Work Hard Play Hard

Album: O.N.I.F.C. (2012)
Charted: 17
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  • Work hard, play hard, work hard, play hard
    Work hard, play hard, work hard, play hard
    Work, work, work, work, work, work, work, work

    Diamonds all on my ring nigga
    Gold watches, gold chain nigga
    Hundred thou' on champagne nigga
    Yeah my money insane nigga
    Yeah I'm making it rain nigga
    But I was just on the plane nigga
    Buying gear, flying here
    Fuck what you heard, it’s my time of year
    If I'm in the club, I get a hundred stacks
    I'm always rolling up so I get love for that
    Them niggas stole my swag but I don't want it back
    My nigga uh! I was on this, but now I'm onto that
    You see it in my closet before it's on the rack
    Was out there in Hawaii, now I'm goin' back
    My nigga uh! I got so much money I should start a bank
    So much paper right in front of me it's hard to think
    Buy so many bottles it's gon' be hard to drink
    But I'm still pourin' up and my family here and they rolling up so uh!

    The bigger the bill, the harder you ball
    Well I'm throwing mine, cause my money long
    The quicker you here, the faster you go
    That's why where I come from the only thing we know is

    The bigger the bill, the harder you ball
    Well I'm throwing mine, cause my money long
    The quicker you here, the faster you go
    That's why where I come from the only thing we know is

    Work hard, play hard, work hard, play hard
    Work hard, play hard, work hard, play hard
    Work, work, work, work, work, work, work, work

    Hop your pretty ass up in this fucking car
    Bitch I'm out this world, girl you know I'm a star
    Used to buying rounds but now we buy the bar
    Last year they had to ask now they know who we are
    Boss shit, walk in the building, I own shit
    You can tell by who I'm on the phone with
    Yeah nigga talking about grown shit
    Niggas too busy jacking my swag
    Need to fuck around, get your own shit
    Get your own cars, get your own clothes
    Get your own smoke, get your own bitch
    You ain't reppin' my gang, get your own clique

    The bigger the bill, the harder you ball
    Well I'm throwing mine, cause my money long
    The quicker you here, the faster you go
    That's why where I come from the only thing we know is

    The bigger the bill, the harder you ball
    Well I'm throwing mine, cause my money long
    The quicker you here, the faster you go
    That's why where I come from the only thing we know is

    Go hard
    Make sure you do whatever is that you gotta do, that's your job
    And niggas gon' hate but that's no prob'
    So hey fuck 'em don't need nothing from 'em
    Some niggas talking but the shit they claiming don't mean nothing
    It's straight from Cali, that's what's in my joint that's what I'm puffin', OG
    And been one since I was young enough to know that everybody was gonna know me
    Most niggas don't see

    The bigger the bill, the harder you ball
    Well I'm throwing mine, cause my money long
    The quicker you here, the faster you go
    That's why where I come from the only thing we know is

    The bigger the bill, the harder you ball
    Well I'm throwing mine, cause my money long
    The quicker you here, the faster you go
    That's why where I come from the only thing we know is

    Work hard, play hard, work hard, play hard
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