
    Lame niggas can't tell the difference
    One time for a nigga who knows

    Don't save her, she don't wanna be saved

    I want a real love, dark skinned and Aunt Viv love
    That Jada and that Will love
    That leave a toothbrush at your crib love
    And you ain't gotta wonder whether that's your kid love
    Nigga I don't want no bitch from reality shows
    Out of touch with reality hoes
    Out in Hollywood bringin' back 5 or 6 hoes
    Fuck em' then we kick em' to the door
    Nigga you know how it go
    She deserved that, she a bird, it's a bird trap
    You think if I didn't rap she would flirt back
    Takin' off her skirt, let her wear my shirt before she leave
    I'ma need my shirt back
    Nigga you know how it go
    One time for my LA sisters
    One time for my LA hoes
    Lame niggas can't tell the difference
    One time for a nigga who knows

    Don't save her, she don't wanna be saved

    Fool me one time shame on you
    Fool me twice, can't put the blame on you
    Fool me three times, fuck the peace signs
    Load the chopper, let it rain on you

    Fool me one time shame on you
    Fool me twice, can't put the blame on you
    Fool me three times, fuck the peace signs
    Load the chopper, let it rain on you

    My only regret was too young for Lisa Bonet
    My only regret was too young for Nia Long
    Now all I'm left with is hoes from reality shows
    Hand her a script the bitch probably couldn't read along
    My only regret was too young for Sade Adu
    My only regret could never take Aaliyah home
    Now all I'm left with is hoes up in Greystone
    With the stale face cause they know it's they song
    She shallow but the pussy deep (she shallow, she shallow)

    Don't save her, she don't wanna be saved Writer/s: Danell Stevens, Darius Barnes, Earl Stevens, Jermaine Cole, Jordan Houston, Keith Jones, Marvin Whitemon, Paul Beauregard, Tenia Stevens
    Publisher: Ultra Tunes, Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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