Yo, Chase B!

I'm going dumb in a moshpit (bitch)
If I'm out in the crowd, I lost it (yeah)
I can't close my eyelids (yeah)
Why? 'Cause a young nigga off it (uh)
I got the message like a prophet
I got the message like a (I got the message like a)
I got the message like a prophet (uh)
Last year, made a big profit (yeah)
Big bands, put it in my wallet (uh)
Smoking this gas got me coughing (yessir)
You can talk that bad, put you in a casket or a coffin (bitch, bitch)
Yeah (yeah), it's a motherfucking stick up (bitch)
Put your hands up or get hit up (uh)
I grew up a bad nigga (yeah)

Section 8, be in the projects, I was in the parks with the hittas (hittas)
Now, I count bands, count figures
You don't fuck with Sheck Wes? Get the finger (bitch)
This not a hoe like Mike (yes), this not a hoe like wizard (wizard)
My youngin' heart, cold like December (bitch)
Streets done turned me to a killer (killer)

The car panoramic, all-white Ku Klux Klan
I got in her panties, I didn't even plan it
The new one is Spanish, I hopped out the coupe
Gave a rack to her grannie, I don't do the bogus
Ain't tryna expose her, I didn't even tell on you
Your house for foreclosure, I didn't even know it
I'm so sorry, I'm sorry, I thought that you fucked him
I owe you for life, and you on with no score
I hop off the jet, I hop on a boat
I'm smokin' biscotti, it's makin' me choke
I have after parties and after parties
I'm drinkin' red, I don't want no Bacardi
When I get the kids, you look so sorted
You look like you have a good time with your buddies
I know that you need it, little break and they fussin'
When shit gets off, shoot out the lil' bucket with you
Need a nanny, I go Randy Savage
I gave 'way the Rollie, the AP is 'matic
Got Daytonas, Breitlings, got skeletons added
The shit don't look average, I like how it setted
I'm checking the static, I'm checking the settings
This bitch 'round my neck, he might cook in my Patek
I'm hungry as fuck, 'bout to eat out her carrot
I got the biggest body inside of the valley
I'm next to John Wall I could throw him an alley
Rent the plate, boy I'm matchin' and stabbin'
I put on some ice, now I'm cool as an addict
I know how to fold, they took all my cash in
I knew how to fish, I know that I'm rich
I pour the eight in a Sierra Mist
Ran up some M's, I'm don't need a lick
Heard she was gon' go down, I don't see that bitch

I'm going dumb in a moshpit (bitch)
If I'm out in the crowd, I lost it (yeah)
I can't close my eyelids (yeah)
Why? 'Cause a young nigga off it (yrah)
I got the message like a prophet
I got the message like a (I got the message like a)
I got the message like a prophet (uh)
Last year, made a big profit (yeah)
Big bands, put it in my wallet (uh)
Smoking this gas got me coughing (yessir)
You can talk that bad, put you in a casket or a coffin (bitch, bitch)
Yeah (yeah), it's a motherfucking stick up (bitch)
Put your hands up or get hit up (uh)
I grew up a bad nigga (yeah)


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MAYDAY Lyrics as written by Khamidou Fall Jeffery Lamar Williams

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