That's My Bitch

Album: Watch the Throne (2010)
  • (with Kanye West
    feat. La Roux)

    [Kanye West]
    Hello, can I speak to a, a, yeah you know who you are
    Look, you had no idea what ya dealing with
    Something on some of this realest shit
    Something, something
    Yeah. that's my bitch

    That's my bitch
    Sh-shorty right there
    That's my bitch
    That's my bitch

    [Chorus - Elly Jackson]
    I've been waiting for a long long time
    Just to get off and throw my hands up high
    And live my life
    And live my life
    Just to get off and throw my hands up high

    [Kanye West]
    I paid for them titties, get your own
    It aint safe in the city, watch the throne
    You say I care more about them basquion's, basquiats
    She learning a new word, its yacht
    Blew the World up as soon as I hit the club with her
    Too Short called, told me "I fell in love with her"
    Seen by actors, ball players and drug dealers
    And some lesbians that never loved niggas
    Twisted love story True Romance
    Mary Magdalene from a pole dance
    I'm a freak huh, rock star life
    The second girl with us, thats our wife
    Hey boys and girls, I got a new riddle
    Who's the new old perv thats tryna play second fiddle
    No disrespect, I'm not tryna belittle
    But my dick worth money I put Monie in the middle

    [Chorus - Elly Jackson]
    I've been waiting for a long long time
    Just to get off and throw my hands up high
    And live my life
    And live my life
    Just to get off and throw my hands up high, high, high, high

    Silly little vixen, mixes 'til morning
    Not swerving, oh, yeah
    Swear you never strolled on a bottle of that potion
    Stop motion, ooh, yeah

    [Jay-Z]
    Go harder than a nigga for a nigga go figure
    Told me "keep my own money" if we ever did split up
    How can somethin' so gangsta be so pretty in pictures?
    With jeans and a blazer and some Louboutin slippers
    Uh, Picasso was alive he woulda made her
    Thats right nigga Mona Lisa can't fade her
    I mean Marilyn Monroe, she's quite nice
    But why all the pretty icons always all white
    Back to my Beyonces
    You deserve 3 stacks for the Andre
    Call Larry Gagosian, you belong in museums
    You belong in Vintage clothes watching the whole building
    You belong with niggas who used to be known for dope dealing
    You too dope for any of those civilians
    Now shoot trigga, stop looking at her tits
    Get ya own dog, ya heard
    Thats my bitch

    [Chorus]
    I've been waiting for a long long time
    Just to get off and throw my hands up high
    And live my life
    And live my life
    Just to get off and throw my hands up high

    Silly little vixen, mixes 'til morning
    Not swerving, oh, yeah
    Swear you never strolled on a bottle of that potion
    Stop motion, ooh, yeah

    [Kanye West]
    You have no idea what you're dealing with
    Something on some of this realest shit
    Pop some nines, so I give you the Fifth
    Something, something, yeah

    That's my bitch, That's my bitch
    Sh-shorty right there? That's my bitch
    That's my bitch

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