Brothers

  • If my niggas don't fuck wit' you, I don't fuck wit' you
    That's just a code in my hood, don't let these guns hit you
    Be a man of your word, don't ever let 'em ever play you
    Stand up for your shit, make sure these haters pay you
    Can't nothing stop a room full of real niggas
    I got some bad rich bitches, they my real niggas
    It's like working four jobs not to kill niggas
    My little niggas love to ride by and spill niggas
    If y'all fell out over some chips that ain't your real nigga
    If y'all fell out over a chick that ain't your real nigga
    Before I be a house nigga be a field nigga
    I gotta put off a chick call in my trill nigga
    I met juke in '92 when we still niggas
    Rockin' Hilfigers before they was like chill niggas
    Living well me and my niggas gon' eat
    Before you hate, hit the brakes with both feet

    Hey yo, all right
    This is how it's supposed to be
    Hey yo, all right
    This is how it's supposed to be
    Hey yo, all right
    This is how it's supposed to be
    Hey yo, all right
    This is how it's supposed to be

    Max with the homies, try to teach them things
    Teach them how to make a piece of change, even keep the change
    But they never change, bought a set of chains with another chain
    Upgraded to a better chain, that Beretta sing
    Shoes on the 'rari start to look like hooves
    Pigs by the crib start to look like wolves
    Money never change me only change the situation
    The paper I be chasin' got them sucka niggas hatin'
    Started from the pavement, basement Satan
    Couldn't match my claims so they compare me to a mason
    Free like slaves but they based and crazy
    We talkin' bout crack or we talkin about blacks
    So for the blunted, then they pickin the gun up
    Motherfuckers is trippin' if it in in the run up
    Then they gettin' the come up, yup bitch
    And they do with the sun up
    And this is for my niggas and my gang
    Through the fortune and the fame
    Only thing didn't change was my niggas

    Hey yo, all right
    This is how it's supposed to be
    Hey yo, all right
    This is how it's supposed to be
    Hey yo, all right
    This is how it's supposed to be
    Hey yo, all right
    This is how it's supposed to be

    I got the niggas that I need with me
    Any issues my nigga you know then please hit me
    No question no hesitation when it come to own fam dawg
    If you creep me the fuck out you probably ain't around
    Now you can hate on the side lines, I'm skippin' past
    You got me fucked up, keep talkin' and kiss my ass
    No sweatin' the ho shit, too in tune with the family
    I do got the ones that do know Scott
    They give me the love that a nigga need
    If its a place to stay or a dime sack of weed
    Word to Dennis
    Brought me thick and thin 'til we finished
    Focused to keep the pockets replenished
    Clothes on our kids
    And keep my niggas from goin' away on a bid
    Only wanted fly shit when we got big
    Chasin' these hoes up in they ribs at they momma crib
    Beat niggas up so bout it bout it they go blind about it
    We all grown, families up on our own
    Providing for 'em real niggas, real morals that's the code
    So long as I am my brotha's keeper
    He will provide me with a nine if I need or a street sweeper
    The love I have for my niggas is another type
    You gotta real nigga down with you for your whole life
    Love for my niggas
    The brothers that I never had made my life a lot less sad my nigga

    Hey yo, all right
    This is how it's supposed to be
    Hey yo, all right
    This is how it's supposed to be
    Hey yo, all right
    This is how it's supposed to be
    Hey yo, all right
    This is how it's supposed to beWriter/s: CHARLES JAWANZAA WORTH, RAKIM MAYERS, SCOTT MESCUDI
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Ultra Tunes, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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