Album: The Recession (2008)
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  • See I'm a' start off so slow yeah I said so slow
    They love me out in D.C. just like gogo
    I said gogo yeah I said gogo
    See them right with Don Cannon it's a gogo
    See I want my song like Cocoa
    I like to heat mine up like Cocoa
    See dem eight seven Jeans see the logo
    Every time a day, count em' baby gogo

    You know how the drop be everything slow
    You know how the drop be anything goes
    Remember back then when I got the snow low
    And I was in and out of state just like Romo

    Lookin' out for them boys no homo
    Can't tell em what your drivin' that a no no
    I'm gonna tell you this but keep it on the low low
    If it's number two then we might be the popo

    Things are gettin' higher
    Makes it hard on the buyers
    Sun is all around
    Sun rise
    Sun rise

    Push up till we grind

    Rent bein' paid late Writer/s: DON CANNON, JAY JENKINS, DONALD LEVEL, BILLY PAUL
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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