Yeah
PCHT in this bitch and what not
Yeah we still at it
And we still at it
Yeah we still at it
Yeah
Yeah
Yeah we still at it
All of that drama
Not into it
Go with my sense
I'm intuitive
But I'm still under the influence
While I'm just over the bullshit
And if it's small then I don't trip
All of these suckas
On hoe shit
No interruptions
I need focus
I was broke
But not broken
And works how I spend my days
And love I might be late
And if it's not too much to ask
Make sure my spot is saved
No more hoping & wishing
I just need to be consistent
Get these drugs out my system
And find what I'm missing
And
All the things I do
I just keep lying to myself
I free my mind
Work on health
I don't think twice about the doubt
Yeah
All the things I do
I just keep lying to myself
I free my mind
Work on health
I don't think twice about the doubt
Yeah
All the things I do
I just keep lying to myself
I free my mind
Work on health
I don't think twice about the doubt
I just keep lying to myself
Hoping its gone help
I done been thru hell
I done things I cant tell
Put my dreams in a wishing well
They ain't with me don't wish em well
Don't dwell upon the past
Take control
Foot upon the gas
But it seems like
It's the things that I do
They just keep fuccin' with my head
Thinking bout the end
Like
When the pain gone stop
I feel I'm working a lot
I just want fly away
I just want things to be okay
I just want bring my brother back
But all I'm feeling is this pain
So it's the things that I do
That got me thinking bout you
I'm plotting on my next move
I know that's what you would do
I play to win not to lose
I play to win not to lose
I put one foot before the other
I don't got friends I got brothers
I put that on my mother
I don't got friends I got brothers
I put that on mother
I swear to god that I love them
I'm sorry for anybody I've put myself
Before them
I'm just tryna find a home
I'm just tryna find home
(Yeah)
(Okayyy)
And
All the things I do
I just keep lying to myself
I free my mind
Work on health
I don't think twice about the doubt
Yeah
All the things I do
I just keep lying to myself
I free my mind
Work on health
I don't think twice about the doubt
Yeah
All the things I do
I just keep lying to myself
I free my mind
Work on health
I don't think twice about the doubt


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The Things I'd Do Lyrics as written by Jeryme Holguin Cesar Moreno

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    Damn, there needs to be more MTX discussion here. No one can mix humor, truth, and cleverness better than Dr. Frank. The whole bop-innocence teetering on the edge of perversity deal in this song is genius. Real pop punk.

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