Guantanamera

Album: Bachelor Party (2015)
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  • She always complaining, she say I'm a player
    Cars stupid fast, goodbye to my haters
    Ballin' at the gym, now who wanna play us
    Got a bad bitch, Guantanamera
    Whoa Guantanamera
    Whoa whoa Guantanamera
    Whoa Guantanamera
    Hey, hey, Guantanamera

    Guantanamera we in Venezuela
    I don't know her name but I know where she came from
    House so big I can't see my neighbors
    I grab em and pass em, you try to save em
    Whoa Guantanamera
    Ridin' Audis through the hood, you know I be skatin'
    Tiptoeing' in my Jordans soon as I lace em
    Spent in all at the mall, it was Vuitton she lace 'em
    Now I'ma go crazy, now baby you know that your looks are deceiving
    I tell all these girl that I'm rich and don't need em and no one believes me
    These niggas be mad, I be catching their baby girl looking and peeping
    Take her home then I beat it till she sleeping, sleeping

    She always complaining, she say I'm a player
    Cars stupid fast, goodbye to my haters
    Ballin' at the gym, now who wanna play us
    Got a bad bitch, Guantanamera
    Whoa Guantanamera
    Whoa whoa Guantanamera
    Whoa Guantanamera
    Hey, hey, Guantanamera

    Pull up in a Benz screaming "fuck a hater!"
    And nigga I done caught your bitch on an elevator
    Nigga I done told your bitch I'ma fuck her later
    And she gon' only get this dick, not no fuckin' paper
    Vamanos, knock em all down like dominoes
    Then I tell em adios
    If you got a bad bitch and she suck a good dick
    Better lock her pussy down and you call it Guantanamo
    Huh, that pussy tryna run, call that cardio
    This gon' be a lot of fun, moon turn to the sun
    We gon' get it to tomorrow
    Spend a couple car notes on a couple bottles
    Yo the rich shit don't end
    You don't wanna roll all along, tell your homies come on
    And it's on, I'ma hit your friend
    I'm cool with it if you cool with it
    If you suck, spit and you drool with it
    And I'ma be up in the hole all day
    Guantanamo bay, Trey

    She always complaining, she say I'm a player
    Cars stupid fast, goodbye to my haters
    Ballin' at the gym, now who wanna play us
    Got a bad bitch, Guantanamera
    Whoa Guantanamera
    Whoa whoa Guantanamera
    Whoa Guantanamera
    Hey, hey, Guantanamera Writer/s: DOMINIC WOODS, MARK NILAN, PAULO RODRIGUEZ, TREMAINE NEVERSON
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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