We Alright

Album: Young Money: Rise of an Empire (2014)
  • I couldn't have done it better
    I couldn't have done this shit any other way
    I made it now when they tried to convince me to make it another day
    Glad I can see another day
    I do this shit for my squad, my home team
    My family, fuck what another say

    I'm here now, it's all clear now
    Somebody pour up
    I'm eating good y'all can't see my competition til I throw up
    I'm tore up but I keep shit 100
    That's from the toes up
    Last night it felt like I ran through four clubs
    Stood on the couch and everyone of em' screaming out
    "Hoes down and bros up"
    It's different when we show up, kicking doors up
    I'm a young Stunna, young Wayne, I'm Young Money
    I'm growned up like I'm new here but I'm nuclear
    That's a bomb threat mothafucker, watch how blow up

    I'm good, I'm reminded I'm good
    From time to time I'm fine
    I be spending time with the Greatest Of All Time all the time
    And ever since I'm living life every night like it's '99
    I'm way ahead of my time I think I was only 8 at that time
    I rep them five letters forever
    Will someone just tell the bartender to mix my drink
    While I mix my thoughts of business in pleasure, I'm clever
    Long money all around me
    I just hope I live long enough, long enough to measure
    We should take pictures sippin' Cristal in COOGI sweaters
    And I'm still getting better nigga, what's better?
    They said I never do it now I'm looking around like, nigga what's never?
    And now they run from us when they see us, boy that money's pressure
    Plots on the wall of every building that I walk into
    Phone taps 'cause they curious, careful what you talk into
    Living the star life you'll never know you'll run into
    Like baby I can change your life
    Just leave everything that you been through and rise

    Long as my niggas right then we alright
    Long as the women right then we alright
    Long as the drinks on ice then we alright
    Long as these private flights then we alright
    Long as we living right then we alright
    Long as it's high life then we alright
    'Cause I love it more than anything (anything)
    Boy it's money over everything, we've been alright

    Yea, it's money over everything
    We motivated, flying over everything
    We make something out of nuttin, what up 5?
    Bag full of every president that ever died
    Yea, spraying everything that's in the way
    We eating over here extended clips, 50 plates
    It's a lifestyle, stunna life, everyday
    A million ones we can throw this shit a million ways
    Youngin, if you alright then we alright
    Night life GTV popping every night
    Fly rich in a different city bright lights
    With my niggas, rich gang and living high life
    Yea, guns in the basement, millions in the wall, GTV cases
    If it's fuck em' then it's fuck em' all
    Audemars and cigars and them new toys

    Long as my niggas right then we alright
    Long as the women right then we alright
    Long as the drinks on ice then we alright
    Long as these private flights then we alright
    Long as we living right then we alright
    Long as it's high life then we alright
    'Cause I love it more than anything
    Boy it's money over everything, we been alright

    Do this shit for riz-zeal
    Young Money, Rich Gang, ya heard me, with big ears
    You just a crocodile, I drink a full cup of his tears
    Can't recognize you nigga, like Santa cut off his beard
    And Tunechi, he gon' be alright as long as he got his pills
    I'm higher than my bitch bill, stop cryin bout' em', bitch chill
    And I'm working on that Carter 5, I got this bitch in fifth gear
    I can't stand these niggas, I'ma lie down or sit still
    Get tied down with that fucking steel, at your eyebrow or your fucking grill
    Catch you while you layed up, straight up, bunny ears
    I shoot your fucking fade up, badges don't touch me
    If that pussy smell like cat fish salmon trout or guppies
    I ain't trippin on no ho, treat that ho like a servant
    I know that ho better know, how to deep throat like a serpent
    But lose lips shink ships, but I just let these hoes Worship
    She think I'm a window of opportunity, close curtains, Tunechi

    If my niggas right then we alright
    If the women right then we alright (we alright)
    Them drinks on ice then we alright (we alright)
    If it's private flights then we alright (alright alright)
    Long as we living right then we alright (alright alright)
    Long as it's high life then we alright (alright alright)
    'Cause I love it more than anything
    Boy it's money over everything, we been alright

    Yeah long as my niggas right then we alright (we alright)
    Long as the women right then we alright (you alright)
    Long as the drinks on ice then we alright (we alright)
    Long as these private flights then we alright (alright alright)
    Long as we living right then we alright (alright alright)
    Long as it's high life then we alright (fuckin' right)
    'Cause I love it more than anything
    Boy it's money over everything, we been alright Writer/s: DWAYNE CARTER, SAM ANDREW GUMBLEY, BRYAN WILLIAMS, EUFRADIS RODRIGUEZ, RONALD WILLIAMS
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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