Aww shit (here we go, here we go)
Check it out (check it out, check it out)
Yo, 1992 begins a new age for the blunt rollers, you know what I'm sayin'?
The saga of the Phillie blunt continues
The flavas of the P-Fuck y'all, get wit' it
Check it out

Check out a new type of gimmick which is splendid
Since you're down with other shit let's see if you're down with this
It's about, strictly trying to roll a blunt
When you get the hang of it, you'll catch more blunts than Archie Bunk
First of all you get a fat bag of ism
From uptown, any local store sells the shit friend
Purchase a Phillie, not the city of Philly
Silly punk, I'm talking 'bout the cigar the Philly blunt
Lick the blunt and then the Phillie blunt middle you split
Don't have a razor blade, use ya fuckin' fingertips
Crack the bag and then you pour the whole bag in
Spread the ism around until the ism reach each end
Take your finger and your thumb from tip to tip
Roll it in a motion then the top piece you lick
Seal it, dry it wit ya lighter if ya gotta
The results, mmm, proper

That's how you roll a blunt
That's how you roll a blunt (yeah, yeah, ow)
That's how you roll a blunt
That's how you roll a blunt
That's how you roll a blunt
That's how you roll a blunt
Let's all roll a blunt
And get fucked up (what you sayin'? what you sayin'?)

That's how you roll a blunt (peace to Pete Rock)
That's how you roll a blunt (ow)
That's how you roll a blunt (peace to Pete Rock)
That's how you roll a blunt (get 'em)
That's how you roll a blunt (haha)
That's how you roll a blunt (yes)
Let's all roll a blunt
And get fucked up (check it out)

The second paragraph might makes you laugh
When a brotha' rolls a blunt and his breath smells like pure ass
That's when you know you gotta take the blunt from him
'Cause his breath has the dragon in the dungeon (haha)
I would if this shit would stop drippin' wit saliva
And if you gonna lick it, don't drown it with ya spit, shit
I dunno what dick or last puss you licked quick
And how 'bout the non-blunt rollin' females
That always fucks it up 'cause they don't want to break their Lee nails
(Hehe, hehe, sorry Red for spilling it)
(Bitch)
You better pickup every seed of it
Because I paid 10 bills for the get ill
And for spilling it you better get lost or get grilled
Bo know everything from sports to other stuff
But I bet you Bo don't know to roll a blunt

That's how you roll a blunt (yo)
That's how you roll a blunt
That's how you roll a blunt
That's how you roll a blunt (what you sayin'? what you sayin'?)
That's how you roll a blunt
That's how you roll a blunt
Let's all roll a blunt
And get fucked up (ow)

That's how you roll a blunt
That's how you roll a blunt
That's how you roll a blunt
That's how you roll a blunt
That's how you roll a blunt
That's how you roll a blunt (ayy nigga pass the god damn blunt)
Let's all roll a blunt (shit, what you holdin' it all day for?)
And get fucked up (sit yo' big ass down)

Yo, yo, check this out
I want all the real niggas out there and the females too
If you got a fat blunt in ya mouth and you feeling high as hell
I want y'all to repeat after me, check it out
I'm fucked up (I'm fucked up)
I'm fucked up (I'm fucked up)
I'm high as hell (I'm high as hell)
I'm high as hell (I'm high as hell) yeah

Last but not least, Redman would like to say peace
To all the blunt rollers from the Tri-State to the Middle East (what you doin' Redman?)
And gimme a blunt when I kick the bucket
Devil or no devil when high, I'm the wrong to be fucked with
So everybody put they blunt up in the air
Take a puff, blow the smoke out like ya just don't care
So (pump up the volume)
so it's heard through the next block
I'm out, peace to Red Foxx, I'm off to the cess spot

(yea, DJ Twinz in the house)
Yea, Redman's in the house
Yo, peace to Pack Pistol Posse, the 4,5,6
Yo, I'm out, yo Reg
Turn this shit off man (yo turn that shit off)


Lyrics submitted by ButNeverOutgunned

How to Roll a Blunt Lyrics as written by Kenneth Burke, Allan Wayne Felder, Reggie Noble, Norma Jean Wright

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    i wonder what this song could be about. lol ;-)

    Shorty209on June 15, 2009   Link

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