Jewels n' Drugs

  • Yeah, it's about that time, yeah
    Time ta take off partna, alright
    Hustle Gang, uh huh, G-D-O-G
    Get your doe or die partna
    Yup, let's go

    Still Bankhead, shawty, yeah you know what it is
    Pockets full of number of rubber bands and bills
    Came up around that standard wheel
    Was finna do a deal about 60 mill
    You ain't live that life, you perpetrating
    You wasn't really trapping circling birds of prey
    You ain't have to beat no murder case
    Man, you probably couldn't get a ho any day
    'Round my way can't get murder planned
    Ain't no hoop, play dirty, man
    Put some through your jersey, man
    If your partner want some we can do it again
    Okay, H-U-S-T-L-E G-A-N-G, yeah wait
    Yeah, pull up, pull up, hop out, hop out
    All about the dollar, better go ahead, Gaga

    Don't want your jewels, I want your drugs
    Don't want your money, want your love
    Don't want your jewels, I want your drugs
    Don't want your jewels, I want your drugs
    Don't want your money, want your love

    I admit that my habit's expensive
    And you may find it, quite offensive
    But I won't die at the hands of another
    I'm your mother, sister, your father, brother
    This family is stupid attractive
    If you've surveyed the way we've acted
    Keep it coming, I'm coming around like your friend now
    I think you should shut up and sit down

    Don't want your jewels, I want your drugs
    Don't want your money, want your love
    Don't want your jewels, I want your drugs
    Don't want your jewels, I want your drugs
    Don't want your money, want your love

    E'verbody want that money what you want
    High as hell trying to have some fucking fun
    You don't need 'em but the diamonds make it shine
    Tried to kick it just can't find the time
    It's the middle of the week, this ain't even the weekend
    Red carpet events, every time you see pimps
    It's good pussy in the passenger seat
    My lil' homies hang with me, I be passing 'em freaks

    Jewels n' drugs, play that hustle
    Smother 'em, if you wanna be bad
    Slap honey on a young pancake
    We know how to make that money
    Jewels n' drugs, play that hustle
    Smother 'em, if you wanna be bad
    Ain't nothin' if it ain't family
    We know how to make that money

    Come and show me the gateway into your love
    I feel like the money could never do it like the club
    I feel like a diamond can never do it like a drug
    And I want it so come on and take it with me so that I can hit it
    I can admit it, I'm influenced by desire when I approach her
    I try to provoke her by giving money and jewelry and accessories
    Instead of the recipe with a legacy of taking her to another place when I get it
    Hold up
    Twista going in warp speed breaking atoms
    Blowing O.G. has got me creating anti matter
    Let her pop it and smoke on it with me now
    I got her because she ready to party and then move to the club
    Because you know the way I think is an anomaly
    And I'ma be strange as Lady Gaga
    Probably
    A dollar be the business
    But I'd rather be in an outer dimension when I be talking about jewels n' drugs

    Jewels n' drugs, play that hustle
    Smother 'em, if you wanna be bad
    Slap honey on a young pancake
    We know how to make that money
    Jewels n' drugs, play that hustle
    Smother 'em, if you wanna be bad
    Ain't nothin' if it ain't family
    We know how to make that money Writer/s: STEFANI GERMANOTTA, CLIFFORD HARRIS, CARL MITCHELL, TODD SHAW, PAUL BLAIR, NICK MONSON, DINO ZISIS
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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