Tell The Vision

Album: Faith (2021)
Charted: 55 49
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  • Trippin'
    Wildin' on television
    You could
    Still see a nigga tell the vision
    Pimpin' (pimpin')
    Boy, these boys, pimpin'
    Different
    These boys, boys

    "Pop was here last week
    He was talkin' about Brooklyn and the place Brooklyn was at
    How they were really like, thriving right now
    Or he was, you know
    He was tryna, pull people up with him
    He wasn't even to where he was about to be
    He just was trying to, he was trying to get there
    I mean, he was on his, he was well on his way
    Um, it's just tragic
    Twenty years old, rest in peace
    God bless Pop Smoke"

    Look, nigga, we made it (grrt, woo, baow)
    Nigga, we made it, we made it (woo)
    Nigga, we made it (woo)
    Thank God that I made it (grrt, baow)
    Nigga, we made it, we made it (woo)
    Look, mama, I made it (grrt)

    Look, I remember the days,
    Same fit for a week straight
    I used to eat fifty-cent cake
    Now, it's Philippe's
    It's Philippe's for the steak
    And hella thots up in the Wraith
    I can't wife that thot
    Tell that bitch, "Get out of my face"
    We killed your big brother
    We killed your little brother
    Now, it's Philippe's
    It's Philippe's for the steak
    And hella thots up in the Wraith
    Said I hop in a Lamb' and skrrt off
    I spent fifty up in Bergdorf
    I got shit you never heard of
    Buy it, I don't care what it cost, no
    And I always keep a pole, rain, snow
    I did a hunnid on a probe
    If you droppin' a Woo, we come where you live
    Glock 9, infrared
    Pull up, and empty the clip, woo
    Dread had the strap all summer
    In the Floss movin' reckless
    Please do not play wit' me
    Nigga, I keep a K wit' me

    Look, nigga, we made it (grrt, woo, baow)
    Nigga, we made it, we made it (woo)
    Nigga, we made it (woo)
    Thank God that I made it (grrt, baow)
    Nigga, we made it, we made it (woo)
    Look, mama, I made it (grrt)
    Nigga, we made it

    Huh?
    We come from the trenches, nigga
    Trap, trap (woo)
    Same fit for a week straight (grrt)
    You know what I'm sayin'?
    Fifty-cent cake, now, we eatin' Philippe's steak (hahahaha)

    Look, Tyler got the album of the year, for now
    But Pop about to drop, I see the platinum in the clouds
    Now Push about to drop, so real trappers stick around
    The crown is only for the king, they tryna place it on a clown
    I declare war, nickname 'He Sell Raw'
    Different city, same ghetto, bring the Woos on tour
    Push start, drop top, 812, two-door
    Baby Rover, Benz, Coupe, bitch, you gotta choose yours
    How can I not? Woo, how can I not?
    When a brick is thirty-six, bitch, how could I stop?
    These Richard Milles are one-of-one, shit, how could I watch?
    We made it, we made it, whether you like it or not

    Look, nigga, we made it (grrt, woo, baow)
    Nigga, we made it, we made it (woo)
    Nigga, we made it (woo)
    Thank God that I made it (grrt, baow)
    Nigga, we made it, we made it (woo)
    Look, mama, I made it (grrt) Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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