Unorthodox

Album: Black and White (2011)
Charted: 2
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  • Wretchroboy
    You know we make examples
    We're history's booth
    This is a future cut

    Yeah
    I gotta good heart
    I born on beat that's a good start
    I had a feeling I'll push pass
    So now I feel like I'm the reason I should last
    I move like my ish don't stink
    Gotta 'em all in a trance no hypnosis
    This is all from the heart impro no script (yeah)
    I'm just about writing it down
    So now I don't sleep man I miss those nights
    Take planes like trains I don't miss no flights
    I'm the type of guy that would have no life
    Just so I could shine like disco lights
    And I sound sad but I'm happy
    And the only plans to stay scatty
    Chyeah, unorthodox I make the bar so I call the shots

    We don't follow no crowd
    They follow us
    Don't follow no sound
    It follows us
    Don't sit in hell
    Look down that wishing well
    Unorthodox we call our own shots

    Yeah
    I gotta good vibe
    I ain't trying to be bait with my hook lines
    I had a feeling could fly
    Before I hopped on a plane or I knew sky
    Yeah, I'm a good guy and if you heard otherwise its a true lie
    I'm hype I don't do shy
    I bark up every tree and I do bite
    Yeah, I'm only playing
    We all got freedom of speech
    I'm only saying
    I ain't got time for beef I'm on the way in
    So the 8th day of the week's my only lay in
    And I sound sad but I'm happy
    And the only plans to stay scatty
    Yeah, unorthodox I make the bar so I call the shots

    We don't follow no crowd
    They follow us
    Don't follow no sound
    It follows us
    Don't sit in hell
    Look down that wishing well
    Unorthodox we call our own shots

    No one can hold us down again
    No one will touch our crown again
    No one can hold us down again (no way)
    No one will touch our crown again

    We don't follow no crowd (no way)
    They follow us
    Don't follow no sound
    It follows us
    Don't sit in hell
    Look down that wishing well
    Unorthodox we call our own shots

    We don't follow no crowd
    They follow us
    Don't follow no sound
    It follows us
    Don't sit in hell
    Look down that wishing well
    Unorthodox we call our own shots

    No one can hold us down again
    No one will touch our crown again
    No one can hold us down again (no way)
    Unorthodox we call our own shots Writer/s: DARREN EMILIO LEWIS, ELLIOT GLEAVE, IAN GEORGE BROWN, IYIOLA BABATUNDE BABALOLA, JERMAINE SINCLAIRE SCOTT, JOHN SQUIRE
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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