Punk Monk

Album: Whole Lotta Red (2020)
  • Ayy, punk monk
    Ayy, yeah
    What?

    Know your gang, know your gang (what? What?)
    Know your gang, know your gang (what? Ayy, what?)
    Know your gang, know your gang (what? What?)
    Know your gang, know your gang (what? Yeah)

    One thing I hate the most (slatt)
    One thing I hate the most (oh yeah)
    Is some friendly-ass niggas (yeah)
    Some friendly-ass niggas (what?)
    Some friendly-ass niggas (woah)
    Some friendly-ass niggas (woah)
    Don't talk to me
    Don't talk to me (yeah)
    Don't talk to me (ayy)
    Don't talk to me

    Them niggas not with us (us, what?)
    Them niggas not with us (what? What?)
    Them niggas not with us (what? What? Uh, what?)
    I told my brother yesterday, uh (uh)
    I had every chance to sign all the young niggas
    But I was in my bag (bag, bag)
    Really, I don't worry about these niggas (what? No)
    I was tryna sign Trippie Redd before they knew about Trippie
    I was fuckin' with Lil Keed when he made lil' "blicky" (blicky)
    I thought I had Pi'erre, but the label tricked me (what?)
    They tried to turn me into a white boy, but I'm not Lil Dicky
    I remember I used to follow KEY! And ManMan Savage
    Ridin' 'round the hood, I was ridin' with the ratchet (what?)
    Lil Tjay was my shooter, but they turned that boy against me (what?)
    But OG said, "Hold that shit down," so I ain't trippin' (yeah)
    I was in Paris when Offset and Uzi started hittin'
    And I had to stay out that shit because that ain't none my business (yeah)
    I just worry 'bout me (uh, me)
    I just worry 'bout me (what? What?)
    I gotta worry 'bout me (what? What? What? What?)
    I gotta worry 'bout me (what? What? What? What?)
    Why? (why? Yeah, yeah, yeah), oh
    I'm not friendly at all (what?)
    I don't even want these niggas on my song (no)
    I don't even need these niggas on my song (no doubt)
    I don't rap, I write poems (what?)
    If you think you an ape, bitch, then I'm King Kong (woah)
    If you know you great, bitch, then this your song (what? What?)
    We are great (yeah, what? What? Yeah)
    The greatest, yeah (what? Uh, what?)
    We are great (what? What?)
    The greatest (yeah, what? Yeah, yeah, yeah)
    When you not gang
    You turn into a hater

    Know your gang, know your gang (pussy)
    Know your gang, know your gang (pussy bitch, ayy)
    Know your gang, know your gang (what? What?)
    Know your gang, know your gang (what? What? What? God, yeah)

    One thing I hate the most (yeah, yeah, yeah)
    One thing I hate the most (oh yeah)
    It's some friendly-ass niggas (yeah)
    Some friendly-ass niggas (what?)
    Some friendly-ass niggas (what?)
    Some friendly-ass niggas (what?)
    Don't talk to me (don't talk to me)
    Don't talk to me (yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah)
    Don't talk to me (don't talk, ayy, yeah)
    Don't talk to me (ayy, ayy, yeah)
    Them niggas not with us (what? Us, us, what?)
    Them niggas not with us (what? What?)
    Them niggas not with us (yeah, yeah, yeah, uh, what?) Writer/s: Jordan Carter, Pierre Thevenot, Richard Ortiz, Stefan Cismigiu
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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