[Chorus] I'm flowing away without leaving the ground ground They're asking me what's it like up there I tell 'em I ain't coming down I'm tryna stay up and I don't wanna touch down down They asking me what's it like up there I tell em I ain't coming down No no I ain't coming down, no no I ain't coming down No no I ain't coming down, I ain't coming down
Now that my visions more clearer this is for hate on Royce in Detroit era I know y'all had a good time but that was your time But that was your era, now look at you and look at me, compare us You can do it easily, the same way Royce was looking stupid on that Beef DVD Shout up my niggas D tweezy, I'll admit when I was wrong I remember thinkin' I should prolly' hit my nigga Vaughan You talking shit about me at your barbershop, you obviously politicking wrong Niggas need to stop PMS'ing, I hope y'all barber give y'all ass the same hairline as me and DMX's I went from wishin' Trick Trick was gone, From pickin' which bitch to wishin' I could TwitPic my home And as far as my nigga Trick, before we was bothers I think we really just needed to get to know each other, I'm up
I gotta say the shit one time When have you even known me to get in the way of one's grind 'Cause even when that dot cloud hovered above me I went from signed to unsigned, and I found my own sunshine Now let me say this shit one more time When have you ever known me to get in the way of your grind Can you find one hip hop listener around the globe Who don't know that Nickle Nine is from Motown? These cats say "he's whack", "he ain't even from the D so why he got that D tat?" Then they friends run to me like "my friends saw you cypherin' on BET But he ain't like it cause you ain't have on no D hat" Make up your mind you whinnin' niggaz Ryan done been at schools to talk Bought shoes for shorties, bought coats for the kids While you niggaz choose to floss, and y'all wanna nail who to the cross? Y'all niggaz soft! I'm up!
Writer/s: Alan Maman, Dennis Stehr, R Montgomery
Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Downtown Music Publishing, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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Florida Georgia Line's "Cruise" spent 24 weeks on top of the country chart- the most ever until Sam Hunt's "Body Like a Back Road" was #1 for 34 weeks. The record was previously held by Eddy Arnold's "I'll Hold You in My Heart (1947-48), Hank Snow's "I'm Moving On" (1950-51) and Webb Pierce's "In the Jailhouse Now" (1955), which each led for 21 weeks.