Make It Work
by Tyga

Album: The Gold Album: 18th Dynasty (2014)
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  • Aye, nigga, what that work like?
    Aye, bitch, what that work like?
    You know me I've been trappin' with it all night
    Niggas wanna take it there, we can take it there, all night

    Aye nigga, Raww with the drama
    I'll bring it to your face, cook it like Benihana's
    Then ride out on Yokohamas
    And my fingernails dirty, I've been countin' straight 100's
    Why these niggas wanna test me on the low though?
    Got no mothafuckin' patience so I'm patient with the scope though
    Put your potty mouth on the low
    Sleepin' with the enemy, it's like hangin' on a rope
    Jim Carrey, I ain't fuckin' with you liars
    All black attire, if we match it fuel the fire
    This time man we aimin' for the body
    I'm puttin' X's on the wall, if you resurrect, you Makaveli
    Sphinx, I'm a pharaoh, ain't a fairy
    Potato on the barrel, watch your soul fly with the sparrow
    All my niggas thorough about dinero
    Nigga never was my homie, all these bitches know you're corny nigga

    Aye, nigga, what that work like?
    Aye, bitch, what that work like?
    You know me, I've been trappin' with it all night
    Niggas wanna take it there, we can take it there all night
    Aye, nigga, what that work like?
    Aye, bitch, what that work like?
    'Bout your money, you've been trappin' with it all night
    Bitches wanna take it there, you gon' take it there all night

    I make that money reappear
    Hoppin' off the lear, ain't no passengers in here
    I got D'usse poppin', no beer
    Why you in my ear? I can't hear the money clear
    I'm back in the city and it's clear
    My name in the sky with the lights on the field
    I'm a gold chain buyin' pioneer
    Got that ricky in the trunk and I pop it if a nigga near
    Papa's got a brand new bag, baby, Goyard
    Cash, baby, Maybach rag baby, yeah baby
    LK frames on the dash, smashin' the fast lane
    With a baddy, mane, ass, got a fatty, mane
    Tattoos, Vera Wang, G5, hydroplane
    Last Kings, everything (everything?) everything
    Cartier love rings, but this ain't no love thing
    Married to them green things, Franklins and money trees

    Aye, nigga, what that work like?
    Aye, bitch, what that work like?
    You know me, I've been trappin' with it all night
    Niggas wanna take it there, we can take it there all night
    Aye, nigga, what that work like?
    Aye, bitch, what that work like?
    'Bout your money, you've been trappin' with it all night
    Bitches wanna take it there, you gon' take it there all night

    Take it there all night, nigga
    We can take it there all night, nigga
    Gettin' money all night, nigga
    And your bitch with me all night, nigga
    We can take it there all night, nigga
    Take it there all night, nigga
    I'll be on the first flight, nigga
    You ain't on this jet flight, nigga Writer/s: Jess Reed Jackson, Jonathan King, Michael Stevenson
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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