Broski

Album: Revenge Is Sweet (2019)
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  • Yeah
    This one's for my brother, Nash
    Can't even believe I'm doing this
    We miss you, trust me, yeah

    One time for my broski
    If you've ever lost somebody close
    Please put your lights up
    Let's make a toast, G
    For my broski
    For my broski

    Yeah, one time for my broski
    If you've ever lost somebody close
    Please put your lights up
    Let's make a toast, G
    For my broski
    For my broski

    That's my brother, that's my homie
    My right hand man, if you know me
    Now my brother's gone, I'm feeling lonely
    Trying to figure out why you didn't phone me
    My brother Nash always smiled, so he seemed fine
    We didn't realize he was going through shit the whole time
    Nash, I don't know why you never gave us one fucking sign
    Built Crepes and Cones from scratch, me and you were on the grind
    We slept in that shop, nearly every fucking night
    Every time I think about this, I get tears in my eyes
    It's like you waited 'til it was done before you took your own life
    You made sure the shop was finished and everything was so precise
    Nash was so selfless, God bless your soul
    He made sure he didn't take his life before we reached the goal
    That tells you every single thing you need to know about him
    And now my hearts broken that we have to go without him
    Used to play you every song before I even drop it
    Every time you heard a punchline, you were like, "Nah akh, stop it"
    My brothers are the best, Play Dirty to the death
    We had plans of taking over, this shit don't make sense
    I came to you about my idea for robbery
    I sprayed you all the bars, you went crazy in the car
    That's when I knew it was hit, like I'm a finish this tomorrow
    Like who's supposed to gas me now and say I raised the bar?

    Yeah, one time for my broski
    If you've ever lost somebody close
    Please put your lights up
    Let's make a toast, G
    For my broski
    For my broski

    Yeah, one time for my broski
    If you've ever lost somebody close
    Please put your lights up
    Let's make a toast, G
    For my broski
    For my broski

    One time for my bro, Nash
    We all miss you, I hope that you know that
    Whatever you was going through, you kept it to yourself
    And I wish I could have helped
    If you just wanted to talk, if you just wanted to chat
    Bro you know I had your back, from when they stabbed me in my back
    So when Floss told me the news, I was sitting there confused
    Tears rushing to my eyes, I couldn't eat my food
    Bro, I don't wanna believe it, but I have to
    You passed away before I got to say, "Thank you"
    And that shit hit me hard but I'm better now
    'Cause they say the good die young and I get it now
    Yeah
    Sometimes being strong ain't strong enough
    To anybody keeping things bottled up
    I just want to let you know that you're not alone
    Pick up the phone, don't suffer on your own
    Make sure that you're watching me, yeah
    But I know that you're watching me, yeah
    Up there and you're watching me, yeah
    Big smile while you're watching me, yeah

    One time for my broski
    If you've ever lost somebody close
    Please put your lights up
    Let's make a toast, G
    For my broski (for my broski)
    For my broski

    Yeah, one time for my broski
    If you've ever lost somebody close
    Please put your lights up
    Let's make a toast, G
    For my broski (for my broski)
    For my broski

    So much pain, so much love
    God took an angel from us
    Ooh
    So much pain, so much love
    God took an angel from us
    Yeah, ooh
    So much pain, so much love
    God took an angel from us
    Took an angel from us
    Ooh
    So much pain, so much love
    God took an angel from us
    Yeah, oh, no
    God took an angel
    He took a angel
    Took an angel

    Stage time, stage time my brudda
    Come on, kill it, jheeze
    Tonight Writer/s: Casyo Johnson, Karl Wilson
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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