Vacation

Album: The Recession (2008)
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  • I go to..
    Like that don't cha
    Yeah yeah yeah (hahaha)
    Yeah nigga
    Turn me up a lil bit

    Said I'm stressed out..so tired
    My days..so long
    Said I'm stressed out..so tired
    Gotta..move on

    [Chorus]

    I needa vacation

    I'm goin' to Decatur
    Where its greater
    See if I could stack me up some paper
    I needa vacation..
    I'm going to da bluff
    Where its rough
    See if I could cook me up enough
    I needa vacation..
    I'm goin to College Park
    Where its dark
    See if I could cook me up somethin hard
    I needa vacation..
    I'm going to the fo'
    Where it go
    An er'body know I make it snow
    I needa vacation..

    See me standin here
    Like a chandelier
    Gangsta of da year
    Sippin' belvidere
    I'm smokin' inglewood
    I'm feelin' hella good
    A nigga wish he could
    I wish a nigga would
    I'm smokin' on dat good
    I'm grippin' on da grain
    Louie 13
    Mixed wit hurricane
    Like a crippled mane
    You could catch me wit dat cane
    Gonna be a bloody murda
    If I catch you with my chain
    See these hatin' ass nigga
    Gettin' on my nerves
    I'm so up on da job
    I'm at a loss fa words
    I put it on da hood
    Gettin' money til I'm dead
    Only thang I'm fearin' is da muh'fuckin' feds

    [Chorus]

    Yeah I'm outta hur
    Send ya a post card
    N if ya outta dat
    Send ya some mo' hard
    I need some piecea mind
    Some relaxation
    I'm mindin' my biness
    So why ya nigga hatin'
    I keep it too real
    So why ya nigga fakin'
    Ya try it if ya want
    Cuz my nigga waitin'
    Won't let cha stress me out
    Won't let cha worry me
    Jus cause I'm doin' good
    Won't let cha murda me
    Its drivin' me insane
    Its makin' me crazy
    Ya know ya owe a nigga
    So fuckk you pay me
    I put it on da hood
    Gettin' money til I'm dead
    Only thang I'm fearin' is da muh'fuckin' feds

    [Chorus]

    I needa vacation
    I'm goin to Pittsburgh
    Where its greater
    See if I could stack me up some paper
    I needa vacation..
    I'm goin' to Summerhill
    Where its rough
    See if I could cook me up enough
    I needa vacation..
    I'm going to da H-wood
    Where its dark
    See if I could cook me up some hard
    I needa vacation..
    Jones Berg south
    Where it go
    Er'body know I make it snow
    I needa vacation..

    Said I'm stressed out..so tired
    My days..so long
    Said I'm stressed out..so tired
    Gotta..move On

    I needa vacation..

    Chorus Writer/s: JAY W. JENKINS, JOHNNY DAVID MOLLINGS, LEIGH VINCENT ELLIOTT, LEONARDO V. MOLLINGS, MAURICE JAMMAL CARPENTER
    Publisher: CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC, Downtown Music Publishing, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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