Yeah
A little something for all the o g s out there
That put the foundation together
Was doin' this thang
Before I knew what to do with this thang right here
Ya know
But just to let them know what time it is
And how we get down
Me kokane and battlecat
Gone let y'all know how we do this thang here
Check this out y'all

We stay on point like Stacey Adams
24 hours a day 7 days a week can ya dig it
That's real talk baby
You know what
We stay on point like Stacey Adams
That's real talk right there baby
Stacey Adams

I'm in a 3 piece suit
Looking too cute
Mashin' flashin'
Lookin' for a prostitute
Boo boo you got that loot
I'm watchin' you you watchin' me
It's all to the gravy 'cause it's v I p
And everything in here movin' belong to me
That component set was given to me
By a pimp buddy of mine disco d
He told me frisco e
This here gone be
The baddest pimp nigga that you ever gone see
Colder than fillmore slim
Tilt that brim
Snoop dogg gone sell that trick
Keep it crackin' like pistachios
Get that money
And continue to mash these hoes
And when the player's ball roll around again
I'm guaranteed to win
You know why
Cause we

[Chorus]
We stay on point like stacey adams
24 hours a day 7 days a week
Yea yea

You know why
We stay on point like stacey adams
You know that's all we know how to do
Stacey adams
Gee'd up to the feet up

Not only that but
Make it spectacular
Put on my black cape
And look like blackula
Smack ya up with the shit that I drop
911 call the cops
There's a bitch snitch
Ain't that a bitch
I can't trust nobody in this son of a bitch
I get rich on the fakers who hate
Bakin' my cake
And catch the Lakers at 8
On channel 9
Pop a bottle of wine
Then at 10 hit the club
With my nephew dub
11 30 talkin' dirty to this little birdy
I'm trying to get mine early
I can't be seen with your girly
Continue to mash these hoes
I keep it crackin' like pistachios
I get the money first
With no rehearsal
Snoop d o double g
Still controversial

[Chorus: x3]


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Stacey Adams Lyrics as written by Kevin Gilliam Calvin Broadus

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