The London

Album: So Much Fun (2019)
Charted: 18 12
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  • Yeah
    Oh, oh
    Whoa
    Whoa
    Oh
    You good, T-Minus?
    Oh

    Me-meet me at The London
    If you find time, we can run one
    Talk about some things, we can't undo
    You just send the pin, I can find you
    6'1", on the money, 9'2"
    You just say the word and I'll run through
    Two texts, no reply, that's when I knew
    I knew, I knew, yeah, I knew

    Yeah
    Circumnavigate the globe, as the cash grows (grow)
    Get a nigga whacked, like you get the grass mowed (mowed)
    I'm talkin' slick, runnin' with the Big Slime, nigga (slime)
    Could hit your bitch, you could never hit mine, nigga (mine)
    In my DM, they electric slide, nigga (huh, slide)
    No catfishing, this is not a fish fry, nigga
    Never switch sides on my dog
    Catch a contact, hitch a ride, go to Mars
    Everybody sing
    How could you come up out your face and say I ain't the hottest nigga you done ever heard?
    I left a flock of rappers dead and buried
    A verse from me is like eleven birds
    I did the math, it's like two-thousand dollars every word
    I'm on the verge, I'll beat the charge
    I killed some niggas and I walked away from it
    Then I observe, just how you curve
    And told them niggas that they gotta wait for it
    "I know-I know you in high demand"
    I'm balling on a pussy nigga like Juwanna Mann
    I'm drowning all inside the pussy like I never swam
    Ayy, fuck your IG, I put somethin' on your sonogram
    I'm the man, ayy, ayy

    Me-meet me at The London
    If you find time, we can run one
    Talk about some things, we can't undo
    You just send the pin, I can find you
    6'1", on the money, 9'2"
    You just say the word and I'll run through
    Two texts, no reply, that's when I knew
    I knew, I knew, yeah, I knew

    Pimp talk, church talk
    I can make a brick walk (woo)
    Up north, down south
    Bankhead to Rachel Walk (aye)
    Hit it with a little water
    Stretch it like a vocal chord
    Std, I run my ward
    Fuck a fed and his daughter (let's go)
    I'ma run the compound (yeah)
    I supply the cigarettes and bread (woo)
    I got a main and she gon' ride (uhh)
    She took a quarter and she fled (uhh)
    I'm in the Lamb' so she gon' ride (yeah)
    I see the pain in shawty's light brown eyes (ooh)
    I'm at The London with some big thighs
    No fries, she eat steaks with the fish sides
    Didn't your mama tell you when something on fire, stop, drop and roll? Aw yeah
    I've been on the road like a pair of Sprinters at Stop and Go's, yeah
    I could charge 'em like a Dodge Hemi Demon
    Got your broad in the garage eatin' semen
    Every time a nigga go back to the ward
    Niggas act like they wan' start
    And we leave 'em on the cement (graw, graw!)

    Me-meet me at The London
    If you find time, we can run one
    Talk about some things, we can't undo
    You just send the pin, I can find you
    6'1", on the money, 9'2"
    You just say the word and I'll run through
    Two texts, no reply, that's when I knew
    I knew, I knew, yeah, I knew

    Aight, crushed down when you're mine (yeah)
    Forty four times when you won't play (yeah)
    Forty four side (yeah)
    89 flight, I might, take time right (fly)
    See you one time, where it goes (whoa whoa won't play)
    Four knows say, I Writer/s: Jacques Webster, Jeffrey Williams, Jermaine Cole, Kenneth B. Edmonds, Tyler Matthew Carl Williams
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., O/B/O CAPASSO, RESERVOIR MEDIA MANAGEMENT INC, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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