Rival

Album: Yet to be titled (2019)
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  • Never back down, never gonna quit
    Other side of the track, this hometown kid
    I'm the one that you heard about
    Outside of the in-crowd
    Heart on my sleeve and I'm beating my chest
    Got a lotta enemies but I never lose rest
    Every penny that I earn
    One day y'all gonna learn

    Oh oh oh oh, oh-oh oh
    I rumble and I roar
    I'm winning, I ain't even keeping score
    Oh oh oh oh, oh-oh oh
    It's a movement, a revival
    And if you ain't with me you're the rival, rival

    Ever since I was young I caught my own path
    You can go and fun, I'ma get the last laugh
    I'm on top of the world now
    If you don't like it you can shut your mouth
    I'm singing like

    Oh oh oh oh, oh-oh oh
    I rumble and I roar
    I'm winning, I ain't even keeping score
    Oh oh oh oh, oh-oh oh
    It's a movement, a revival
    And if you ain't with me you're the rival, rival

    Yeah, you're the rival

    Oh oh oh oh, oh-oh oh
    I rumble and I roar
    I'm winning, I ain't even keeping score
    Oh oh oh oh, oh-oh oh
    It's a movement, a revival
    And if you ain't with me you're the rival, rival

    Oh oh oh oh, oh-oh oh
    I'm winning, I'm winning, I'm winning
    I'm winning, you're the rival
    Oh oh oh oh, oh-oh oh

    Never back down, never gonna quit
    Never back down, never gonna quit

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