Let You What… (Interlude)

Album: Non Fiction (2015)
  • You lookin' better than a Scarface starter kit
    All hundreds, small faces nothin' counterfeit
    You want this ghetto D? Or that over the counter shit?
    Catch you slippin' in the kitchen, on the counter shit (damn)
    Oh shit (sup), I guess I'll pause for these bitches
    Guess I'll ball for these niggas, swear this my last three swishers
    On my grown man shit I'm 'bout to kill this bitches

    Baby you know I got some money
    Girl, the dough ain't a problem for me
    But when I look in your eyes
    Baby you got everything money just can't buy
    (All the things money can't buy)

    Got a diamond in the back, sunroof top
    Got a diamond on my hat and my sunroof off
    Her mind strong but her body so soft
    Tattoo on her hip read "Only for a Boss"
    She ain't impressed with the way I ball
    She said "You seen one ghost, you seen 'em all"
    Even though that thing cold
    She said "A Rolls Royce, or a Civic, Daddy I'mma roll with you"
    She ride for me, die for me, love me, that's how she do
    I pulled up close and I tell her what's true

    Baby you know I got some money
    Girl, the dough ain't a problem for me
    But when I look in your eyes
    Baby you got everything money just can't buy
    (All the things money can't buy)

    Shawty where you at? Meet me at the mall
    Told her "Let me buy you something", she replied "Naw"
    She said her love won't be bought
    I don't need to spend some no money, spend some time that's all
    I told her "Daddy don't mind spending"
    I want to see you shine like the diamonds in my pendant
    She told me she don't care for the flash
    Want affection not cash, girl I ain't even mad at you
    She ride for me, die for me, love me, that's how she do
    I pulled up close and I tell her what's true

    Baby you know I got some money
    Girl, the dough ain't a problem for me
    But when I look in your eyes
    Baby you got everything money just can't buy
    (All the things money can't buy)

    What's happening with it baby? Hope you don't think that I'm crazy
    Say me and you, get us some practice makin' a baby
    I will take some out the stash and buy you that new Mercedes
    Then be all up in that ass in the back of that new Mercedes
    You call for the protectin', yeah, send me your issues
    They ain't 'bout to be playing with her, me and these pistols
    See that thirty-six for D'Usse, I'm the provider
    Come scoop me in that 458, you be the rider
    (Yeah) Oh well, that's that, back to the party
    Bet you niggas anything I'm leaving here with shawty
    Got a feeling that she fuckin' with me for me
    She got me feeling like I got a million on me

    Baby you know I got some money
    Girl, the dough ain't a problem for me
    But when I look in your eyes
    Baby you got everything money just can't buy
    (All the things money can't buy) Writer/s: DENNIS MARTIN, JESSE WILSON, JUSTIN JOHNSON, KOREY ROBERSON, SHAFFER SMITH
    Publisher: BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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