Verse1. Yeah I'm Insane to the Brain when i pour the milk in the cereal and the Rice Crispie's talk to me yeah I talk back where ever I walk that's where it's at I'm so high The Angel's & God stalk me in The Land just to let you hoes know Lil kim isn't freaky enough for me I'm the Cultivator, Innovator, Illustrator, Narrator, & Dictator of Life's Story I spit so grimey like Tiger Shark Mouth I'm a Suicidal Kamikaze Pilot Man you just a Pilot Pen a Pilot with no show no run call it Enemies not Friend's
Verse2. Ima Natural Born Killa you couldn't see me if you was all the Silver Back Gorellaz on the back of Godzilla I always purposely slip cuz I'm always waiting for a nigga to trip I'm Bombay nigga like Sapphire Gin mixed with crushed Topaz's and Bombsites Radiation toxins we talk them we walking bombs with legs walking I hit so hard this goes out to all my enemies you fucc with me you Rodney King my knuckles night stalks they hit hard like bullets 223's on jungle concreate we suicidal when we ride the occult you normal default I'm way too advanced for any computer program it ain't my fault I'm God's Spawn The Swan God 27 Belvedere Gangstahz B.G Mob
Verse3. See Ima Hellboy you better throw some Holy Water on me see Ima Hellboy I kill you while you dream cuz I killed Freddy on Elm Street durning one of my most nicest dreams West Craven Geez I'm so pretty Lean Ass female celebrities be chasing me like T.M.Z paperatzis I clean you up so grimey ironically when I spit thru my Tiger Shark Teeth on rotting I don't play with fire ain't no need cuz I'm the BlueDevil my hoes got bodies of a Goddess face from Heaven I'm so Gangsta like throwback hoodies I'm so Gangsta if you hated me you swear you knew me I got ammo to spit I send em to fiery pits I'm dumping with Silver Back Guerilla animal shit

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