Man this fuckin' bitch
Took off, fuckin' with some, college graduate
Punk ass, Abercrombie wearin' motherfucker
Left me broken hearted in the Chevy
It's all good though, know why?
I got me bitch

Both of us was in the same class in oh two Antioch Nash-Ville,
And I wanted you so bad
That I forgot to mind my manners
Everybody wanted them panties
Every guy was hopin' to land it
We would flirt around and touch hands
Until we fucked around and took Xanex
And that's when you began to drive me bananas
I was in denial it's apparent
You began to lie to your parents
You should know that I can't live
Without you holdin' my name
Now my heart's in control of my brain
And I can't hold it in the lanes

Rollin' down 20 man
With this Jack in my cup, feelin' down on my luck
And I'm doin 120 man
Maybe I'm givin' up, baby I'm givin up
Baby what is happening?
Don't you believe in us? Don't you believe in us?
She said I know you gave me everything
But love is not enough, love is not enough, love is not enough

Used to fuck so much we missed school
You was there when I needed you
I was there when you needed me
We were inseparable
And I was broke with no fuckin' food
You was tough enough to be cool
Skate holes all in my shoes
Dope boys had me confused
I was in love with hip-hop
You was in love with that to
What made it come to a stop
Had to have been the money issue, bitch
And I really miss the rain
I gave you all of my soul and I got left was a key chain

Rollin down 20 man
With this Jack in my cup, feelin' down on my luck
And I'm doin 120 man
Maybe I'm givin' up, baby I'm givin up
Baby what is happening?
Don't you believe in us? Don't you believe in us?
She said I know you gave me everything
But love is not enough, love is not enough, love is not enough

Who the fuck are you fuckin' now
Bet he's always takin' you out
College educated and proud
Me, well I'm just a drop out
Can't really blame you for buggin'
Ain't I the dirt on your rug and
Just a place to wipe your shoes
And give me all your thrown away lovin'
Back to my buzzin' and druggin'
Back to my gutter with nothin'
Back to the rut all of a sudden
cracks in the covenant trust in me
You ain't gotta worry bout sharin' this success with Wayne
Now it's just petty change
But I still feel the pain

Rollin' down 20 man
With this Jack in my cup, feelin' down on my luck
And I'm doin 120 man
Maybe I'm givin' up, baby I'm givin up
Baby what is happening?
Don't you believe in us? Don't you believe in us?
She said I know you gave me everything
But love is not enough, love is not enough, love is not enough


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    Is he talking about his ex wife his son was born in 02

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