Album: single release only (2022)
Charted: 30 40
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  • Are you fuckin' with that, F1LTH?
    (Wake up, F1LTHY)
    To Poland

    I took the Wock' to Poland
    I took the Wock' to Poland
    I took the Wock' to Poland

    Uh, psh
    I've been fiendin', like I'm Keenan
    Ride around with a Kel-Tec
    If you mean it, baby girl, do you mean it?
    I've been leaning, baby girl, I've been leaning
    Phew, phew, phew (Wock')
    Phone still ringin', battlin' all my demons
    I've been fiending, baby girl, I've been fiending
    Hope you love me, baby, I hope you mean it

    I took the Wock' to Poland
    I took the Wock' to Poland
    I took the Wock' to Poland Writer/s: Miles Parks McCollum, Pierre Thevenot, Richard Ortiz, Stefan Lucian Cismigiu
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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