All About You

Album: F.I.L.A. - Fly International Luxurious Art (2015)
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  • This is the wrong time
    But I wish you were all mine
    I ain't tryna wait
    Listen to fate, but what's a man to do
    Said I'm all confused
    And you ain't tryna choose
    Whether I win or lose, baby
    Yeah, it's all about you, all about you
    It's all about you (all about you)
    Said it's all about you (all about you)
    Said it's all about you, (all about you)
    Yeah, it's all about you, (all about you, all about you) (ay yo)

    It been about me, I'm a king from the rip
    My own millionaire style, my swag on dip
    Stay fresh in the freshest places
    Flip papers, fly round Bugattis and yachts
    Holding knots, C.R.E.A.M. Relations
    It's like hitting the lotto winning
    More money, more problems, you gotta be kidding
    I'd rather sit up in the Bronx and parlay some shit up
    I'm usually breaking down eights and slaying some sit-ups
    Boo, it's tight times, let me hustle
    'Cause everything you want, I'm near with all muscle
    'Cause when I'm in the streets, we eating, more Ruffles
    Then we can play the suites in Vegas, all duffles
    'Cause you the queen, I'm the king, be a rider
    A man with a game plan stressin ain't a rider
    So let me paint picture, stay crisp, we providers
    We real, realer than real, word to mamas

    This is the wrong time
    But I wish you were all mine
    I ain't tryna wait, listen to fate
    But what's a man to do
    Said I'm all confused
    And you ain't tryna choose
    Whether I win or lose, baby
    Yeah It's all about you (all about you)
    It's all about you (all about you)
    Said it's all about you, (all about you)
    Said it's all about you, (all about you)
    Yeah, it's all about you, (all about you, all about you)

    Kingpin chef in the town, keep it 100
    Ice on his neck and his arms with more money
    Jump into the 250 Joan, gettin' blunted
    Pockets carry more than a stack, we all fronting
    Rich black African, dons getting cheddar
    Shorty know better, let's blow, bring the Beretta
    Showing off the vault, you walk, nigga, you're welcome
    Or you can stay here and be rich with me and help 'em
    I'm just crazy with it, fly slick intelligence
    He play high on the strips and flip pelicans
    My whole click is in this bitch, 10 elephants
    Who stay fresher than us' That's irrelevant
    True, yeah, nothing but a G thing
    Whoa, yo, they be coming through, peep game
    Boo, I know it's over baby, keep playing
    Oops, I'm out of energy, street king

    This is the wrong time but I wish you were all mine
    I ain't tryna wait, listen to fate
    But what's a man to do
    Said I'm all confused
    And you ain't tryna choose
    Whether I win or lose, baby
    Yeah, it's all about you, all about you
    It's all about you, (all about you)
    Said it's all about you, all about you
    Said it's all about you, all about you
    Yeah, it's all about you, all about you, all about you Writer/s: AKENE DUNKLEY, ARDEN ALTINO, COREY TODD WOODS, ESTELLE SWARAY, JERRY DUPLESSIS, SHAMA EDWIN JOSEPH
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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