Slight Work
by Wale

Album: Ambition (2011)
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  • Got work (slight work)
    D-Town to the DMV
    Diplo wassup
    Finally got your girl going crazy
    Drunk white bitches (work it, wo-wo-work it, oh)

    I can do it all and it ain't no problem
    Ain't nobody harder than a nigga Folarin
    Bitch I go hard, I’m ballin’ I’m globe trotting
    And my flow art my nigga, I’m Mozart with it
    It’s all good, I do this
    I turn a straight prude bitch into a nudist
    Foolish I be on that new shit
    And I’m blowing up like bitches we went to school with
    Ain't nobody checking for your garbage
    Lot of intuition I ain't even finish college
    Never hit the mall and forever get it all
    Any broad better layer like I’m dressing for the fall, nigga
    And I’m all that, hit the passenger door
    Shawty was Pinkberry sweet and I ain't lactose
    I ain't tryna brag tho, I’m just know I’m that dope
    Kick game Bo Jacks, my Bo Jacks Tai bo
    Haha, and it ain't no problem, you race to these broads
    I relay ‘em, baton ‘em
    Bitches in here, one thou
    But when you step out why the bitches run out
    Double MG shit I put the set down
    Rick James back, bad bitches on the couch
    Ahh, wordplay, Olubowale my first name
    I think I’m Koko B. wearin, you just a bird babe
    I got a pair of J’s, I roll a pair of J’s
    We up in Diamond supply, spending that carrot cake
    Let it marinate, you forever late
    A million home sellers couldn’t find a realer state

    [Chorus]
    (Work it, work it) slight work, its light work
    (Work it, work it) The wrong drink, the right work
    Slight work, light work (Work it, work it)
    The wrong drink, the right work
    work, work, work, work
    work, work, work, work
    work, work, work, work
    Work, work, work, work

    Bitch you ain't a boss 'til you cut a pay check
    Only thing between me and your bitch is latex
    Man, and I ain't into saving these hoes
    My nigga tell me where you see a cape at
    B-I, B-I bitch B-I-G
    The two things I don’t need are you and my ID
    I’mma need a yellow cab and a yellow bad bitch
    Green faces but a nigga dodging yellow badges, wooop (sirens)
    Cause I’m drunk, yeah ok
    Under twenty five living the fucking life
    White America said I’ll be doing twenty five to life
    And just for that, I’ma blow twenty five tonight
    You make twenty five a year, I make twenty five a night, woah
    Blucka, blucka, blucka
    Bitch get hit with my Ciroc Vodka choppa
    (Go) takin’ body shots, blocka, blocka, blocka
    Probably in your girls dreams, probably in your daughter locker
    Top floor like I’m out tanning
    And they stole your whole delivery, now that's outlandish
    I guess like good delivery, man, I’m outstanding
    Car tinted, I’m in it, til like I’m out camping, goddammit
    I’m one hell of a guy, looking down on a cloud, that's one hell of a high
    Bitch, I gets ghost, the way she screaming Big
    Niggas couldn’t tell if I was dead or alive

    [Chorus]

    You already know, Finally Famous in this
    D-Town to the DMV,
    Probably got your girl going crazy, crazy, boiii, boi, boi

    From the D-Town to the DMV, I got all these bad bitches tryna get with me
    From the D-Town to the DMV, I got all these bad bitches tryna get on me
    We need to see ID Writer/s: DAVID JAMES ANDREW TAYLOR, DEREK JAMES ALLEN, OLUBOWALE VICTOR AKINTEMEHIN, SEAN MICHAEL ANDERSON, THOMAS WESLEY PENTZ
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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