Big Conspiracy

Album: Big Conspiracy (2020)
Charted: 19
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  • Keep all your game
    TSB

    You don't have to find me if I'm lookin' for you
    Cah I'ma spin 'round there when there's nothing to do
    Left everything red when I came out the blue
    I'ma walk right by like I ain't got a clue
    I'ma do me, you can do you, boo
    I'm sick and tired of lying to you
    And if I'm lookin' at you, it's from birds-eye-view
    They wanna judge me from what they heard I do
    It's a big conspiracy
    Nah, nah, nah, it's not true
    Had a black belt but it wasn't Kung-Fu
    All you saw was LV when man withdrew

    You never saw me in a suit, but I had a blazer
    Anything I do, you know I do it major
    He live two doors away from Anastasia
    When we peppered that shit, you know he cannot stay here
    Everybody look like a secret agent
    So I say no to drugs like Ronald Reagan
    Talking shit, you don't think first when you say things
    He weren't the same when I bucked him on that occasion
    There's no law, how can I be law abiding?
    He's still deciding whether he's riding
    The world is small so it's not hard to find him
    Nothing in this dunya is satisfying
    All these nigga's selling out, but nobody's buying
    You can be a jungle lion or a circus lion
    How you talk mad smoke and never banged an iron?
    The guy he betrays is not the guy inside him

    You don't have to find me if I'm lookin' for you
    'Cause I'ma spin 'round there when there's nothing to do
    Left everything red when I came out the blue
    I'ma walk right by like I ain't got a clue
    I'ma do me, you can do you, boo
    I'm sick and tired of lying to you
    And if I'm lookin' at you, it's from birds-eye-view
    They wanna judge me from what they heard I do
    It's a big conspiracy
    Nah, nah, nah, it's not true
    Had a black belt but it wasn't Kung-Fu
    All you saw was LV when man withdrew

    If he's a real nigga, then we makin' the lies
    I didn't say a word, I talk with silence
    You can't govern me, I show my defiance
    Look deep in your soul if you're lookin' for guidance
    They sent my nigga back to the Carib' islands
    What you been on? Me, I'm just surviving
    I was out in the country, now I'm just arriving
    I don't like Donny 'cause he's too conniving
    But I don't watch Donny everyday, I'm striving
    You don't like money, never seen you grinding
    You know I'm so cruddy, let the lighting strike him
    Ain't it so funny how it's perfect timing?
    Sometimes motherfuckers need reminding
    Ain't it crazy how karma can bite like Tyson?
    Crazy how this road life is so enticing
    Crazy how all the underdogs are rising

    You don't have to find me if I'm lookin' for you
    I'ma spin 'round there when there's nothing to do
    Left everything red when I came out the blue
    And I'ma walk right by like I ain't got a clue
    I'ma do me, you can do you, boo
    'Cause I'm sick and tired of lying to you
    If I'm lookin' at you, it's from birds-eye-view
    They wanna judge me from what they heard I do
    It's a big conspiracy
    No, it's not true
    Had a black belt but it wasn't Kung-Fu
    All you saw was LV when man withdrew

    TSB Writer/s: Alastair Joseph O'donnell, Ikeoluwa Oluwatobi Oluwajare Oladigbolu, Momodou Lamin Jallow
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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