Weekend

Album: GO:OD AM (2015)
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  • I got a little bit of money feelin' my pockets
    Roll around like I run this shit
    I got a system filled up with toxins
    I been broken hearted and I was fuck that bitch
    Gettin' high to deal with my problems
    Fuckin' bitches and gettin' drunk as shit
    But these bitches gettin' obnoxious
    They nothin' to me though I love this shit
    Go long days, longer nights
    Talk too much, the wrong advice
    All the lights, and call my life
    Doctor, doctor, will you help me?
    Get me healthy, keep it lowest you can help me
    Ain't shit you can tell me now
    First rap shipment, sellin' out
    Ooh shit, my new bitch, you jealous now
    Smokin' weed at the crib watchin' Belly now
    All the pain that they causin' like fuck it we ballin' now everythin' straight
    You feelin' the feelin', I'm chillin', just livin', I'm livin' away
    Conversations we havin', I'm gettin' too static, too much on my plate
    Lord I need me a break

    But I'll be good by the weekend (alright, yeah)
    I'll be good by the weekend (yeah)
    Everythin' good by the weekend (yeah)
    Everythin' will be good by the weekend (alright, by the weekend)
    We goin' out tonight, yeah, we goin' out tonight, like fuck it
    We goin' out tonight, yeah, we goin' out tonight, fuck it
    We goin' out tonight, yeah, we goin' out tonight, it's the weekend
    We goin' out tonight, yeah, we goin' out tonight, it's the weekend

    I been havin' trouble sleepin'
    Battlin' these demons
    Wonderin' what's the thin' that keeps me breathin'
    Is it money, fame or neither
    I been thinkin' about the places that I frequent
    All the people that I see
    I started livin' decent
    But what do it mean to be a G (alright)
    Only time we fall behind, bitches in the concubine, callin' mine crazy
    See in God's desire make water wine, pause in time, it's common they often hate me
    Never will I walk in line, I cross the T's and dot the I's
    Wonderin' well, wonderin' how I got this high
    Fell and asleep and forgot to die, god damn
    I'm poppin' them dollars and drinkin' them powders, faded
    Get it over the counter, I'm stuck on the browsers like how did I make it
    These bitches don't know me, this shit is so lonely until she get naked
    Don't even know what today is

    But I'll be good by the weekend (alright, yeah)
    I'll be good by the weekend (yeah)
    Everythin' good by the weekend (yeah)
    Everythin' will be good by the weekend (alright, by the weekend)

    Mondays I think of you
    But I ain't trippin' on it
    Tuesdays I'm in
    Gotta get my hands up on ya
    Wednesdays I'm lit with you
    You know you're stayin' over
    Thursdays I'm sick of you
    I got to get rid of you
    'Cause Fridays are always the start of the time of my life, alright
    When I get faded you hate it but, baby, it's gon' be alright, ha, alright Writer/s: Jamil Chammas, Malcolm James McCormick, Masamune Rex Kudo, Miguel Jontel Pimentel, Rupert Jr. Thomas, Ryan Vojtesak
    Publisher: Peermusic Publishing, REACH MUSIC PUBLISHING, Songtrust Ave, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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