(*Pretty Willie talking*)
Scarecrow .. Omaze
Know what I'm saying?
Pretty Willie Suella

Chorus: 2x
You can find me back on the block wit me reallas (WITH A NEW STYLE)
Ladies start bouncin' when they hear it
And it's all good
Cause now I got Scrilla but a
I'm just a flossa baby
Come on and roll wit me

Verse 1: (Pretty Willie)
Now look here
I'm Pretty Willie St.Louis area
I held it down so many years but y'all didn't hear me though
The Frontline click tight camp it ain't no breaking us look
I know you feelin' this here, just bob yo head wit me
I don't know, what y'all illas been told
But their really ain't no fakin' in me
I'm just a real G, get down and dirty for my money
It's funny dummies didn't want me till' I had a lil' money
But I know (HEY), my reallas are gon be fa' sho
They like this rap game dirty, I just can't let ‘em go (AY)
You say you wanna roll wit me (YEA)
St. Louis where ya finding me

Chorus: 2x

Verse 2: (Pretty Willie)
I'm so glad to be back in my city
Where my reallas got change
And the fact gone remain we got baggets, Princess Cuts and playin' solitaire
Polo, Fendi, Phat Farm, Esco, and Roca Wear, Tommy Hill
Frigga my realla is something I might wear
Matching socks at all time wit matching underwear
We hold it down my realla John, Lil' Ben and mob too many
C.E.O. might be gone but his spirit still up in me
I don't know (man), what y'all illas been told
But I'm pretty and that's all I can be
So when you see me out, jump me the deuce cause my team
Don't take two kind of you haters and look mean
In the Mustang nupe in the front so we shade
Police on my team so you know they don't hate
You say you wanna roll wit me (YEA)
St. Louis where ya finding me

Chorus: 2x

Ya tee ya tee ya tee ya
Ya tee ya tee ya tee ya
Say yo tee yo tee yo
Say yo tee yo tee yo
They say Suella make it so
They say Suella make it so
But a, I'm just a flossa baby
Come on and roll wit me

Ya tee ya tee ya tee ya
Say yo tee yo tee yo
Say eedee eedee eedee eee
Ya tee ya tee ya tee ya
Yodi yodi yodi yo
They say Suella make it so
I'm just a flossa baby
Come on and roll wit me

(laughing)
Come roll wit me, come on
FRONTLINE!


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