Villuminati

Album: Born Sinner (2013)
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  • It's way darker this time

    Sometimes I brag like Hov
    Born sinner, the opposite of a winner
    Sometimes I brag like Hov
    Born sinner, the opposite of a winner
    Sometimes I brag like Hov
    Born sinner, the opposite of a winner
    Sometimes I brag like Hov
    Now I'm in the limelight cause I rhyme tight
    Time to get paid, blow up like the World Trade

    Sometimes I brag like Hov
    Sometimes I'm real like Pac
    Sometimes I focus on the flow to show the skills I got
    Sometimes I focus on the dough
    Look at these bills I got
    This is a message for some rappers trying to steal my spot
    You niggas famous on the internet
    I'm real life hot
    Homie, get your weight up
    Fake niggas get sprayed up
    My verbal AK slay faggots
    And I don't mean no disrespect
    Whenever I say faggot, okay faggot?
    Don't be so sensitive
    If you want to get fucked in the ass
    That's between you and whoever else's dick it is
    Pause, maybe that line was too far
    Just a little joke to show how homophobic you are
    And who can blame ya
    Boy Meets World
    I'm trying to find a new Topanga
    And bang her out, no hanging out
    My pops was club hopping back when Rick James was out
    And all I get is Trinidad James
    Wait a minute that's strange
    Sip a bit of champagne, say fuck
    If the hoes like it
    I love it nigga nigga nigga
    Used to watch Rap City Big Tigga Tigga
    Rap nerd even copped Rah Digga Digga
    Pac had a nigga saying fuck Jigga, fuck Biggie
    I was only like eleven so forgive me
    A decade later I be all up in the city
    Trying to get Hov to fuck with me
    With a burned CD full of jams that was up in my hand
    When he said he didn't want it
    It was, fuck him again
    One day, he gon' regret playing me
    Little did I know
    In a year he'd be fucking paying me
    What can you say to me
    I beat the odds like Vegas
    I use to rap about haters before niggas was hating me
    Now they hate to see a young Black man with a college degree
    Fucking all these little models for free
    Pardon me

    Sometimes I brag like Hov
    Born sinner, the opposite of a winner
    Sometimes I brag like Hov
    Born sinner, the opposite of a winner
    Sometimes I brag like Hov
    Born sinner, the opposite of a winner
    Sometimes I brag like Hov
    Got the game back and I ain't never lettin' go

    I'm the prince of the city
    I studied Machiavelli
    You niggas couldn't blow with C4 strapped to your belly
    I snuck up out the parks where niggas be living heartless
    And cannot tell the difference between Iraqi, Israeli
    So I'm wondering really
    What could you actually tell me
    I'm tryna keep my homie from throwing crack in the skully
    So, back with this pen to give back for my sins
    Took a black president to tell the Japanese sorry
    But who the fuck gon' tell my niggas sorry
    Never seen his pops cause he's sorry
    Fuck the education
    Would ask for reparations
    But I'm probably just gonna buy Ferraris, vroom
    Please forgive him
    According to the preacher man he needs Jesus in him
    But the Devil run the T.V. so the demons in him
    I'm in trouble
    Did a deal with the Devil but now I'm pleading with him
    Like give me my soul

    My nigga
    I ain't ever letting you go again
    I ain't ever letting go
    I ain't ever letting you go again
    Please give me my soul
    I ain't ever letting go
    I ain't ever letting you go again
    Please give me my soul
    I ain't ever letting go
    But the Devil don't play fair

    I'm bout to go and join the Illuminati
    Fuck everybody
    I'm bout to go and join the Illuminati
    Fuck everybody
    I'm bout to go and join the Illuminati
    Fuck everybody
    I'm bout to go and join the Illuminati

    This next three bars is dedicated to the retards
    Keep on asking me about the Illuminati
    Is you stupid nigga
    Young Black millionaire
    Old White billionaires
    I'm sure that they could do without me
    And I ain't really into sacrificing human bodies
    Couple more A's I would have been a summa cuma laude
    Beyonce told me that she want to cop a blue Bugatti
    That shit is more than what I'm worth
    I think she knew it probably
    Well this is awkward
    Want to know what else is really awkward
    When niggas buy rings for bitches I had flings with
    I'm praying I don't see them at the Oscars

    Oh hey what's up? What's goin' on with you?
    OK, friend hug, friend hug, just a friend
    Keep it friendly, friends, friends

    Re-adjusted my target audience
    Cause it's obvious
    I've gone astray
    Losing my way like Timberlake
    Produced by Timberland on that goddamn FutureSex/LoveSounds
    What's playing in my mind
    Just the sound of my whole career
    Crashing burning
    The thing that I mostly fear
    Was on track for the first two years
    Until I let the Devil steer
    Now what have we here
    Mask my tears, but I

    I ain't ever letting go
    I ain't ever letting you go again
    I ain't ever letting go
    I ain't ever letting you go again
    I ain't ever letting go
    I ain't ever letting you go again
    I ain't ever letting go

    Allow me to re-introduce myself
    My name is Cole
    My nigga
    Born sinner, the opposite of a winner
    Sometimes I brag like Hov
    Allow me to re-introduce myself
    My name is Cole
    My nigga
    Born sinner, the opposite of a winner
    Sometimes I brag like Hov
    Born Sinner Writer/s: Christopher Wallace, James Mtume, Jean-Claude Olivier, Jermaine Coleman, Robert Kelly, Sean Combs, Sylvester Stewart, Todd Thomas
    Publisher: Cloud9, Downtown Music Publishing, JELLYBEAN MUSIC GROUP, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
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