My Posse's on Broadway 2x's

Me and Kid Sensation at home away from home
In the black benz limo with tha cellular phone
I'm callin up my posse its time to get rippin
I'm freakin each sunroof to keep you suckas trippin
Everybody's lookin if ya jealous turn around
The AMG kip keeps us closa to the ground
We're gettin good grip from the 50 series tires
The Alpine's bumpin but I need the volume higher
'Cause the 808 kick drum makes the girlies get dumb
We're rollin Rainier and the jealous want to get some
Every time we do this sucka mc's want to battle
I'm the man they love to hate the J.R. Ewing of Seattle
Picked up the posse on 23rd and Jackson
Headin for the strip yes were lookin for some action
The limos kinda crowded the whole car was leanin back
Maharaji's watchin tv with two girlies on his lap
On Martin Luther King the set looks kinda dead
We need a new street so posse move ahead
We all look kinda swass the crew you can't forget
The mix a lot posse cold rippin up the set

My posse's on Broadway
My posse's on Broadway (posse up)
My posse's on Broadway
My posse's on Broadway

Ahhhh rollin in my posse was getin kinda bored
There's not anotha posse with more points scored
We don't walk around like criminals or flex like big gorillas
My homeboy Kid Sensation is a teenage lady killa
Maharaji's on the def side dancin like a freak
The girlies see his booty and their knees get weak
Larry is the white guy people think he's funny
A real estate investa who makes a lot a money
Clockin lots a dollars we all got gold
Cruisin in this Benz and ain't got no place to go
Wheelin' 23rd we saw nuthin but thugs
The girlies was

Lyrics submitted by vortecs10, edited by Wuotan31

Posse on Broadway Lyrics as written by Anthony L. Ray

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    I used to listen to this song with my dad in the car and go to all of the streets that they mention in it
    jazzyg78on May 21, 2006   Link
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    i moved cross-country to go to seattle university and only then found out about this song. it makes me incredibly proud. i have yet to play it cruisin those streets, but i dare to dream :)
    happygonutson September 06, 2006   Link
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    this is pre-"Baby Got Back" Mix-a-lot. Awesome awesome song. You know it's a classic when E-40 samples it ("Big ballin' with my homies")
    pikespiceon September 07, 2006   Link
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    I live near Seattle and love this song as well as the city. except for the beggars nder the bridge
    HalitosisGnomeon October 15, 2006   Link
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    um i didnt really mean anything about that comment about the homeless so dont try and kill me please
    HalitosisGnomeon October 15, 2006   Link
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    Im pretty sure it's "a freak in each sunroof" to keep you suckas trippin - the video shows two girls into two sunroofs when that lyric is played
    4downon April 03, 2008   Link
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    I grew up near Seattle. This song was popular when I was in junior high and even when I was in high school! I love this song!
    Krisnaon April 09, 2008   Link
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    Driving down Broadway last week I thought to myself the narrative in this song is once again possible--for the longest time Taco Bell was open 24hrs, but it's now out of business.
    jeffeljefeon April 18, 2008   Link

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