Album: Kids See Ghosts (2018)
Charted: 67
  • I love all your shit talkin'
    I love all your shit talkin'

    You ain't got nothin' better to do with yourself
    I done proved to myself, back on that rulin' myself
    I got new news to tell
    Act like you knew you done failed
    Only true know how I feel
    And only if you knew how I felt
    Sniffed a lil' booch off the nail
    Through with mixed-messages, through with the mail
    Only a few in the field
    Little bit off for the real

    It's so many days I prayed to God
    All this pain I couldn't seem to find a way
    On a mission livin', carry on
    Got my family, I'm seein' through by the days
    Never late, pull up a seat and come grab a plate
    Check the date, let 'em hate
    This the type shit that they couldn't make
    Watch the fakes
    Leave 'em buzzin', thought they wasn't, huh?
    Tell all your kinfolk and cousins, huh?
    This is the package you ordered, huh?
    Beautiful madness

    On this road I find
    These scars I left behind
    Heaven lift me up
    Heaven lift me up
    On this road I find
    These scars I left behind
    Heaven lift me up
    Heaven lift me up Writer/s: Kanye West, Scott Mescudi, Michael Dean, Andre Benjamin, Evan Mast
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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