Lights Out

  • It goes one for the money, homie, two for the show
    We tore the roof off this mutha, now it's time to blow
    Like we don't need no water, don't bother, we let it burn
    We keep the fire just a little bit hotter, that way you'll learn

    Respect I earn! Started with the clique that I hang
    Respect I earn! Ever since I got in this game
    Respect I earn! Never wanted fortune or fame
    I'd rather have these South D'ego Streets knowing my name

    Chiggy Check - Microphone check
    Chiggy Check - Microphone check

    Lights out! Game over!
    If you wanna you can check my stats
    Lights out! Game over!
    Make way cause the kings is back

    We bang boogie through your system subliminal
    We lyrical murdering like we criminals
    Life or Death medical decision
    We so dope out the lab that you'll need a prescription
    The hood is listening so for you that I wrote this

    Keep it underground! Sticking to the streets like the homeless
    With the dopeness, recognize the real P.O.D.
    Cause we triple O, O triple, triple O.G.

    Lights out! Game over!
    If you wanna you can check my stats
    Lights out! Game over!
    Make way cause the kings is back
    Lights out! Game over!
    If you really think you got it like that
    Lights out! Game over!
    Word on the streets is the boys is back

    Lights out! Game over!
    Make way cause the kings is back
    Lights out! Game over!
    If you really think you got it like that
    Lights out! Game over!
    Word on the streets is the boys is back
    Lights out! Game over!
    Worldwide only paying respects
    Lights out! Microphone check
    Lights out! Microphone check
    Make way cause the kings is back
    Lights out! Writer/s: TEDDY DOUGLAS
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 2

  • Taylor from Scott City, MoThis song was used on an episode of the tv show NCIS. In the episode a teenager goes to school with a bomb strapped to his chest. this song plays in the beginning and stops when he reveals the bomb to his home room
  • Jim from San Diego, CaI think this song was inspired by San Diego Charger linebacker Shawne "Lights Out" Merriman. He won the defensive rookie of the year in 2005. P.O.D. are big Charger fans and this song gets played at all the home games and on ESPN during highlights.
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