Blasé

Album: Free TC (2015)
Charted: 63
  • You know what's going on
    Over there and over there, okay

    Ordered up a hundred Rosés, need a Benz like blasé, blasé
    I'm just, whipping Maserati (Skurr, skurr, skurr, skurr)
    Blasé, blasé
    Blasé, blasé, blasé, blasé
    Ordered up a hundred bottles in the club like blasé, blasé
    Whipping Maserati (Skurr, skurr, skurr, skurr)
    Ohh, blasé, blasé, blasé, yeah, yeah

    Blasé, blasé, blasé, all I drink is Bombay
    When I'm with my niggas, I might drink that Henny
    Smoking kush in public, motherfuck the police
    I ain't scared to die, on the dead homies
    Hittin' them licks, wh-whipping the bricks
    Still with the shit, I'm young and I'm rich, young and I'm rich
    I got hoes nigga, I got hoes in different area codes
    I think I'm Nate Dogg
    I started from the ground, I'm that nigga now
    I stay with the loud, can you hear me now?
    And my bitch cold, she a centerfold
    Put her on a stand, and she never told

    Ordered up a hundred Rosés, need a Benz like blasé, blasé
    I'm just, whipping Maserati (Skurr, skurr, skurr, skurr)
    Blasé, blasé
    Blasé, blasé, blasé, blasé
    Ordered up a hundred bottles in the club like blasé, blasé
    Whipping Maserati (Skurr, skurr, skurr, skurr)
    Ohh, blasé, blasé, blasé, yeah, yeah

    I break the bank like an athlete, huh
    Shawty krunk drunk, fucking up her new Louboutins
    If I let her in my Masi she might be a trending topic
    Before she gotta ride it, bust it, pop it, blasé, blasé
    Been spent your rent and I'm still blowing big faces
    Something 'bout them Ben Franklins make any bitch get naked
    Crew got the juice, bitch you don't need no chasers
    Ball on these niggas, I need knee replacements

    Ordered up a hundred Rosés, need a Benz like blasé, blasé
    I'm just, whipping Maserati (Skurr, skurr, skurr, skurr)
    Blasé, blasé
    Blasé, blasé, blasé, blasé
    Ordered up a hundred bottles in the club like blasé, blasé
    Whipping Maserati (Skurr, skurr, skurr, skurr)
    Ohh, blasé, blasé, blasé, yeah, yeah

    Sipping out the jug until I feel it in my body
    I was, uh, hoping you were salty when you saw me
    Keep her rowdy, seen around me, all we do is dip and dab
    Got twin turbos on twin turbos and them bitches really smash
    It's a 50/50 chance I might, ditch ya (Ditch ya)
    It's a 50/50 chance that these niggas didn't pitch in
    I'm pouring up 'til I can't no more
    I swear everything I see slo mo'

    Ordered up a hundred Rosés, need a Benz like blasé, blasé
    I'm just, whipping Maserati (Skurr, skurr, skurr, skurr)
    Blasé, blasé
    Blasé, blasé, blasé, blasé
    Ordered up a hundred bottles in the club like blasé, blasé
    Whipping Maserati (Skurr, skurr, skurr, skurr)
    Ohh, blasé, blasé, blasé, yeah, yeah

    Alcohol and chronic, yeah, that's all we want
    Alcohol and chronic, yeah, that's all we want
    Alcohol and chronic, yeah, that's all we want
    Alcohol and chronic, yeah, that's all we want
    That's all we want
    That's all we want
    That's all we want
    That's all we wantWriter/s: TYRONE WILLIAM GRIFFIN JR, KHALIF BROWN, GARY HILL, NAYVADIUS WILBURN, AAQUIL BROWN, MARQUIS MEDINA
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group, THE ADMINISTRATION MP INC
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