Back To The Streets

Album: Pretty Bitch Music (2020)
  • Pull up in my hood best dressed (best dressed)
    Next thing, upgrade, who's next? (Who's next?)
    Rich boy got him on deck (on deck)
    Good boy, tell that nigga fetch, I
    Put my new man on a leash (on a lesh)
    Traded in my old nigga, he was just a lease
    I ride around town 'til I leave
    I gave the boy a round spin him back to the streets
    Like la-da-dee-da-dee-da
    Yeah, I spin him back to the streets
    Like la-da-dee-da-dee-da (da-dee-da)
    Back to the streets

    So clean when I pull up to the scene
    Big goals, and I put that on me
    What you thinkin'? What's good?
    Fuck how you feel and I wish a nigga would
    Had to hit the Heisman on ya homies
    Steppin' in here, bad bitches only
    My ex used to act like he owned me
    Ain't enough just to treat me like a trophy
    I had that, passed that, knew I had to trash that
    Bounced on his ass, turn that boy into a flashback
    I'm a 5 star bitch with the price tag
    Gotta find me somebody that could match that

    My last one got on my last nerve
    Made me go change my passwords
    I hit the curve with bad swerve
    You know I get the last word

    Pull up in my hood best dressed (best dressed)
    Next thing, upgrade, who's next? (Who's next?)
    Rich boy got him on deck (on deck)
    Good boy, tell that nigga fetch, I
    Put my new man on a leash (on a lesh)
    Traded in my old nigga, he was just a lease
    I ride around town 'til I leave
    I gave the boy a round spin him back to the streets
    Like la-da-dee-da-dee-da
    Yeah, I spin him back to the streets
    Like la-da-dee-da-dee-da (da-dee-da)
    (Yeah), back to the streets

    Back to the streets, sent you back to your old hood
    On hood, baby this is for your own good
    I'm a player ass bitch and you knew it
    Had a good time, now I'm ready for some new dick
    Passed it to Saweetie, now you hit it, through with it
    There it ain't really nothin' else to do with it
    Yeah, you know I leveled up
    I can't be stuck
    I wish you luck though
    Consider yourself blessed
    You got to fuck with the baddest
    You know that I can't be capped, no, I gotta dip out

    Pull up in my hood best dressed (best dressed)
    Next thing, upgrade, who's next? (Who's next?)
    Rich boy got him on deck
    Good boy, tell that nigga fetch (yeah)
    I put my new man on a leash (on a leash)
    Traded in my old nigga, he was just a lease (ooh)
    I ride around town 'til I leave ('til I leave, oh)
    I gave the boy a round spin him back to the streets
    Like la-da-dee-da-dee-da
    Yeah, I spin him back to the streets
    Like la-da-dee-da-dee-da
    Back to the streets

    La-da-dee-da-dee-da
    Back to the streets
    Ba-back to the streets
    La-da-dee-da-dee-da
    Yeah
    Back to the streets

    (Put my new man on a leash)
    (He was just a lease)
    (Ride around town 'til I leave) Writer/s: Aleicia Gibson, Diamonte Harper, Donny Flores, Frederico Vindver, Gino Borri, Jose Velaquez, Matthew Crabtree, Michael Suski, Sara Mitchell, Simon Plummer, Timothy Mosley
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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