Uh, check it out now
Uh, no doubt now
Uh, yo, check it out now
Uh, no doubt, yo

Special girl, real good girl
Biggest thing in my itty bitty world
Called her up and she made me feel right
Wish the bliss could never take flight

Sittin' back with this mic in my hand
Spittin' hot shit tryin' to see grand
Imprinted on my mind every minute
Make my plans and you always in it, yo

You're such a vivrant thing,
Vivrant thing, a vivrant thing

And even though we both fly
Give each other space and not the evil eye
Actin' like grownups
Don't even try to hide cause the spot blown up

Girlfriend tellin' you she want to see
I say 'I dunno' but you say 'Gladly'
And when we both do hemp
We go on and on and on and on and on and

Sweeter than Ben & Jerry
Can I rhyme? Well you know I gets mine
Sittin' round in my abstract part
This abstract thing goin abstract far, yo

You're such a vivrant thing,
Vivrant thing, a vivrant thing

You're such a vivrant thing,
Vivrant thing, a vivrant thing

You're such a vivrant thing,
Vivrant thing, a vivrant thing

You're such a vivrant thing,
Vivrant thing, a vivrant thing

Gettin' back to my MC status
All the willy that I kick make the other niggaz maddest
Movin', to your town and situation
Shorty thought she subtle but she really was blatant when she

Shook her thing and violated
Now these wolf-like thoughts are formulated
I'm sayin, "Yo is this some heartfelt shit here?
Am I strong-backed nigga? Well shit yeah"

Plus we can hold a convo'
Or go to the movies, my crib, whatever yo
Just want to see you by my side
We on 95, know the stash is in the ride

A rappin' nigga for real
You would find me in a cypher if I didn't cop a deal
Rap slate like big grate
You buy, I sell, we split big cake

Uh uh, just move your little thing
Move it around and shake your little thing
Uh uhh yo

You're such a vivrant thing,
Vivrant thing, a vivrant thing

You're such a vivrant thing,
Vivrant thing, a vivrant thing

You're such a vivrant thing,
Vivrant thing, a vivrant thing


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Vivrant Thing Lyrics as written by Kamaal Ibn Jonathan Davis Fareed Barry White

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