Dopeman

Album: Losing Streak (1996)
  • Dopeman's got another big plan
    To sell it to you or anyone he can
    Because this is much better than minimum wage
    And no matter how things they can
    Because dopeman's reasons will always stay the same
    And for some people it's the only way to stay sane
    Think about it for a minute more
    It's a life of crime or hanging round the liquor store
    Or a quick drug fix just to get you through
    When the city comes down what would you do
    Take a welfare state
    Or a dopeman's fate
    And keep the cycle spinning around
    Writer/s: ANTHONY BANKS, O'SHEA JACKSON, DEDRICK D'MON ROLISON
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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