Knock Knock Knock

  • Knock knock knock
    On my door, who could it be?
    Puffy jacket badman
    Wants his money
    Kicked down the door and his Nike Air Rattles
    Rush the fire exit, no time for battles
    Well, I, I never expected it from you
    Someone I always thought I knew
    It's true, the demise of this guy's came through
    And shit's about to go down like Titanic

    Young, dumb, living off Mum
    Waiting for the right time to come
    The best bet's getting you when you're all alone
    Unknown number, don't pick up the phone

    The stepson father, brother's next door neighbour's riddled
    Cause when he heard his wife had had a little bit of a fiddle
    On the side, hands held wide, tight at the side
    I couldn't get home but at least he tried
    And it ain't all over till the fat ladies sing
    And even then, the fire's still yet to begin
    There's an hole in the city but isn't it a pity
    Why the fuck do relationships be so tricky?

    Young, dumb, living off Mum
    Waiting for the right time to come
    The best bet's getting you when you're all alone
    Unknown number, don't pick up the phone Writer/s: JORDAN CARDY
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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