(I'm gonna give it to you)
One for the money
Two for the bass
Three to get you going
'Cause Da Brat's in the place (I'm gonna give it to you)
Yeah, huh
(I'm gonna give it to you)

It's me, the O.G .funk bandit
(Who's that?) The B to the R-A-T and in fact
If you ain't heard of me, take a seat, lay back and listen
As I bust for your ass on this Funkdafied mission
Just kick off your shoes and relax your feet (that's right)
Party on down with Da Brat and her beat
Now it goes like that and that's how it goes
I'm gonna give it to all you negroes and hoes
So listen up (listen up)
Make sure you listen up well
And don't miss shit 'cause this bitch be bad as hell
Truth of the matter is, I splatter kids
That talk shit in a gangster's way
That's how them fools get dealt with
So, what you want to do, bitch? Don't even trip
Step up, step up and I'ma bust your lip
Now I know that you know that I know you don't want me to
But keep on tripping and I'm gon' give it to you, biatch

(I'm gonna give it to you, you, ooh)
(I'm gonna give it to you, whoa)
(I'm gonna give it to you)

Brat is the fantastic, romantic
Single-handed bandit and damn it
Don't get no better, better, it don't get no more
Than the flow that I flow for you negroes and hoes
Devastating, captivating, elevating as I (smooth)
Operating and I love to get high
Well, nigga, fire it up (say what?), Nigga, fire it up
At your request, I guess it's time for me to get fucked up
It goes one puff, two puff, three puff, four
From the bottom to the top, top to bottom, I go
So now you know what I ain't and what I is
It's the baddest new bitch in this hip-hop biz
O.G. is what I am, a brat is what I be
Blunts are what I smoke and you can't see me
So let it go 'cause my shit is tight
Take it how I give it and enjoy the night, right

(I'm gonna give it to you, you, ooh)
Yeah, it's like that, it's like that
For the nine-fucking-four
It's Da Brat and you don't know (I'm gonna give it to you)
You better ask some-motherfucking-body
La di da di, I came to party, bitch
Ayy JD, sing this shit with me, boy (I'm gonna give it to you)
Right here
Word up, hey, word up, hey
Word up, hey, for real though, shit
Word up, hey, word up, hey
Word up, hey, for real though

(I'm gonna give it to you, you, ooh)
(I'm gonna give it to you, whoa)


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