I Wanna Thank Me

Album: I Wanna Thank Me (2019)
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  • Last but not least, I wanna thank me
    I wanna thank me for believin' in me
    I wanna thank me for doing all this hard work
    I wanna thank me for having no days off
    I wanna thank me for, for never quittin'
    I wanna thank me for always bein' a giver
    And tryna give more than I receive
    I wanna thank me for tryna do more right than wrong
    I wanna thank me for just bein' me at all times
    Snoop Dogg, you a bad motherfucker

    (Snoop Dogg, Snoop Dogg)

    Eagle side, homie coming up
    I was young and I didn't give a fuck
    Long Beach nigga, a fiend for the bucks
    Lean in my chucks, banger, I'm tough, yeah
    Yeah, long time coming, had to earn my G
    Gold diggin' hoes had to learn my fee
    I beat a couple cases, I'm H-O-T
    I'm Snoop Dogg to the world, gotta thank ol' me
    We celebrating, you hatin' on a real one
    All the L's that I took, man I still won
    Big bank rolls coming at you
    West Coast king, man, I need a statue

    Yeah, I said it, who did it like me?
    Who want the dice? Nigga bet it
    Twenty-plus years, I ain't even gotta sell it
    I ain't even got to show up to get the money
    Mail it, I'm going in

    Oh (can you hear me?)
    I paid my dues and earned my stripes
    No matter what ya say it's all me
    (Can you hear me?)
    Oh, oh no
    (Bring that beat back, bring that B-Cat)

    Who did it like the King? Go tell
    Sent a bunch of kids to the NFL
    Did it from the dirt, nigga can't you tell?
    Don't I ride by in that SSL?
    Snoopy had to get it on, ball, beat ten of y'all
    I'm just tryna show 'em how them men evolve
    Couple mil' later then they into y'all
    Still screaming, rolling through my Hollywood stid-all, yeesh
    Back up off me, sip your coffee, it's the Dogg show
    Smoking weed on TV like a Marlboro
    Standing there flexin', hoes see the drip
    This crip, no question

    Who bigger than me? Shit, yeah, I said it
    Who did it like me?
    Who want the dice? Nigga bet it
    Twenty-plus years, I ain't even gotta sell it
    I ain't even got to show up to get the money
    Mail it, I'm going in

    Battlecat, what you gon' do?
    Hoes recognize, niggas do to
    Long Beach, East Side mad ass lunatics
    Still own niggas who talk bitch shit
    Down for whatever, whoever wanna see me now
    Slap a bitch nigga out to get a grip
    Take a whole lot to be Snoop D-O-dub
    You gotta put it down and always stay G'd up

    Who did it like a muhfuckin' legend?
    Yeah it hurts, church, reverend
    Sat back took a look at me, shit's classic
    Pocket full of paper, the haters, they can't grasp it
    Still at the top of my game, I'm all-pro
    Lost count of the cars, nigga they all show (wee!)
    I got a family to feed, now that's growth
    But I still lay your ass out for the low (ah)
    Now, roam in, make it hard to trip
    I'm talking big dick shit, man it's hard to grip
    Got a whole gang of albums and some major flicks
    I got a wife, rich life, that's some major shit

    Bigg Dogg, yeah, I said it
    Who did it like me?
    Who want the dice? Nigga bet it
    Twenty-plus years and I ain't even gotta sell it
    I ain't even got to show up to get the money
    Mail it, I'm going in

    Used to be out West but now you hear me
    From the LBC, around the room, let's blow this smoke
    Used to be out West but now you hear me
    From the LBC, around the room, let's blow this smoke

    La-da-da-da-da
    It's the Snoop to the D-O-double-G
    (Snoop Dogg, Snoop Dogg, Snoop Dogg) Writer/s: Billy Davenport, Calvin Broadus, Kevin Gilliam, Mark Dove, Terence Harden
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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