Family Feud

Album: 4:44 (2017)
Charted: 51
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  • My nigga got on
    My nigga got all white, no socks
    My nigga got that cocaina on today
    That's how he feel
    Turn my vocal up
    That's how you feel, Emory?
    Turn my vocal up some more
    Turn my vocal up, Guru!
    Turn the music up too

    Super Bowl goals
    My wife in the crib feedin' the kids liquid gold
    We in a whole different mode
    Kid that used to pitch bricks can't be pigeonholed
    I cooked up more chicken when the kitchen closed
    Oh, we gon' reach a billi' first
    I told my wife the spiritual shit really work
    Alhamdulillah, I run through 'em all
    Hovi's home, all these phonies come to a halt
    All this old talk left me confused
    You'd rather be old rich me or new you?
    And old niggas, y'all stop actin' brand new
    Like 2Pac ain't have a nose ring too, huh

    Nobody wins when the family feuds
    But my stash can't fit into Steve Harvey's suit
    I'm clear why I'm here, how about you?
    Ain't no such thing as an ugly billionaire, I'm cute
    Mmmmm
    Pretty much
    If anybody gettin' handsome checks, it should be us
    Fuck rap, crack cocaine
    Nah, we did that, black-owned things
    Hundred percent, black-owned champagne
    And we merrily merrily eatin' off these streams
    Y'all still drinkin' Perrier-Jouët, huh
    But we ain't get through to you yet, uh
    What's better than one billionaire? Two (two)
    'Specially if they're from the same hue as you
    Y'all stop me when I stop tellin' the truth

    Hahahaha
    I would say I'm the realest nigga rappin'
    But that ain't even a statement
    That's like sayin' I'm the tallest midget
    Wait, that ain't politically correct
    Forget it
    Can I get "Amen" from the congregation?
    Amen, amen
    Can I get a "Amen" from the congregation?
    Amen, amen

    Yeah, I'll fuck up a good thing if you let me
    Let me alone, Becky
    A man that don't take care his family can't be rich
    I'll watch Godfather, I miss that whole shit
    My consciousness was Michael's common sense
    I missed the karma, that came as a consequence
    Niggas bustin' off through the curtains 'cause she hurtin'
    Can't losin' the babies 'cause their future's uncertain
    Nobody wins when the family feuds
    We all screwed 'cause we never had the tools
    I'm tryna fix you
    I'm tryna get these niggas with no stripes to be official
    Y'all think small, I think Biggie
    Y'all whole pass is in danger, ten Mississippi
    Al Sharpton in the mirror takin' selfies
    How is him or Pill Cosby 'posed to help me?
    Old niggas never accepted me
    New niggas is the reason I stopped drinkin' Dos Equis
    We all lose when the family feuds
    What's better than one billionaire? Two
    I'll be damned if I drink some Belvedere while Puff got Ciroc
    Y'all need to stop

    Higher, higher, higher, higher
    Higher, higher, higher, higher
    Higher, higher, higher, higher

    Love me like, love
    Higher
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    Like, yeah, yeah, yeahWriter/s: Beyonce Giselle Knowles, Elbernita Clark, Ernest Dion Wilson, Shawn Carter
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., BMG Rights Management
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