Hoe

Album: Bigger Than Me (2014)
  • When I think about you, I think hoe!
    When I dream about you, I think hoe!
    It only took me some hours to hit, I think hoe!
    When I see you at my niggas crib, I think hoe!
    When you pull up in your whip, I think hoe!
    Act different when you get your chips, I think hoe!
    Wouldn't do it for your homies, do it for your bitch, hoe!
    Hoe!

    These hoes only fucking with a nigga, with them figgas
    You ain't got it, them bitches ain't fucking with you
    Stop saving these hoes, fuck these bitches
    Stop bringing them around a real nigga
    'Cause a hoe gon' be a hoe, and a bitch gon' be a bitch
    Don't put your dick up in a hoe that make you money
    And these hoes fucking different niggas every night
    But she still be up in church every Sunday
    So bitch, tell the DJ play my shit
    And tell your home girls to get with it
    Don't be ashamed to be a hoe, if you a hoe, then let them know
    You getting money and they need to fuck with it

    When I think about you, I think hoe!
    When I dream about you, I think hoe!
    It only took me some hours to hit, I think hoe!
    When I see you at my niggas crib, I think hoe!
    When you pull up in your whip, I think hoe!
    Act different when you get your chips, I think hoe!
    Wouldn't do it for your homies, do it for your bitch, hoe!
    Hoe!

    When I wake up in the morning, I think dough
    Bad bitch, follow all the rap niggas, she a ho
    Got a 100 thousand likes and a million something followers
    I'm a street nigga, I'm just tryna get my dollars up
    Kirko Bangz and my nigga YG
    Yo Gotti, trill nigga, ask your hoe about me
    Real Nigga shit, don't do that, get your feelings hurt
    Want a red bitch in a mini skirt
    Chanel boots, Celine purse
    Shawty not a stripper but can make it twerk
    When you think about me you think bread
    When I think about you, I think head

    When I think about you, I think hoe!
    When I dream about you, I think hoe!
    It only took me some hours to hit, I think hoe!
    When I see you at my niggas crib, I think hoe!
    When you pull up in your whip, I think hoe!
    Act different when you get your chips, I think hoe!
    Wouldn't do it for your homies, do it for your bitch, hoe!
    Hoe!

    These hoes gon' be hoes
    You cuffin' and loving her, but she fucking on the low
    And I'm like "damn", bitch, what you saying?
    Hoe, you know you got a man
    But she gon' fuck all the niggas, that all the bitches is fucking
    And she gon' post all them pictures that she don't look like in public
    She gon' be in the club, bottles poppin', she boppin'
    When the sparkles start coming, bitches start table hoppin'
    They see me when I'm coming down, ridin' slow
    You ain't a hoe, why you fucking on the floor
    You and your girlfriend wear each other clothes
    Bitch we don't save these hoe's

    When I think about you, I think hoe!
    When I dream about you, I think hoe!
    It only took me some hours to hit, I think hoe!
    When I see you at my niggas crib, I think hoe!
    When you pull up in your whip, I think hoe!
    Act different when you get your chips, I think hoe!
    Wouldn't do it for your homies, do it for your bitch, hoe!
    Hoe! Writer/s: Kirk Jerel Randle, Mario Mims
    Publisher: Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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