La Familia

Album: Magna Carta... Holy Grail (2013)
  • (You're busy?)
    (I wanna love you back, I)
    (You're busy?)
    (I wanna love you back, I) Family first
    (You're busy?)
    (I wanna love you back, I love you back, the group of my fam') Honor, integrity, R.O.C.

    Head of the family
    El Padrino
    Welcome home to Emory
    Let's get back to this dinero

    Uh niggas wanna kidnap wifey
    Good luck with that bruh
    You must gon' hide your whole family
    What you think we wearing black for
    Ready for that war
    Ready for that war ready
    You ain't ready yo, you radio you ain't really ready
    Real shit chyea
    Alpo bought his bricks here
    Elvis got his records took
    It's like we got our seventh gear
    Yeah, NFL investigations
    Oh, don't make me laugh
    FBI investigation
    We stood up to that
    Facts only, everything real in my raps only
    Every nigga real in my clique really
    Everyone's a movie star you got to film me
    La familia

    Head of the family
    El Padrino
    Welcome home to Emory
    Let's get back to this dinero

    Ready for that war
    Ready for that war, ready
    You ain't ready yo, you radio you ain't really ready
    Head of the Family
    El Padrino

    My brothers is my brother like my brother is
    My niggas is my brother
    Like my mother kids
    Not just in good times
    That's that sucka shit
    But in war times
    It's just what it is
    Head of the family
    All my niggas bosses though
    Y'all don't understand we
    We talk that shit bosses know
    Uh, triple fuckin' O.G.
    What's up to my nigga Juan
    Tell these niggas pull their fuckin' skirt down
    I could see their ovaries
    Niggas snitching switching teams
    Out here telling bitches things
    Industry talk behind your back
    Ain't nobody got time for that
    Facts only
    Everything real in my raps only
    Every nigga real in my clique really
    Even the girls keep it two hundred and trilly
    It's la familia

    Head of the family
    El Padrino
    Welcome home to Emory
    Let's get back to this dinero

    Ready for that war
    Ready for that war, ready
    You ain't ready yo, you radio you ain't really ready
    Head of the Family
    El Padrino

    (I wanna love you back, I)
    (You're busy?)
    (I wanna love you back, I)
    (You're busy?)
    (I wanna love you back, I love you back, the group of my fam')

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