Lift Yourself

Album: single release only (2018)
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  • Hard to see, ooh
    The hang ups we have today
    Said we need to strive for more liberty
    Lift yourself upon your feet, let's get it on
    Lift yourself up on your feet, let's get it on
    Lift yourself upon your feet, let's get it on
    Lift yourself upon your feet, let's get it on
    Lift yourself upon your feet, let's get it on
    Lift yourself upon your feet, let's get it on
    Lift yourself upon your feet, let's get it on
    The hang ups we have today
    Said we need to strive for more liberty
    Lift yourself upon your feet
    Lift yourself upon your feet
    Lift

    Lift your, lift your, lift yourself
    Lift, lift your, lift your, lift your, lift your, lift, lift
    Hard to see, ooh
    The hang ups we have today-ay-ay
    But they don't really realize, though
    This next verse, this next verse though
    These bars
    Watch this some shit, go

    Poopy-di scoop
    Scoop-diddy-whoop
    Whoop-di-scoop-di-poop
    Poop-di-scoopty
    Scoopty-whoop
    Whoopity-scoop, whoop-poop
    Poop-diddy, whoop-scoop
    Poop, poop
    Scoop-diddy-whoop
    Whoop-diddy-scoop
    Whoop-diddy-scoop, poop Writer/s: Kanye West, Sidney Winters
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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