Pass That Dutch

Album: This Is Not a Test! (2003)
Charted: 10 27
  • Listen up everyone! We have been just informed
    That there's an unknown virus that's attacking all clubs
    Symptoms have been said to be, heaving breathing
    Wild dancing, coughing
    So when you hear the sound, WHO-DI-WHOOOO!
    Run for cover muthafucka.
    WOOOOOO! Ahh daddy! Ooooo! Ah! Oh, ooh!
    Pass that dutch (ah), pass that dutch (ooh)
    Pass that dutch (ah), pass that dutch (ah)
    Pass that dutch (ah), pass that dutch (ah)
    Pass that dutch (whoo), pass that dutch

    Misdemeanor on the flow, pretty boy here I come
    Pumps in the bunk make you want to hurt something
    I can take your man I don't have to sex em
    Hang em out the window call me Micheal Jackson (hehehee!)
    I'm a pain in your rectum, I am that bitch y'all slept on
    Heavy hitter, rhyme spitter, call me Re-Run
    Hey hey hey, I'm what's happ'nin
    Hypnotic in my drink (that's right!)
    Shake ya ass till it stink (that's right!)
    Mr. Mos' on the beat (that's right!)
    Put it down for the streets (that's right!)

    (WHO-DI-WHOOOOOOOOOOOOO!)
    Pass that dutch, pass that dutch
    Pass that dutch, pass that dutch, pass that dutch
    Come on pass the dutch baby! (ahh!)
    Shake-shake shake ya stuff ladies!
    (WHO-DI-WHOOOOOOOOOOOOO!)
    Pass that dutch, pass that dutch
    Pass that dutch, pass that dutch
    Pop that, pop that, jiggle that fat (ahh!)
    Don't stop, get it till ya clothes get wet

    Number one, drums go bump, bump, bump
    This beat here will make you hoomp, boomp, jump
    If you's a fat one, put your clothes back on
    Before you start putting pot holes in my lawn
    Oh my God, show em I'm large
    Shove my beat up, attack like my name was Saddam
    I am the bomb from New York to Milan
    And I can write a song sicker than Jeffrey Dahm'
    (Woop woop!) Don't touch my car alarm
    Break in my car you will hear "Viper Armed"
    I've been a superstar since Daddy Kane was raw
    I'm live on stage, c'mon and give me some applause
    "Thank you! Oh thank you, you all are so wonderful!"

    (WHO-DI-WHOOOOOOOOOOOOO!)
    Pass that dutch, pass that dutch
    Pass that dutch, pass that dutch, pass that dutch
    Come on pass the dutch baby! (ahh!)
    Shake-shake shake ya stuff ladies!
    (WHO-DI-WHOOOOOOOOOOOOO!)
    Pass that dutch, pass that dutch
    Pass that dutch, pass that dutch
    Pop that, pop that, jiggle that fat (ahh!)
    Don't stop, get it till ya clothes get wet

    Listen up muthafuckas, you have five seconds to catch your breath.
    Five, four, three, two, one

    Pop that, pop that, make that money
    Just keep it going, like the Energizer Bunny
    Shake that, shake that, move it all around
    Spank that, yank that, dutch back now
    Freak him, freak her, whatever ya choice
    Didn't come to judge, I came to get ya moist
    Scream, (WHO-DI-WHOOOOOOO!) now my voice is lost
    Can I get a ride on the white horse?

    (WHO-DI-WHOOOOOOOOOOOOO!)
    Pass that dutch, pass that dutch
    Pass that dutch, pass that dutch, pass that dutch
    Come on pass the dutch baby! (ahh!)
    Shake-shake shake ya stuff ladies!
    (WHO-DI-WHOOOOOOOOOOOOO!)
    Pass that dutch, pass that dutch
    Pass that dutch, pass that dutch
    Pop that, pop that, jiggle that fat (ahh!)
    Don't stop, get it till ya clothes get wet

    Pop that
    Pass the dutch baby!
    Jiggle that fat Writer/s: Melissa A. Elliott, Timothy Z. Mosley, David J. Jolicoeur, Vincent L. Mason, Paul E. Huston, Kelvin Mercer, Sylvester Allen, Harold Ray I. Brown, Morris Dewayne Dickerson, Le Roy L. Jordan, Charles Miller, Lee Oskar, Jerry Goldstein, Howard E. Scott
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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