I don't know. She ain't even looking that good. (kinda fat)
Even so, i think i'd probably fuck her if i could. (kinda fat like that)
It's just sumpthin bout the way her titties swing around. (boing)
Wiping poo-poo of they babie's butt, i think i want to take her down

want to fuck my homie's baby's momma
I'm attracted to the helly drama [2x]

Man this is some muthafuckin bull shit,
You talkin bout you want to fuck my girl,
man we raising a baby together,
that's some bull muthafuckin shit.

I got coupons bitch, dollar fifty off at chucky cheese
Got ya similax formula, just baby fuck me please
goo goo ga ga, i make ya baby laugh
(Don't you like the way my ugly face looks)
But when baby go night night,
you gonna hafta to come up with some ass

want to fuck my homie's baby's momma
I'm attracted to the helly drama [2x]

I'm tryin to look out for you and your baby,
that's why i'm telling you about him cheating on you.
I ain't even like that, come here lemme hold you

Watchin Jerry Springer all fuckin day,
your baby rolling you a joint
(lookie momma, i packed it with the good shit)
I told you if you let me hit it,
i take you both to see the point.
(but the neden wasn't all that, so forget it)
Rubber binkies (binkies) food, all over the floor
am i gonna help you clean it?,
I'm out the fuckin door
(gotta go, and i won't be back no more)

want to fuck my homie's baby's momma
I'm attracted to the helly drama [2x]
(I already fucked your baby's momma)

How the fuck you gonna fuck on me bitch
i don't even belive this shit
you gonna fuck him in my bed,
what the fuck (he said he loved me)

want to fuck my homie's baby's momma
I'm attracted to the helly drama [4x]
(I already fucked your baby's mamma
I would fuck your baby's momma's momma)


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    There is a error, The part where it says: (lookie Momma, i packed it with the good shit) I told you if you let me hit it, I take you both to see the point.

    The last sentence should read: I take you both to Cedar Point.

    Its a amusement park right by the border of Michigan in Ohio. cedarpoint.com

    TrivialNighton June 08, 2002   Link
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    Fuck yes!

    Kagome69on April 23, 2007   Link

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