Ride Out

Album: Furious 7 (2015)
Charted: 70 70
  • Came in at first, had bad luck
    Got a whole lot, remember I ain't had nothin'
    We done sold out, now everybody mad at me
    Tell 'em roll out, now everybody smashin'
    Get ready cause you know we 'bout to be a problem
    Hope you ready cause you know it 'bout to be a problem

    It's the only way we know to go
    Squad up, never roll alone
    And we gon' ride on forever
    We ride out together
    Pull up right in your zone
    Take over the street, that's how we roll
    And we gon' ride on forever
    We ride out together

    Fancy when I drive, six cars in the driveway
    Cash in the driver door, spend it, do it my way
    I fucks you like a matador, fresh out the catalog
    One fall we all fall, crew like dominoes
    But chase vamanos, all my dogs riding smoke
    Mob heavy like the Pope, for that pot of gold
    We are not alone, boy, better check your tone
    You gone need a lot of help, I ain't talkin' bank loans
    Sit with us, table last supper
    Toast to the brothers, some bad motherfuckers
    Yeah, ain't nothin' but pure luxury
    You lookin' left to me, should be looking up to me
    Preferably one of the best
    She ridin' cause we next now and forever to death
    Be loyal, real, and respect, stay ahead of the rest
    We just sit back, relax, doin' things to impress

    It's the only way we know to go
    Squad up, never roll alone
    And we gon' ride on forever
    We ride out together
    Pull up right in your zone
    Take over the street, that's how we roll
    And we gon' ride on forever
    We ride out together

    Ridin' on ton of waves
    And no way these niggas stoppin' me, oh no
    Flyin' from a mile away
    It's not a problem, only real ones follow me
    And I can do this with my eyes closed
    Blindfold two times over
    Ride solo, I got women and got soldiers
    I ain't trippin', you try to get it your night's over
    Talkin' all Melatonin, get it and fight coma
    What's defeat to a giant, niggas feedin' the fire
    History, niggas be less them niggas flee when they flyin'
    You don't believe it? Then try it
    We don't believe in just tryin'
    I call it peoples and leave 'em in 100 pieces divided
    That's cold blooded
    And I've been this dope for like four summers
    And I ain't really going for the he say, or she say
    Keep it G for Pete's sake
    I know this shit that bone you pick
    Might leave you niggas feetless

    It's the only way we know to go
    Squad up, never roll alone
    And we gon' ride on forever
    We ride out together
    Pull up right in your zone
    Take over the street, that's how we roll
    And we gon' ride on forever
    We ride out together

    It's YG 4hunnid!
    Is you ridin'?
    Is you with all the burglarizing and the violence?
    If Jimmy got caught up, but you right there with him
    So the police askin' you questions, is you gone keep quiet?
    Is you loyal, is you real, is you fake?
    When I can't tell that's the type of way that I hate
    You got that fake friend, San Tone
    There's no cure so them symptoms is gon' show
    You know the code, stick around, hold it down, never fold
    Like it's a crease up in your Dickie Browns
    Hold up, each one teach one
    Motivate each one to be somethin'
    'Cause I ain't just another statistic
    I do this and that if you wanna get specific
    I'm just tryna make the lick come quicker
    For me and my day one hitters

    Ride out! Writer/s: Micheal Stevenson, Dequantes Devontay Lamar, Paris Alexandria Jones, Keenon Daquan Ray Jackson, Brian Collins, Jamie Sanderson, Olubowale Akintimehin
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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