Don't Play This Song

Album: Man On The Moon 2: The Legend Of Mr Rager (2010)
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  • Wanna know what this sound like when I'm not on drugs?
    Please please don't play this song r-r-r-r-right r-right r-right right right
    Trynna get my mind m-mind m-mind right right
    People think they're really being helpful by telling me please be careful
    Yeah right r-r-r-r-right r-right r-right right right please don't play this song

    Pain, hurt, sadness and loneliness
    Bought all that shit right up
    Tossed away to the bottomless pit
    Of the part of my mind that slips
    The part of my mind so sick
    I don't even like to take that trip
    Unless I'm sloppy drunk I pray for my mom,
    I teach her the son that never gave a fuck about a scantron
    All I wanted was to be a human being
    And show the world some new colors and scene
    Imagine all types of beautiful scenery
    I remember when I first had tree smoked
    Black and Mild, how dumb of me now,
    I'm grape cigarello man
    Any young black kid a guaranteed fan
    On a downhill grind and I'm humble
    And I treat normal girls like models
    Reckless and young, am I my mom's calling,
    Thank god she hit decline
    I'm numb faced while I'm thinking about suicide

    Wanna know what this sound like when I'm not on drugs?
    Please please don't play this song r-r-r-r-right r-right r-right right right
    Trynna get my mind m-mind m-mind right right
    People think they're really being helpful by telling me please be careful
    Yeah right r-r-r-r-right r-right r-right right right please don't play this song

    Hey, black Robin Hood ridin high,
    Just like we should you know the saying,
    Ain't no delaying
    Gotta gets the gettin' while the gettin's good
    Yeah demented, my brain was forced to transform wise up,
    I'm checkin' the gate on humble tales
    And minimum wage the girls tell it, Cudi's lame
    Wearing a kilt, he must be gay
    Let's keep it chill, fuck being discrete
    But some girls tweet how they miss my meat ya,
    Cudders, HBO, that Vitamin Water
    That's money to blow cause your money for blow
    Don't take no shit you can blame my Ma I'm in the maze,
    I'm in a daze, I'm losing it
    I'm locking in my rocket ship I be a blip in your radar bitch
    It feels like things can be covered
    Until the day I'm above myself hover

    Wanna know what this sound like when I'm not on drugs?
    Please please don't play this song r-r-r-r-right r-right r-right right right
    Trynna get my mind m-mind m-mind right right
    People think they're really being helpful by telling me please be careful
    Yeah right r-r-r-r-right r-right r-right right right please don't play this song Writer/s: EMILE HAYNIE, SCOTT MESCUDI
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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