He's a Mental Giant

Album: All 6's and 7's (2011)
  • He's a mental giant, they said I was narcissist
    He's a mental giant well narc' assist this
    Trick (trick)
    Yeah (yeah)
    Strange Music baby

    He's a mental giant, that's what they say
    He's a mental giant to those whom nay say
    Oh oh oh oh oh
    Hey! hey!

    Hey! I'm lookin' down on you niggas
    Even though I'm 5'8
    And one ninety five pound on you niggas
    So tall I can't even hear any of the sound you deliver
    Me and my partners never see any of the hateful frowning you give us
    'cause' we smile at the bitty braggin' wack rapper's
    Who happen to be the best at the gat master
    But down to the simple fact
    Here's a strap past ya ta blast at ya
    That after, the gap put him in the casket,
    Last chapta, that's laughter
    Half past move fast just imagine a black Dracula
    Smashin' 'em with a gat to bust atcha

    It went to my head as my first time
    To be cocky, I'm just a giant when I burst rhyme
    My leg is humongous, is y'all's verse mine?
    Step on the mic I can't stop my leg like Robert Cline
    Giant robot make you feel very low shame
    I am so hot in my skills there be propane
    Why I'm gonna squash 'em and kill every poor thang?
    'cause I'm a huge Pillsbury dough man

    He's a mental giant (Tech N9ne)
    He's a mental giant (Tech N9ne)

    He's a mental giant, that's what they say
    He's a mental giant to those whom nay say
    Oh oh oh oh oh
    Hey! hey!

    Narcissistic, hard to grip it,
    Dark and wicked, arts prolific,
    Mars with the stars, this is far lifted
    Lyrics quit the bar with it, bar scriptures are terrific
    Getta spitta witta bit of bitter marketing'
    With skrilla then a fifth of henny liquor, start to twist it
    Critics sit and shiver
    In the slit of zillas
    Pit of killas grittas hittas
    Click of silly niggas are fictitious
    On top of the game, I'm droppin' the rain
    Godly gifted, hop in your lane and stoppin' your fame
    Bark is viscous, you got bars to witness
    Y'all submissive, when I get your brain your thoughts is shifted
    I'm incredible, highly technical nympho triumph, raw intricate
    I need medical then more science, scar's 'n' stitches
    Alphabetical gems blow by him, pause it a bit
    Tech N9ne a mental giant

    He's a mental giant (Tech N9ne)
    He's a mental giant (Tech N9ne)
    Yeah! (Tech N9ne)

    He's a mental giant, that's what they say
    He's a mental giant to those whom nay say
    Oh oh oh oh oh
    Hey! hey!

    Mentally I'm like Shaq on stilts
    Strange music inc is white 'n' black 'n' build
    For keeping' rap on tilt
    Like drinkin' pathrone and jack prone then yack on silk quilts
    Gotta fat dome that'll last long if that's where I'm skill't
    Giant, huge, humongous, gigantic, expanded
    Been floatin' for years and I ain't landed
    Haters can't stand it the way that my noggin as big as Kansas
    But the women that listnin' wanna know if I be talkin' bout my damn dick

    He's a mental giant (Tech N9ne)
    He's a mental giant (Tech N9ne)
    Hahaha (Tech N9ne)

    He's a mental giant, that's what they say
    He's a mental giant to those whom nay say
    Oh oh oh oh oh
    Hey! hey!

    Yadda they think my head
    Ask her, if my head big
    Hahaha yeah Tech N9neWriter/s: Michael Summers, Samuel William Christopher Watson, Aaron Dontez Yates
    Publisher: BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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