Hey dickface
Hey ohhh
Hey dickface
Hey

This goes out to all my hoes
This one goes out to my hoes, niggazz and negros
Fuckin' with my style, fuckin' with my flow

Ugh hey dickface
Hey ohhh
Hey dickface
Hey ohhh

All of the best in here
All of the best in here
All of the best in here

Gettin' down tonight,
This one goes out to my hoes, niggazz, and negros
Fuckin' with my style, fuckin' with my flow

This goes out to all my hoes
This one goes out to my hoes, niggazz and negros
Fuckin' with my style, fuckin' with my flow
Niggazz and negros
Fuckin' with my style, fuckin' with my style
Fuckin' with my flow


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    Too me this song is just the man saying "How you like me now" to all the people keepin him down.

    MollyIsALiaron May 15, 2002   Link
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    I just like the song .. Hell, I like MSI. Whoo.. Good times. mindlessselfindulgence.com/picpages/sys03.htm

    BahBahSheepon June 10, 2002   Link
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    best fucking mixing in msi songs. notice how he pauses between my and flow... fuckin with my flow. he pauses and interrupts the "flow" of the song. may be a coincidence. yeah awesome song from an awesome band.

    smashingrocker666on June 11, 2003   Link
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    best fucking mixing in the world is in msi songs. notice how he pauses between my and flow... fuckin with my flow. he pauses and interrupts the "flow" of the song. may be a coincidence. yeah awesome song from an awesome band.

    smashingrocker666on June 11, 2003   Link
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    cool song. i like it how he pauses before some words, like 'flow' and 'hoes' and the pause in the word 'neg-ros' :D

    tick_tock_bangon May 23, 2006   Link
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    Sooo funny, dude. Freakin' love this song. "Niggas and negros..."

    MSI672on April 13, 2007   Link
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    lol one of their best songs.

    xtreme2252on September 26, 2007   Link
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    this song is fucking amazing, soooo amazing

    SoakedinMercuryon September 30, 2007   Link

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