S.D.S.

Album: Watching Movies With the Sound Off (2013)
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  • Close my eyes before I cross the street
    If a car about to hit me, then he ought to beep
    Watching Dawson's Creek 'til I fall asleep
    It's harder than it seems, I'm under water in my dreams
    I'm in awe, this jigsaw, puzzles not complete
    I'm just an idea, nothing concrete
    Came to raise limits, get higher than plane engines
    They tryna change with us, but come to the same difference
    Shut your pie-hole, I'm dope and I know
    My voice sound like it was a sample off a vinyl
    I don't mind those hatin' on my style
    I tend to take the high road, get stoned and fly low
    I'm no God, I don't think that I'm a human, though cause I'm so odd
    People sellin' drugs cause they can't find no job
    Wonder if Christ made a million off selling the cross
    Let bygones be bygones, my mind strong as pythons
    The day that I die on will turn me to an icon
    Search the world for Zion or a shoulder I can cry on
    The best of all time, I'm Dylan, Dylan, Dylan, Dylan

    Somebody do somethin'
    Somebody do somethin'
    Somebody do somethin'
    Somebody do somethin'
    Yeah yeah yeah somebody move somethin'
    Yeah yeah somebody move somethin'
    Yeah yeah somebody move somethin'
    Yeah yeah yeah somebody move somethin'
    It ain't no party like aristocratic party ey
    Said, ain't no party like aristocratic party ey

    Yeah yo sipping Jameson like I was majored in whiskey flavoring
    When I'm drunk, I'll cut your head off and leave it dangling
    FlyLo's still tryna put me on to Ableton
    Asian women love me, I look like David Duchovny
    In kindergarten, used to put some condoms in my cubby
    In case one of these hoes was tryna fuck me
    I ain't nobody, and neither are you
    Been contemplating if I even still believe in the truth
    I'm so stubborn, I'd rather write my own history book
    Where the world don't give a fuck 'bout how you physically look
    All your songs are sixteen's and a hook
    We're here to reinvent music, it's time for the revolution
    I'm down for the movement, trying not to lose it
    Jewish Buddhist tryna consume the views of Christianity
    Wonder if Hindus like to eat fish soup
    If it's true, they should hit Alaska in an igloo
    I hear the fish biting nice right now
    I can't figure out life and feel right right now
    Boo, if I think it, I should say it, there's a reason that I write it down
    Spit the shit that leave a diaper brown, poo

    Somebody do somethin'
    Yo yo somebody do somethin' (somebody do somethin')
    Somebody do somethin' (somebody do somethin')
    Somebody do somethin'
    And, somebody move somethin'
    Yo yea yo somebody move somethin'
    You right there,
    Somebody move somethin'
    Somebody move somethin', yo yo yo yo yo Writer/s: Malcolm Mccormick, Steven D Ellison
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, THIRD SIDE MUSIC INC
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