Mindful

Album: More Issues Than Vogue (2016)
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  • Who the fuck
    Told y'all hoes to open up?
    Cut-that's enough!
    I'm comin' straight from the gut
    I ain't playin, who dat?
    Hold up
    Tell that bitch to move back!
    Slow up!

    Fuck that nigga, fuck that bitch that he with
    I got my own money, ain't nobody givin' me shit
    I'm the original, I'm the one that be cookin' that shit
    She keep sayin' that I'm stealin', I'mma look at that bitch like

    Who dat?
    Ha!
    (Security)
    Tell that bitch to move back!
    Slow up, for real!

    I mean for real, I'mma here to win and shit
    Your little man got me leavin and buildin, bitch
    I mean for real, I probably woulda killed this shit
    I mean for real, but do you even feel this shit?
    You keep sayin' you the illest bitch
    but I still feel like uma thurman in kill Bill
    If you was determined to still feel like you was deservin' to be real
    Then you would've learned it a long time ago!
    Uh, I prime a ho
    I done got into it with all kinda hoes
    Think about what you puttin' on the line, you ho
    Probably all your money and time, you ho
    You only got six seconds, I'll vine a ho
    I'mma get mine fa'sho
    Ya got one more time, ya ho
    So don't be sorry, be mindful, ho!

    Like, who dat?
    Slow up!
    (Security) tell that bitch to move back!
    Slow up!
    Be mindful, hoe
    Like, who dat?
    (Security!)
    Somebody tell that bitch to move back!
    Slow up, cause I ain't playin' with 'em!

    Slide!
    Slide!
    Slide! tell that bitch to move back!
    So I can slide, slide, slide!
    Tell that bitch to move back!
    Slide, slide, slide!
    Tell that bitch to move back!
    Slide, slide
    Tell that bitch to move back! Writer/s: FAHEEM RASHAD NAJM, KIMBERLY MICHELLE PATE
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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