Watching Movies

Album: Watching Movies With the Sound Off (2013)
  • People worship these idols 'til they come in contact with Gods
    Hoes is all my disciples, you get mind fucked with these broads
    Life is just a recital, better remember all that you practice
    When I die, throw a couple bad bitches in my casket
    Woah, think it's time for a revolution
    Me and my dawgs 'bout to start a riot
    You still there sleeping, bet I'm eating
    You and your people are on a diet
    Tim Allen off Home Improvement
    Intelligent but we going stupid
    This some new shit
    Hit the strip club, see some hoes that I went to school with
    Out in London like Lennox Lewis
    Bitch looking like Farrah Fawcett
    I'm just tryna make better music
    Get this money, share the profits
    Now this class getting led by students
    Smoke some weed, get head while I do it
    Started out under the ground
    They didn't fuck with me, now they all coming around
    Money I'm hunting it down
    Planting the seeds
    Working and watching it grow
    I got so many ways I can make money, I'll always be straight
    I just thought you should know
    Been on my grind, taking what's mine
    I got my eyes on the throne
    I'ma be fine, no matter the time
    We all go along with the show

    That girl beautiful, somebody introduce me
    She ain't your girl tonight, nah, that bitch a groupie
    That's money in my building better give it to me
    I see you starin' at me like you in the movies
    Now you watching movies
    Looking at my life it's like you watching movies
    Looking at my life is like you watching movies
    Looking at my life is like you watching movies

    People worship these idols 'til they come in contact with gods
    Hoes is on my disciples, you get mind-fucked by these broads
    Life is just a recital, better remember all that you practice
    When I die, throw a couple bad bitches in my casket
    Woah, fuck a day job, fuck a day job
    Gotcha bitch here in just a tank top
    Gettin' paid, blow my face off
    Bitch you're bank fraud, Bernie Madoff
    Educate y'all
    Then erase y'all
    LL Cool J without the Kangol
    I don't see the need to stunt
    Wish you the best, I'ma just light up this blunt
    This bitch love me long time, don't know why she wouldn't
    Say my D could win the Heisman, yeah I'm Charles Woodson
    Couple million off a tour, that's a lot of bookings
    My bitches gorgeous looking imported from the shore of Brooklyn
    Coming from out of the 'Burgh
    Bitch, I'm absurd
    Fuck you, I hope you insured
    Hatin'? I'll give you just what you deserve, that's my word
    Put it on all that I'm worth
    Been on my grind, taking what's mine
    I got my eyes on the throne
    I'ma be fine, no matter the time
    We all go along with the show

    That girl beautiful, somebody introduce me
    She ain't your girl tonight, nah, that bitch a groupie
    That's money in my building better give it to me
    I see you starin' at me like you in the movies
    Now you watching movies
    Y'all are looking at my life it's like you watching movies
    Looking at my life is like you watching movies
    Y'all are looking at my life is like you watching movies Writer/s: Malcolm James McCormick, Jonathan King, Greg Mauro
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Songtrust Ave
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