Where I'm At

Album: H.F.M. 2 (The Hunger For More) (2010)
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  • Yeah, you got me
    I'm up now, it's your loss
    Must suck to be you

    History is like a quarter-note delay
    It keeps repeating itself
    And what else can I say?
    You wondering why I act this way
    Never should've gave you the time of day
    Guess you know what time it is now, eh?

    There must've been a gust of wind
    'Cause you change your mind everytime it blows
    And you just changed it a-motherfucking-gain
    You just said you just wanted some dick 'fore I stuck it in
    I wouldn't have been such a prick to you
    Fucking men, you say you don't trust 'em
    Why do I hear the sound of toilets flushin'?
    Some shit is going down
    You must have just not have been truthful from the start
    See, for me it'd be nothing
    To say you never had my heart, but I'd be lying
    Fucking see why they call this bullshit a "relationship"
    Ships sink, and you know it's love
    As soon as you fall in it, 'cause shit stinks
    And it feels like everytime I fucking do I get jinxed
    Cupid must have put a curse on me, six weeks
    Have went by, and we only spoke twice
    I'm sitting in your driveway, calling you from the car, suffice
    I think it's safe to say you're not at home
    I'm calling your cell phone
    You answer, but I can tell though that you're not alone
    How was I to know? It should've been time to go
    A long time ago; I kept holding on
    It's comical when I think back now why I couldn't get the hint
    And feel the draft you were throwing
    I wasn't catching your drift
    But there's a cold breeze blowing over me, I'm over you
    Success is the best revenge to pay you back
    And that payment is overdue
    I overcame odds to get even
    The sober me is shitting all over the un-sober you
    And I hope they play this in every club that you're going to
    I'm haunting you, bitch!
    Everywhere you turn I'm following you
    'Cause I loved you with every ounce of me
    You know it's true, it's killing you now
    Yeah, I hope the ho dies slow in you
    It's 'cause of you now I don't trust 'em at all
    Fuck 'em! Middle finger up
    I'm gon' just keep grabbing my balls, cup 'em
    I'll never fall again, I trip on stairs, I fall up 'em
    So, buttercup, don't try to come back
    Knocking on my door all dolled up

    'Cause I'm moving on, don't worry about me
    'Cause I'm gon' be just fine without you, you'll see
    There ain't no one on this Earth right now I'd much rather be
    'Cause, goddamn it, I'm glad that I'm me
    I said if you could be where I'm at (bye bye)
    You'd wanna be you too (I'ma be good without you)
    If you felt the way I feel
    I bet you'd be in as good a mood as I am
    But you don't, 'cause you just feel like you

    I've had it for the last time
    Your actions got me hot as my last rhyme
    You're options are leave or put out; granted your ass fine
    Fine just ain't gon' cut it
    Drama is what you're in love with
    You and them bitches you run with
    Lately I'm feeling smothered
    You snooped around for dirt to be uncovered
    Conceited with cover girl motives, I gotta rise above it
    You thinking about who's loving me
    I'm thinking about who doesn't
    Doesn't really matter what you say, sickness in my stomach
    Told you I was gon' be splitting
    You don't think I mean it?
    Left you with everything I got, fuck you!
    Ain't no secret, no apologies, you keep it
    Now that I'm doing my thing and you peep it
    The badder times all outweigh the recent
    Your energy, who needs it?
    Every rumor you hear, you go believe it
    Point out the times you've seen it
    You stabbed me, should have leaned it
    Revenge is mine, I need it, need a way out
    It's my fucking life, let her find a way to stay out
    Bet you thought I'd break, it ain't that easy
    Bet you thought I'd need you
    A million times before you need me
    Leave me everything that I gave to you
    Ain't no freebies, get your coat and go
    The female Pinocchio, money hungry hopeless ho
    You fucking with my focus, so
    Go back to that chump that played the role before
    Love is like a cancer when you don't let go; I'ma blow fo sho
    Unnecessary weight makes the boat go slow
    I don't need you sinking us, hope you float
    Lying through my teeth, I hope you don't (Drown! Drown!)
    Not a sound out her be dope
    Bottles pop out while he smoke
    Hate we met, proud that we broke
    Let them girls crowding me go
    If they got something to show, let them show me
    I don't love 'em, never lonely, never even left a scar
    You fell hard, I'm laughing, ha ha ha ha ha
    Tire smoke fancy car, nothing is what we are
    No beginning, no tomorrow

    'Cause I'm moving on, don't worry about me
    'Cause I'm gon' be just fine without you, you'll see
    There ain't no one on this Earth right now I'd much rather be
    'Cause, goddamn it, I'm glad that I'm me
    I said if you could be where I'm at (bye bye)
    You'd wanna be you too (I'ma be good without you)
    If you felt the way I feel
    I bet you'd be in as good a mood as I am
    But you don't, 'cause you just feel like you Writer/s: CHRISTOPHER LLOYD, MARSHALL MATHERS, MATTHEW BURNETTE, MATTHEW SAMUELS
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
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