100 Grandkids

Album: GO:OD AM (2015)
Charted: 100
  • I made a promise to my momma
    That I'll bless her with some grandkids, she can spoil them
    Until then, I'm getting dollars, I'm just doing what I gotta
    Can a man live? And it's all day homie
    I'm a God, give the whole squad a job, get them all paid
    Came a long way from all state, yeah
    Now we all American, we all American

    I swear to God I put the hero in heroin
    These flows, kilos
    I could sell snow to a ski slope
    I could sell evil to the devil
    Nonbelievers to a temple
    Shit, I could sell water to a speedboat
    And these eyes is iconic
    I went pro, made profit
    Now I keep some dead face in my pocket
    Getting faded, I been stoned all week
    But what's a God without a little OD? Just a G
    Breezing my weed, easing my mind
    Why you worry about me?
    Stop tripping, I'm fine
    Swear these bitches done lost it lately
    You put the ho in honest baby, so complicated
    And I may be a little arrogant, I'm aware of it
    I know, I know
    I got a problem, I'mma take care of it
    Weight I'm carrying, gotta let it go
    It won't hold me down no more

    I made a promise to my momma
    That I'll bless her with some grandkids, she can spoil them
    Until then, I'm getting dollars, I'm just doing what I gotta
    Can a man live? And it's all day homie
    I'm a God, give the whole squad a job, get them all paid
    Came a long way from all state, yeah
    Now we all American, we all American

    We ain't going nowhere
    We can't be stopped now
    'Cause this rap shit's for life
    We ain't going nowhere
    We can't be stopped now
    'Cause this rap shit's for life

    Back then I had a dream
    I'll get this money, man
    I know, my life would change
    Just need a hundred grand
    Back then I had a dream
    I'll get this money, man
    I know, my life would change
    Just need a hundred grand
    Back when I first made a hundred grand

    Yeah, okay, back then they used to call me little
    But now I'm ridin' something clean in a coat made of armadillo
    They haven't got the memo, they sayin' I'm the shit though
    Tryna make it complicated when this shit is simple
    Tell me what you wanna be, what your dreams is
    A hundred G's in my jeans, I'm a genius
    Each and every day some save me please
    And get schooled, homie, change degrees
    I'm the plug, what you need though?
    I'm goin' beast mode
    I keep a freak, even when she underwater she can deep throat
    (Wait what?)
    I made a mil' before I pay the bill
    Cause fools worried about a wave, I'm a NAVY seal
    Come with me, I can make your life change for real
    Always had a dream of stuntin'
    It ain't nothing unless we runnin' shit
    Just a young motherfucker with a plan
    Thought I was the man

    Back when I first made a hundred grand, thought I was the shit
    When I first made a hundred grand, thought I was a king
    When I first made a hundred grand, couldn't tell me nuttin
    When I first made a hundred grand, made a hundred grand
    (Let me get some money)

    Let me get some money (Time flies)
    Let me, let me get some money (Yeah, you know time flies)
    I just need some shoes my niece (Try to catch it)
    Can we stop at Chipotle?
    Let me get some money (Time flies)
    Let me, let me get some money (yeah, you know time flies)
    Let me get some money (Try to catch it)
    Let me, let me get some money Writer/s: Drayton Goss, Jeremy Kulousek, Malcolm James McCormick, Zachary Raymond Vaughan, Dory Previn, Eric Dan, Mark Curry, Robert Ross, Michael Clervoix, Dorsey Welsly, Gato Barbieri, Dayton Gross, Dorsey Wesley, Gato Barberi, Jamel Fisher, Malcolm McCormick, Za
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, BMG Rights Management, Royalty Network
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