Antidote

Album: Rodeo (2015)
Charted: 16
  • Don't you open up that window
    Don't you let out that antidote
    Poppin' pills is all we know
    In the hills is all we know (Hollywood!)
    Don't go through the front door (Through the back!)
    It's lowkey at the night show
    So don't you open up that window
    Don't you let out that antidote

    Party on a Sunday (that was fun!)
    Do it all again on Monday (One more time!)
    Spent a check on a weekend (Oh my God!)
    I might do it all again (That's boss shit)
    I just hit a three peat
    Fucked three hoes I met this week (Robert Horry!)
    I don't do no old hoes (Oh, no, no!)
    My nigga, that's a no-no (Straight up!)
    She just want the coco (Cocaina!)
    I just want dinero
    Who that at the front door?
    If it's the feds, oh-no-no-no (Don't let 'em in, shhh)

    Don't you open up that window
    Don't you let out that antidote
    Poppin' pills is all we know
    In the hills is all we know (Hollywood!)
    Don't go through the front door (In the back!)
    It's lowkey at the night show
    At the night show
    At the night show (Higher)
    At the night show
    At the night show (Get lit my nigga)
    At the night show

    Anything can happen at the night show
    Everything can happen at the night show
    At the night show
    Anything can happen at the night show
    At the night show
    Your bitch not at home, she at the night show
    Fuckin' right, ho
    Had to catch a flight for the night show
    Let's get piped though
    Bottles got us right though, we ain't sippin' light though
    I ain't got no type though
    Only got one night though, we can do it twice though
    It's lit at the night show

    At the night show
    At the night show
    At the night show
    At the night show
    At the night show
    At the night show
    Anything can happen at the night show

    Stackin' up day to day
    Young nigga you know you gotta go get it, go get it, my nigga
    They hatin', they stinkin', they waitin'
    Don't be mistaken, we dyin', they stayin'
    Lord I'm on fire they think that I'm Satan
    Callin' me crazy on different occasions
    Kickin' the cameraman off of my stages
    'Cause I don't like how he snappin' my angles
    I'm overboard and I'm over-impatient
    Over my niggas and these kids my ages
    Dealin' with Mo' shit that's more complicated
    Like these two bitches that might be related
    H-Town, you got one and you Bun B like a number one
    It's late night, got a late show
    If you wanna roll, I got a place where

    Poppin' pills is all we know
    In the hills is all we know (Hollywood!)
    Don't go through the front door (Through the back!)
    It's lowkey at the night show
    So don't you open up that window
    Don't you let out that antidote Writer/s: Bryan Van Mierlo, David Guy, Ebony Oshurinde, Homer Steinweiss, Jacques Webster, Leon Michels, Nicholas Movshon, Thomas Brenneck
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management
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