Deal Wiv It

Album: R.Y.C. (2020)
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  • Deal wiv it
    Alright, alright, alright, alright

    Walking, I walk to the shop, I bop and take it steady
    Fighting with my sisters in the house, she's on the couch
    She don't move much
    And my tea in my hand and I'm tryna do stuff
    I woke up, I slept and woke up again (deal wiv it)
    And this life don't ever fucking change (deal wiv it)
    I went to the pub and asked for a pint for three quid (deal wiv it)
    He said it's a fiver, well that's gentrification, you prick (deal wiv it)

    Walking back through my old estate
    I see my mates that ain't my mates and they don't wanna say safe
    They say, "You've changed"
    Fucking deal wiv it
    (One, two, three, four)

    Deal wiv it
    Deal, deal, d-d-d-deal wiv, deal wiv
    Deal wiv it
    D-d-d-d-deal, deal, deal wiv it
    Fuck, deal wiv it
    Deal, deal, d-d-d-deal wiv, deal wiv
    Deal wiv it
    You're punishing yourself mate, deal wiv it

    One percent on my phone ain't getting me home so I'm bopping
    No options in this life give me nothing
    Every second you waste is a second closer to the pearly gates
    Huh, that's deep innit? It's deep mate
    I woke up, I slept and woke up again (deal wiv it)
    And this life don't ever fucking change (deal wiv it)
    People say I'm a nuisance, well what's the problem? (Deal wiv it)
    People say they're busy, well fuck off (deal wiv it)

    Just fucking deal wiv it
    (Deal wiv it)

    So, walking back through my old estate
    I see my mates that ain't my mates and they don't wanna say safe
    They say, "You've changed"
    (Oh you've changed, oh you've changed, oh you've changed)
    Fucking deal wiv it
    (One, two, three, four)

    Deal wiv it
    Deal, deal, d-d-d-deal wiv, deal wiv
    Deal wiv it
    D-d-d-d-deal, deal, deal wiv it
    Fuck, deal wiv it
    Deal, deal, d-d-d-deal wiv, deal wiv
    Deal wiv it
    D-d-d-d-deal, deal, deal

    Life is hard but it's quite exciting
    Spin around, it's your white light
    They say I can't speak my mind or vent my frustration
    Fucking deal wiv it
    (One, two, three, four)

    See, life is hard but it's quite exciting
    Spin around, it's your white light
    They say I can't speak my mind or vent my frustration
    I wouldn't change it for anything

    So, walking back through my old estate
    I see my mates that ain't my mates and they don't wanna say safe
    They say, "You've changed"
    Deal, deal, d-d-d-deal wiv it
    Fucking deal wiv it
    D-d-d-d-deal, deal, deal wiv it Writer/s: Alexander George Edward Crossan, Patrick Joseph Anthony Fitzgerald, Tyron Kaymone Frampton
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Downtown Music Publishing, Kassner Associated Publishers Ltd, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing Group
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