I'm a pimp I walk wit a limp I step aside papa don't eat no shrimp I'm a baller little lane crawler larry line follwera raw hard girl I'm a pimp I walk wit a limp I step aside papa don't eat no shrimp I'm grinda that's why I'm a shina I left behind whinas to be a big tima
Here comes the houstin hustle man its time to get ya game on hit the block rolling hard and get my swing on pop the trunk proper lay I don't play I ride 24's lata on the day I'm amazing valley park on sataday night sippin on coke and sprit lookin for somtin tight I'm grown, blowin that smoke off in my dorm, bangin and lookin good I'm jamin I'm mike jones flo shmo I'm leanin up in my throat chokin and gettin blown while I hope man its fo sho come on and we killin da seen I'm a trow back gangsta an underground king
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I'm growin like rogain took over ya whole name in seven months mike jones took over the whole game see all you niggas at home tryin to hate ya need to step up to da plate 'cause I ain't about ta beat ya ima bout ta leave ya

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