Busta Rhymes

Album: EP 1 (2017)
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  • People ask me, people ask me all the time
    How you doing that? How, how you doing that?
    People ask me, people ask me all the time
    How you doin' that Busta rhyme?

    I don't really know
    I don't really know how I got a flow
    I don't wanna tell you I'm a pro
    Do a little run and I get it done
    Every time I spit it like a gun
    Mom said I must've been born with it
    I wasn't always so sure of it
    Now, now I can see all the worth in it
    So I be burnin' shit
    Every time I get a little better so I gotta do it
    Every single day like I'm junkie with a habit
    And I know it front and back, pull the hat out of the rabbit
    If you want it, you can have it
    Ring it up, I can bag it
    All my women that be rockin' look at all we have in common
    Anything we gonna do we gotta do it like a problem
    And they say they wanna keep us at the bottom
    But we're too damn awesome, too damn awesome

    People ask me, people ask me all the time
    How you doing that? How, how you doing that?
    People ask me, people ask me all the time
    How you doin' that Busta rhyme?
    People ask me, people ask me all the time
    How you doing that? How, how you doing that?
    People ask me, people ask me all the time
    How you doin' that Busta rhyme?

    I'm so fed up, I should be fat
    I'm big papi when I'm at bat
    Fuckin' salary got no cap
    Every time I do it like I do it, they gag
    Can I be totally real with you, girl?
    Can't do what nobody tell you to
    Once you decide what you wanna do
    Unlock it and cock it like Rambo do
    Then you unleash the fool
    Now I'm feeling kinda shady when you're looking at my mouth
    Like I'm a little fucking baby
    Talking all this kinda shit
    Like, oh my god, somebody spare me
    Ya'll ain't even seen the best of me and all you do is dare me
    But a pussy grab back when the situation hairy (meow)
    Can't keep me in a cage, no canary
    Got a lot I wanna say, a library
    And I spit it so quick that it's scary
    Y'all never wanted me to be another copy catter
    Would you rather see me pull another dagger?
    When I get to rhyming, all the people start to gather
    And I'm making it look easy like I'm working up a lather
    And my teacher is a legend, ain't nobody on his radar
    I know how to write a rhyme, he's a really hard grader
    Can you please do me a favor and jump on the elevator
    Going up in this bitch like a hungry alligator
    Twist it and I turn it like a hate exterminator
    If it's any indicator, call it now or call me later
    'Cause my team is rollin' in like a bevy of invaders
    We ain't never turn down 'cause I never use a fader
    And I keep it on a hundred so my booty got no stuffin'
    If you disappointing me, I do a fair amount of cussin'
    It's magic when I'm cuttin' and puttin' it outta nuttin'
    Stuntin' Gucci on my boots so they see me when I'm coming

    People ask me, people ask me all the time
    How you doing that? How, how you doing that?
    People ask me, people ask me all the time
    How you doin' that Busta rhyme?
    People ask me, people ask me all the time
    How you doing that? How, how you doing that?
    People ask me, people ask me all the time
    How you doin' that Busta rhyme?

    How you doin'? How, how you doin' that?
    How you doin'? How, how you doin' that?
    How you doin'? People ask me all the time
    How you doin' that Busta rhyme? Writer/s: Amy Renee Heidemann Noonan, Nick Louis Noonan, Richard Lee Jackson, Steve Tirogene
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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