"I Miss My Dawgs" as written by Byron O. Thomas, Dwayne Carter and Bryan Williams....
Yea, yea, yea, yea
This is the Carter motherfucker, yea
And in my building I must keep it real

And man I miss the times, we would shine, you would keep on your side
You would teach me how to ride and you would teach me how to pry
Then we get on the line and go over our lines
We were in the same position and that's when you change position, shit
I never change and I miss ya, and its strange but I never forget ya
Throw that at you and them bitches homie
And I know that ain't you wit that dissing on me
That's why I never replied and never will just let em live phony
If ya ever died I swear to God I got yo kids homie
What's mine is their I gotta give homie, and yea
We still a army in this bitch homie
Yea Cash Money still the shit homie, shit homie
What's really real is you feeling me nigga
That Hot Boy shit still in me nigga, word the giggity nigga
And I ain't got time to speak the history
I miss you and I know you missing
Gizzle but

[Chorus: x2]
Man I miss my dogs(yea)
Many nights club popping(yea)
Many nights we were blowing trees(yea)
Many nights we were hustling(yea)
Man I miss my dogs(yea)
Me and you through thick and thin(yea)
Me and you through the very end(yea)
For only you I was in the game(yea)

And I remember when you came to the click
I had already made my name in the click, but you got famous and shit
I got my soldier rag and dangled my shit
I was down to just to hang wit you shit
And I banged to the boogie bang bang wit yo click
And I ain't even from the 3(3rd Ward), my hood was angry at me, shit
But I rose to my feet, played the post wit the heat
At them shows while you performed and posed
I was waiting for a nigga to jump, see I was patient but was ready to duck
Cause you my brother chump
Real Gs never buckle up
But every family ain't filled wit gangstas that's real
And that's real and I would never turn my back or turn ya down
Even if you turned around motherfucker
But history is history
I miss you and I know you missing me
Juve but

[Chorus: x2]

You was my nigga, my nerd, my joy, my herb
My main motherfucking man Turk
My other, my partner, I was teacher, he was father
I skilled, he schooled, we chilled, we moved
We thug, we hung, we ate, we slept
We lived, we died, I stayed, you left
Remember how we played to the left
And we stayed out of trouble 'cause we stayed to our self
Member B and Slim leaving, hand the ki's over
Tell me not to go Uptown and we went straight to tha Nolia
While I watched you reunite wit yo soljas
And yo mom and brothers, while I lied to the stunna
Yea those were the times my brother
Now I recognize real and I honor my brother
Yea nigga sub mage my brother, the Sqad's my brother
The nigga you left behind is my brothers

[Chorus: x2]


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"I Miss My Dawgs" as written by Dwayne Carter Byron O. Thomas

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    General Commentmy nigga misses his niggas.
    danorfie310on November 12, 2007   Link
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    General Commenthaha danorfie310, when i read your comment, made me laugh. funniest "meaning interpretation" ever.

    it's correct though lol.
    ^exeF.on May 08, 2008   Link
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    General CommentTalkin about the hotboys, obliviously. He misses the times they had and as shit changes so does people.
    C-Dolla$$$_yadigg?on August 06, 2008   Link
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    General Commenthahaha danorfie310 says it all! haha i agree i laughed my ass off when i read that
    laundrybasket37on October 27, 2008   Link
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    Song MeaningIt's about how he misses being with Hot Boys, mainly Juvenile. And he wants Juvenile to know, no matter what Juve hears in the media or from other people, they will always be boys.
    The rest of the song talks about the times and experiences they had, but they had to go their separate ways, to make it. First it was Juvenile, now Lil' Wayne.
    SouthsideFlaton January 02, 2014   Link

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