Famous

Album: yet to be titled (2020)
  • It's sweet

    Ever since you got famous (famous)
    Whole bunch of new friends, bet you can't name one (name one)
    You're the only one I need now, but you switched up (switched up)
    Just called your number, boy, you ain't ever picked up
    It's been about six months
    Ever since you got famous (famous)
    Whole bunch of new girls, bet you can't name one (name one)
    I don't wanna say that you switched up
    You broke my heart, boy, how you gonna fix that? (Give you assistance)

    Who'd ever thought I'd make it on Forbes?
    Had to make that good choice
    I get a check for my voice
    We flyin' private at Clearport
    I'm rollin' like a motocross
    I can't cap, I had the chrome 'fore I walk
    Let it in and tell young nigga, "Go and floss"
    I'm takin' lessons, learnin' how to play the guitar
    And I'm a nasty whore (oh yeah)
    The reason why I'm fuckin' on tours (uh)
    He a ho one but that's why I ignore (ignore)
    Type of hitter, you'll never see him come for

    Ever since you got famous (famous)
    Whole bunch of new friends, bet you can't name one (name one)
    You're the only one I need now, but you switched up (switched up)
    Just called your number, boy, you ain't ever picked up
    It's been about six months
    Ever since you got famous (famous)
    Whole bunch of new girls, bet you can't name one (name one)
    I don't wanna say that you switched up
    You broke my heart, boy, how you gonna fix that? (Give you assistance)

    How are you gonna point me? Girl, you disappoint me
    Now you wanna join me, let you want to coin me
    And now you wanna join me, you wanna annoy me
    Ayy, I made you my baby, you know I'm stuntin', baby
    And now you wanna blame me, and now you wanna tame me
    You're never gonna change me, ghetto lil' baby
    Who would've believed that I made it?
    Who would've blown money on grandmama baby?
    Who would say they made a nice lil' savin'?
    I was runnin' Bedford on the pavement
    Who would've believed that I lost it?
    Who'd have thought I'd tap out, hit the floor bad?
    Who would know I'd max out on a profit?
    Didn't faze me, wasn't there for the gossip

    And you shouldn't lie no more, you shouldn't lie no more (no more, yeah)
    We won't lose you, we won't be like before, you better know
    I'm all yours, you better know I'm all yours (all yours)
    Get into your mind 'cause we're winnin' this time

    Ever since you got famous (famous)
    Whole bunch of new friends, bet you can't name one (name one)
    You're the only one I need now, but you switched up (switched up)
    Just called your number, boy, you ain't ever picked up
    It's been about six months
    Ever since you got famous (famous)
    Whole bunch of new girls, bet you can't name one (can't name one)
    I don't wanna say that you switched up
    You broke my heart, boy, how you gonna fix that? (Give you assistance) Writer/s: Octavian Oliver Godji, Carlos St. John Phillips, Sergio Kitchens, Jonathan Kweku Awote-Mensah, Phil Scully
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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