Bacative

Album: Knowle West Boy (2008)
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  • Real gangster
    In a leather trench coat, made in Milano
    Black leather felt disguise me my skin
    Dark night, Tricky and Kino
    It's time for a drink, so we go in a casino

    From the busted door we see guys, they team up
    Me's a Scarface, and a girl from Reno
    Drink off me backs and a guy can't sneak up
    Me .45 left enough guy lean up
    Left them up in the water now tomorrow them clean up
    Clean up, speak up, before it gets serious

    [Chorus: x4]
    There's no exit
    I can't stand still
    Keep on running

    ?
    London, Jamaica, Bristol, Manchester,
    ?
    I don't care,
    Life's to touch
    ?

    [Chorus: x4]

    Come in a club

    Real gangster
    In a leather trenchcoat, made in Milano
    Black leather felt disguise me my skin
    Dark night, Tricky and Kino
    It's time for a drink, so we go in a casino

    From the busted door we see guys, they team up
    Me's a Scarface, and a girl from Reno
    Drink off me backs and a guy can't sneak up

    [Chorus: Repeats] Writer/s: Adrian Thaws, Bernard Butler
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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