This is for

[Chorus]
The whole wide world,
The whole wide world, the whole wide world, the whole wide world
And your neighborhood, and your neighborhood, and your neighborhood,
And your neighbor hood

Thank God for the love
'Cause a nigga was up in the club lookin' down on nigga rat scum
Don't wait a single black daddy
With six litttle babies and one hell of a job
Mob in and out cities why is these niggas mad at me?
They say I'm pretty and he don't want his daughter to see
I'm Lil Bizzy thank god for my destiny
I love ya momma ain't no drama in a breath of me

[Chorus]

I barely made it I was runnin' around faded gunnin' the town up
Comin' around the corner Jesus I found ya
Dead bodies, my sister stilll want to party
Nobody can stop me, nobody can stop me
You want everything you want stop searchin' for your soulmate
'Cause you got cha one lets take it easy help him with the homework
Discipline y'all don't need the yellin

[Chorus]

I met hear at a party ready to fuck
And I ain't give a fuck casue she in another nigga truck
You can have that bitch back as soon as I finish I'm fourteen
So I nigga kinda get it
She's a motherfuckin' slut the real whatta you know?
I fell in love the real was I fell in lust
Young and dumb and full of cum
Bitch can I fill it up? damn got a baby in nine months
We was on the getup I was at home cleanin' they shit up
Been up since three o'clock in the mornin' (the fuck you want!?)
You got a nigga with your fake ass
Now you want to call me for a bus pass?
Fuck that keep walkin' walkin'
Always talkin' make shit nothin' and that shit gone kill ya
Betta take caution bitch I'm still that killa, killa, killa, killa

[Chorus]


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