Step right up, you're about to see
The ringmaster, y'all a couple clowns to me
Your nose red 'cause I'm breaking it when the show starts
You're not having fun if you ain't leaving in a noseguard
Yeah, on some mosh pit shit
Ring of fire started when we spark that spliff
Gettin' higher than a motherfuckin' trapeze act
Rap these tracks 'til I stack green cash up
And y'all just woke the lion up
Know we got the Midas touch between the five of us
Yeah, Stooligans on the hunt now
So far ahead, all you seein' is a dust cloud

Oh, when the tent stay rockin'
Once we get it poppin', no, there ain't no stoppin' it now
Door to door when we stop at your town, town, town
So the bassline rockin'?
Once we get it poppin', no, there ain't no stoppin' it now
Door to door and we knockin' it down, down, down

Stooligans rollin' up
With a lot of baggage to unpack, we're loaded up
Stacked and folded up
Step back and pony up
The cash and kill the flash so it's official
When I crash the podium
(Step in the tent) The chance is dry as rain
It's gonna take more than bars to keep a lion tamed
(It's a cryin' shame) Some of us work for peanuts
Jambo on the mic, but the perks are deluxe like
(Waking up in the top bunk) A swig of the rotgut
(Lookin' to cop skunk) 'Cause dinner is potluck
Another sip of the brown stuff
Before we take it out to tear it down from the ground up

Oh, when the tent stay rockin'
Once we get it poppin', no, there ain't no stoppin' it now
Door to door when we stop at your town, town, town
So the bass not rockin'?
Once we get it poppin', no, there ain't no stoppin' it now
Door to door and we knockin' it down, down, down

Oh, when the tent stay rockin'
Once we get it poppin', no, there ain't no stoppin' it now
Door to door when we stop at your town, town, town
So the bassline rockin'?
Once we get it poppin', no, there ain't no stoppin' it now
Door to door and we knockin' it down, down, down


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