[Puff] Yeah here we go

[Mase] Uh Uh

Let's party again let's party again

Let's party again let's party again

[Puff] Can't be stopped (Uh huh)

Won't be stopped

[Mase] Let's dance again let's dance again

Let's dance again

[Puff] Don't know how to stop

[Mase] Let's dance again

[Puff] Refuse to stop All Out Bad Boy come on



[Mase]

Yo everyday I wake up sick of the homeless

But other than that I'm a Bentley consumer

I get pain, yo' I cry like you

I get sick, I could die like you

I used to hate my broke days with a passion

Now when I get big money I stash some

See a watch I like, I just grab one

Party and bullshit, book trips have fun (Come on)

Get paid, get money, get dough (That's right)

Get laid, get honeys, get low (Get low)

Platinum status what I live for

Sold four million now I want six more

Never satisfied just like my mom

With 10 mill' sitting' in the treasury bond

When I roll dice just respect my arm

You can't put me on the level

Cause I'm level beyond



1 - It don't matter what you do to me

I can handle what you send my way

No matter what I do today

You'll still have something to say



It don't matter what you do to me

I can handle what you send my way

No matter what I do today

You'll still have something to say



I be M.I.A and M.I.A.M.I

So am I the kid who be so appealing

Live a lifestyle so revealing

Love them M&M's, the multi millions

So y'all could spit it out, me I live it out

y'all cats lay away a month then get it out

I'm the first cat in the club all izzy-ed out

Rock iceburg when you thought it was Mickey Mouse

So sit me, I'm pourin' Cris to the curb

All I got to do is just give a chick a word

Her whole team, you will see a chick with a bird

Messing with Mase you'll get what you deserve (That's right)

A buck 50, nah, take a buck 60

Extra 10 good for thinking they can mess with me (Uh)



Repeat 1



Yo, you the type in the movies cuddled up

With a groupie hang by, buttered up

I ain't getting with you, yo' love her in her gut

That's the reason why you can't even bubble up (Come on)

You get your team and huddle up

And come back with enough cream to Double Up

Until then I'mma still be here cooking

Anything I'm pushing, 20 G's a cushion (Uh)

Why prove this kid is the smoothest

When there's people that pay me to do this

Pretty color cars is what we cravin'

Six star tele's is what we stayed in (That's right)

Any man with me must be made men

We just buy cars, we don't trade in (Nuh uh)

I don't need ten statements see what I'm saving

No need for a manager I need an agent (Let's go)



Repeat 1

Repeat 1

Repeat 1



(Come on, come on, come on)



[Puff]

Mase Murda can't be stopped

P. Diddy can't be stopped

Blinky Blink can't be stopped

Big Loon can't be stopped

Sista Stase can't be stopped

B.I.G can't be stopped

Lil' Kim can't be stopped

Lil' Cease can't be stopped

Junior M.A.F.I.A. can't be stopped

Big Shyne can't be stopped

L.O.X. can't be stopped

Bad Boy can't be stopped

All Out can't be stopped

We just can't be stopped, man

2,000 baby

Millineum


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