Show Me What You Got

Album: Kingdom Come (2006)
Charted: 38 8
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  • This is a state of emergency
    What you want me to do?
    I'm sorry
    I'm back

    Lets go get 'em, Just!

    Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey, hey
    Uh huh

    Show me what you got, lil' mama
    Show me what you got, pretty lady
    Show me what you got, shorty
    Show me what you got, baby
    Hands up
    And wave (Show 'em what you got)
    And wave (Show 'em what you got)
    And wave (Show 'em what you got)
    And wave

    Give the drummer some
    S***, I already gave the summer some
    It's the winter's turn
    Hovie Hov is the coldest
    I'm just getting better with time
    I'm like Opus
    One young, no two alike, like a snowflake
    Okay, show me what you got, babe
    Words is slurring, engine purring
    Mami frontin', but I'm so determined
    Shots of Patron, now she's in a zone
    I ain't talking about the 2-3
    Mami in the zone like the homie 2-3
    Jordan or James
    Makes no difference, boo
    I'm ballin' the same
    N****, I am the Mike Jordan of recording
    N****, you might want to fall back from recording
    S*** that you write; it's not important
    So it forced him to go for the hype
    For being brave, and they may applaud him
    Well, misery I will a**ure them
    Aww, baby, just ignore them
    Truth or dare, mami, listen and learn
    I got a drop I just took off the top
    It's your turn

    Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey, hey

    [Chorus: x2]

    Gold bottles of that ace of spade
    Why even fool with these other guys?
    They all stingy
    All these dudes know how to say is 'gimmie'
    Gimmie some head, give me some brain
    Give me your number, gimmie your name
    But if I get one night, baby girl, I swear
    I'll make you tell these other dudes gimmie got you here
    I'll take you shopping, take long trips
    I'll take the cork off, you can take sips
    I'll take you there, take my time
    Take your clothes off
    I'll take off mine
    Ma, show me what you got
    Hovi in the spot tried to told you I was hot
    Tell these other dudes it's a wrap
    Get the f*** out the throne, you clone
    The king's back!

    Y'all got less than two months to get y'all thing together
    Good luck!

    Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey, hey

    Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey, hey

    Ladies and gentlemen, the most incredible!
    Uh huh
    Uh huh, he's back!
    Uh uh
    Justin Blaze and the Blazettes
    Rocafella Records
    The dynasty continues
    Y'all die
    Peace Writer/s: Carlton Ridenhour, Eric Sadler, Hank Shocklee, Johnny Pate, Michael Mcewan, Shawn Carter
    Publisher: REACH MUSIC PUBLISHING, Songtrust Ave, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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  • John from Mountain Lakes, NjThe syncopation rocks
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