Who Do You Love
by YG

Album: My Krazy Life (2014)
Charted: 54
  • I'm that nigga with the plugs
    I'm the nigga who got homies that be sellin' drugs
    I'm the nigga on the back street
    With the fat heat, niggas better run like athletes
    I'm that nigga, I'm that nigga
    My Bank of America account got six figures
    I'm that nigga on the block
    Police pull up, I'm tryna stash the Glock
    Uh, you that nigga on the low-low
    You're the nigga, you're the one that be talkin' to the po-pos
    Porsche sittin' on Forgi's
    Niggas can't afford these
    The Panamera shittin' on the 9-11
    I call my homies, not 9-11
    I'm the nigga with the juice
    But I'll never do my nigga like Pac did Q

    Bitch, who do you love?
    Bitch, who do you love?
    Bitch, who do you love?
    Bitch, who do you love?
    Bitch, who do you love?

    I got a shorty name Texas Syn
    She got a buddy named Dolce B and now you know the deal
    We turnt up in the studio late night
    That's why the songs that you hear are comin' real tight
    OVO crew, nigga, thought I told you
    If you a player in the game, this should hold you
    And man shout my nigga Game he just rolled through
    Eatin' crab out in Malibu at Nobu
    A lot of fools puttin' salt in the game
    Until these women get the notion that they runnin' the game
    They got money that they jumpin' on the pole to make
    Did the motto, took a flight to the golden state
    I'm the general, just makin' sure my soldiers straight
    Had to leave my nigga, homie got an open case
    But I'm big on the west like I'm big in the south
    So we gon' pay some people off, we gon' figure it out
    And my name too big, and my gang too big
    Young Money shit, me and Lil Wayne too big
    Imma crush that ass even if it ain't too big
    I would pinky swear but my pinky ring too big
    Wassup

    Bitch, who do you love?
    Bitch, who do you love?
    Bitch, who do you love?
    Bitch, who do you love?
    Bitch, who do you love?

    I'm that nigga, I'm that nigga
    Bank of America account got six figures
    I'm that nigga on the block
    Fat heat, run like athletes
    I'm that nigga, I'm that nigga
    Bank of America account got six figures
    I'm that nigga on the block

    Bitch, who do you love?
    Bitch, who do you love?
    Bitch, who do you love?
    Bitch, who do you love?
    Bitch, who do you love?

    Nigga we street and we hood
    Ain't nobody ever gave us shit
    When you see us shinin' it's because we steady grindin'
    We stay paper chasin'
    Separatin' the real from the fake
    The fake from the real
    We livin' to die and dyin' to live!
    Nigga, that's why we got so many women
    I'm tryna go deep, hit them asscheeks
    Bust them guts, make her cum
    Bitch, you know the game!
    Ain't a motherfuckin' thing change!
    Bitch! Who do you love!? Writer/s: DIJON ISAIAH MCFARLANE, WILLIAM BELL, ANTHONY FORTE, AUBREY DRAKE GRAHAM, KEENON DAQUAN RAY JACKSON, BOOKER T JONES
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., SILVER FOX MUSIC GROUP
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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