4th Dimension

Album: Kids See Ghosts (2018)
Charted: 46 42
  • Down the chimney, he will come
    With his great big smile
    And you'll find that even the kiddies
    Are swingin' in the latest style
    Oh, oh, oh
    What is Santa bringing?
    Oh, oh, oh

    It feels so good it should cost
    Bought her alligator, I ain't talkin' Lacoste
    Made me say, "Ugh, huh"
    Like a mix of Master P and Rick Ross (uh, uh)
    She seem to make me always feel like a boss (uh, uh)
    She said I'm in the wrong hole, I said I'm lost (uh, uh)
    She said I'm going too fast, I'm exhausted
    Now drop to your knees for the offerin'
    This the theme song, oh something wrong
    Might need a intervention for this new dimension
    That's too new to mention, or fit in a sentence
    If I get locked up, I won't finish the sent

    Oh, oh, oh
    What is Santa bringin'?
    Oh, oh, oh

    Gettin' loose while I'm on the deuce, see me roll out
    Watch you surf, hit the coast, and this feelin', I got
    Plenty adventures for the evening, we go journey, we off
    From the light to guide us home, we in the moment oh oh
    Such a lost boy, caught up in the darkest I had
    What's the cost, boy? Losin' everything that I had
    She been on me, boy, unless you got somethin' to tell
    Sittin', waitin' for me slippin', yeah, I'll see you in hell
    Tell the cougar get up off me, no, my soul ain't for sale
    All the evils in the world, they keepin' on me for real
    I really hope the Lord won't hurt me, we all live in sin
    Kids see ghosts off the ropes, Ric Flair on your bitch
    Now this the theme song, this the theme song
    Now put the beams on, get your, get your dream on
    But you don't hear me though, drama we let it go
    Watch the guitars roll, now let your friends know

    Oh, oh, oh
    What is Santa bringin'?
    Oh, oh, oh

    Just do that and then let me the music do something, then do that again
    That'd be enough for a record
    I mean, you only want two and a half minutes if you can get it
    You know, three minutes max Writer/s: Cydel Young, Dexter Mills, Jahmal Gwynn, Kanye Omari West, Louis Prima, Mike Dean, Noah Goldstein, Patrick Reynolds, Scott Ramon Seguro Mescudi, Shirley Lee
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing Group, SC PUBLISHING DBA SECRETLY CANADIAN PUB.
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