Roll Up

Album: Rolling Papers (2011)
Charted: 42 13
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  • I roll up
    I roll up
    I roll up
    Shawty I roll up
    I roll up,
    I roll up

    Its your anniversary isn't it
    And your man ain't acting right
    So you packin' your Damier luggage up
    Callin' my cell phone, tryin' catch a flight
    You know one thing straight,
    I'll be there girl whenever you call me
    When you at home that's your man,
    Soon as you land you say that's all me
    'Cause shit ain't all G with him no more, you ain't entertained
    Since I meet you a couple months ago you ain't been the same
    Not sayin' I'm the richest man alive but I'm in the game
    As long as you keep it one hundred Imma spend this change

    Whenever you need me
    Whenever want me,
    You know you can call me, I'll be there shortly
    Don't care what your friends say, 'cause they don't know me
    I can be your best friend, and you be my homie
    I ain't gon' flex, I'm not gon' front
    You know if I ball, then we all gon' stunt
    Send her my way, she ain't gotta hold up
    Whenever you call baby I roll up, I roll up, I roll up
    Whenever you call baby I roll up, I roll up, I roll up
    Whenever you call baby I roll up

    I try to stay out your business
    But on the real you're so obvious
    And if you keep fitting me in your plans and fuckin' up,
    Your mans gonna catch onto us
    That white sand surrounding us
    He be handcuffing, he should work for them officers
    If you rolling I got a spot
    Where I can put you on this medical,
    And send you home doctored up
    You wanna ride with me 'cause you say that he boring
    Wake up you rollin' weed, cooking eggs in the morning
    Ain't scared to spend this money I'll make more of it
    First you was in the sky now you say you in orbit

    Whenever you need me
    Whenever want me,
    You know you can call me, I'll be there shortly
    Don't care what your friends say, 'cause they don't know me
    I can be your best friend, and you be my homie
    I ain't gon' flex, I'm not gon' front
    You know if I ball, then we all gon' stunt
    Send her my way, she ain't gotta hold up
    Whenever you call baby I roll up, I roll up, I roll up
    Whenever you call baby I roll up, I roll up, I roll up
    Whenever you call baby I roll up

    No matter where I am
    No matter where you are
    I'll be there when its over baby
    'Cause I was there from the start
    No matter if I'm near
    Don't matter if your far
    All you do is pick the phone up lady
    And I'll be there when you call

    Whenever you need me
    Whenever want me,
    You know you can call me, I'll be there shortly
    Don't care what your friends say, 'cause they don't know me
    I can be your best friend, and you be my homie
    I ain't gon' flex, I'm not gon' front
    You know if I ball, then we all gon' stunt
    Send her my way, she ain't gotta hold up
    Whenever you call baby I roll up

    Whenever you need me
    Whenever want me,
    You know you can call me, I'll be there shortly
    Don't care what your friends say, 'cause they don't know me
    I can be your best friend, and you be my homie
    I ain't gon' flex, I'm not gon' front
    You know if I ball, then we all gon' stunt
    Send her my way, she ain't gotta hold up
    Whenever you call baby I roll up, I roll up, I roll up
    Whenever you call baby I roll up, I roll up, I roll up
    Whenever you call baby I roll up

    I roll up, I roll up
    Whenever you call baby I roll up Writer/s: CAMERON THOMAZ, MIKKEL ERIKSEN, TOR HERMANSEN
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Songtrust Ave, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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