$ (dollar sign)

Album: LOtUSFLOW3R (2009)
  • Here she come, the most popular girl
    In the whole wide world today
    You don't know if she would
    But what's good if she'd some and look your way
    You're standing over there tryin' to be gangsta coppin' your favorite lean
    You give her the head nod
    O my God you're the craziest thing
    She's ever seen but your

    And she's loving you all night long
    In your little world she's your best girl
    It's all money
    Ain't nothing wrong
    Your dancing and she's loving you all night long

    Funky dolla bill it's real you all
    Easy come, easy gone

    Where you go everybody wanna know
    So they can put it in a magazine
    Next to the ad for the latest fad
    In black hair care, Vaseline
    With this car these rims this grill you'll be
    The illest on the scene
    Whatever whatever all you need is your music
    And you'll b a party machine and you'll be


    How many times you look for happy
    And you never see the rich folks there?
    But if the DJ really dropped a needle all the true players just don't care
    When all the news just gimme the blues and make you wanna pop a pill
    What difference does it make who got's the most bank, it's just ink and


    Pawns aside who's the king the two and four
    Wit hot sauce from the bay to Baltimore
    Take your woman for she hit the front door
    And whoop your whole crew cuz they fat and slow

    Dancing loving you all night long
    It's all money ain't nothing wrong
    Dancing loving you all night long
    Easy come easy gone Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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