Listen, one shot, two shots, three shots oh!
Got us right to the morgue.
Four shots, five shots, six shots, Gees
That's for the wife and the kids!
I don't care about the money or the shit on your chest,
Niggas get killed for less!
And all that shit you've been talking,
Man we ain't impressed,
niggas get killed for less!

? in a high definition,
You could probably find me on the big screen ?
Ain't this a bitch, man
And all the dirty done, how the fucking it gets solved, nigger?
Get in line, I'm a ?on the table,
? make the competition hate you,
A couple guys on the block now they wait you,
? to pull the trigger if I say shoot.
One shot, two shots, another nigger down,
See us searching but its face is getting down, nigger.
See this crazy on the streets it's the Bronx, nigger
You hear the shots fire but police won't respond.
Where we are from niggas, ?
? your little sister right out in your face, nigger
?
niggas getting hot for twenty years still thirsty.
I guess
Now that's what I'll call ?
Get it?
Who else but cocaine and ? could have been my ?
Life is for the living, get a chauffeur,
Find yourself a bitch that the money ?
We set murder, use a victim, boy!
If that ass gets flashy, we'll stick it boy!

Listen, one shot, two shots, three shots oh!
Got us right to the morgue.
Four shots, five shots, six shots, Gees
That's for the wife and the kids!
I don't care about the money or the shit on your chest,
niggas get killed for less!
And all that shit you've been talking,
Man we ain't impressed,
niggas get killed for less!

So don't die over nothing, like ?your ass,
Cause on my block I was the doc before ?
I had to ?
See? this ain't no fabrication,
Never called me back, I filled so many applications,
Watching these corny niggas come back, that was aggravation,
So I hit the corner, told them, bit it like they masturbated.
I thought they had the patience,
? it took too long to respond, so I had to ?
He told me my dreams, they had to stay imagination,
Clear my ?from my graduation.
? screw my diploma, I'm going, but I can't ?
College is holic, cause every grade I had is amazing,
It was school books and school looks when I passed the ?
School girls are like I'm a girl, look who this bastard is ?
Long story short, man I have these ? hate me,

I come from a place where you get your ?
And a brook with the only thing shooks on a stove marinates you
So when they say congratulations,
Over to respect my paddy's game,
No, I'm not going back!
I'm aiming like

Listen, one shot, two shots, three shots oh!
Got us right to the morgue.
Four shots, five shots, six shots, Gees
That's for the wife and the kids!
I don't care about the money or the shit on your chest,
niggas get killed for less!
And all that shit you've been talking,
Man we ain't impressed,
niggas get killed for less!


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