World Tour
by Wale

Album: Attention Deficit (2009)
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  • We on a world tour
    Wale your man hustlin' in each and every ghetto with the mic in my hand
    New York, VA, DC, get paid
    We on a world tour Wale your man
    Hustlin' in each and every gutta with the mic in my hand
    London, Tokyo, we goin' take you all around the globe.

    (Lets go, lets go)
    (Lets go, lets go)
    (oh)

    Momma ain't raise no fool, true
    But me and my brother never made it out school
    She prayed only passing out bar
    It's way different ma you see em' passing out bars (lets go)
    The definition of a jet setter I'm hip hop still living like a good fella'
    Castle and crooks sweater and the queen never trip
    She drive away faster than you rook' nigga.
    Have you seen adiza with beaches that look like Eva
    With D cups or a beach like an H-B-O feature at night
    A quarter-pound of sand in my un-released Nike's
    Amsterdam high, smoke it all by tonight
    Nigga you ain't know about the life
    When shit gets heavier than Norbert's wife
    We still gotta spit some enormous rhymes
    Niggas more than like, and more than likely
    When you return home you ignored by the gorgeous wife
    Cause she feels slighted and you don't want to fight with her
    Cause you tired,
    But now it's back to the lab
    45 messages right after you land
    Feet feel swollen you call for the zanex
    And risking your life with the mic in your hand
    Ya ya

    We on a world tour Wale your man hustlin' in each
    And every ghetto with the mic in my hand
    New York (New York), VA (VA), DC (DC), get paid (hey)
    We on a world tour Wale your man hustlin' in each
    And every ghetto with the mic in my hand London (cheers), Tokyo (yeah),
    We gon' take you all around the globe, sing to em' shorty.

    See J did Scotland and everybody jocked him I did Scotland
    And got no props for it
    Naw that just fucked up my jay's
    Which fucked up my day
    Rock walley's on stage
    Freeze on willy off, no hotel I'm back on the plane
    While they was like go wale
    I'm so way ahead of them
    I'm unpaved I did justice to Justice one fre'
    One thing that you niggas must acknowledge,
    I beat beef like the pants on Scottish kilt
    Is how it's dealt
    I've been overruled more then than Neo Phelps.
    It's harder when you by yourself my nigga Bun B good help,
    My nigga Ron Fest never think about self cause we think about wealth
    Like finch do melf on American Pie
    It's hard to have American pride
    When most of your money's made out of them lines
    The other half is out of them lies
    Want to make a nigga like oh fuck
    Rewind so much that's it's on her,
    Rewind so much that it's over paid em'
    And they hate em'
    But they wrong for it D.C. no hooges I'm on first

    We on a world tour Wale your man hustlin' in each
    And every ghetto with the mic in my hand
    New York (New York), VA (VA), DC (DC), get paid (hey)
    We on a world tour Wale your man hustlin' in each
    And every ghetto with the mic in my hand London (London), Tokyo (Tokyo),
    We gon' take you all around the globe, sing to em' shorty.

    Throw it up, we give it, we give it hard
    No half stepping baby this is who we are
    Every word, every word coming from my heart
    N-n-notes pumpin through my heart
    Get wit' it, get wit' it
    Let me see your hands if you feel this
    We on a world tour ?

    I need a hand in the air right now, yeah
    We on a world tour Wale your man hustlin' in each
    And every ghetto with the mic in my hand
    New York (New York), VA (VA), DC (DC), get paid (hey)
    We on a world tour Wale your man hustlin' in each
    And every ghetto with the mic in my hand London, Tokyo,
    We gon' take you all around the globe, sing to em' shorty. Writer/s: ALI SHAHEED JONES-MUHAMMAD, ANDRE LYON, EDDY MONTILLA, JAZMINE SULLIVAN, KAMAAL IBN JONATHAN DAVIS FAREED, MALIK IZAAK TAYLOR, MARCELLO VALENZANO, OLUBOWALE VICTOR AKINTIMEHIN, WELDON, JR. IRVINE
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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