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Album: Donda (2021)
Charted: 12
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  • Okay, now they got me, wanna rap again
    Heal the wound and then you stab me in my back again (uh)
    You the type to play the joke and try to hide your hand (uh)
    Not the type to come around and try to play your friend (uh)
    You the type to cut the grass and snake your bestest man
    I'm the type to close the deal and cut my- in
    See me in person, I look like a ghost (prrr)
    See me in person, I look like a ghost (baow)
    You wanna come and then play with the G.O.A.T (baow)
    You wanna come and then play with the G.O.A.T (dog body)
    All you rap- sound like me, can't tell who is who
    You got no real identity, can't tell you from you
    Price went up (yeah), angel investor (yeah)
    Price went up (uh), angel investor (yeah)

    Okay, okay, I'm not okay
    Think you're good, it's not okay
    Okay, okay, not okay (uh)
    Think you're good, get out the way (uh)

    (Hmm)
    Who said I did what? What did they do? (hmm)
    Why the hell you hatin' so damn hard? Someone must pay you (hmm)
    They don't keep me 'round 'cause I'm straight truth (hmm)
    My dawg locked up, had more home runs than Babe Ruth (go, hmm)
    Had them chickens cleanin' my house, I told them, "Be of use" (brr, hmm)
    If I see disloyalty then we gon' cut 'em loose (hmm)
    Had my hands 'round her neck, grip tight like a noose (hee, hmm)
    Tell you a story with a bad ending 'cause I'm not a Seuss (yeah, hmm)
    Passin' 'round- to the thugs for an immunity boost (go, hmm)
    Double cup fill to the top, with the serenity juice (yes sir, hmm)
    Moment of silence, R.I.P to Juice (hmm, yeah, hey)
    If they say it's up, it's up, I don't need the truce (damn, hmm)
    Everything I do is solely for the broken youth (hmm, sheesh, yes)
    I just took her over the mountain with my index (wow, hmm)
    She told me to go to hell like I ain't been yet (yuh, hmm)
    And I still put in overtime like I ain't win yet (hmm)

    Okay, okay, I'm not okay
    Think you're good, it's not okay
    Okay, okay, not okay
    Think you're good, get out the way

    Yeah, it's been plenty times you closed the door on me
    That- really show me how much you say you a bro to me
    Showed you love and you constantly cold-shouldered me
    But ain't no goin' back to fixin' up, that's the older me, yeah
    I'm done with all the fake-, I had enough of that, yeah
    I done had too many- stab me in the back (yeah, yeah, yeah)
    They say they with you, but they really puttin' on a act
    That's when- hit the fan and all of sudden, all the facts show
    You gotta chin up and show a- tough love
    Let 'em go without you, just to show 'em what it was
    We was so close, you would've thought we was blood
    We got the same pain, we come from the mud
    I swear this- make me wanna put my all in it, yeah
    You can hear the pain 'cause I put my heart in it, yeah
    Most of these- ain't real, they don't wanna see me winnin', no
    Most of these- ain't real, they don't wanna see me winnin', no

    But it's okay, we gon' be okay
    Only show up when we cut the cake (oh, yeah)
    Showin' love but we okay (we okay)
    Find God 'fore it's too late Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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