Get Ghost

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I used to be small, I always had balls, niggas couldn’t flex, Lord, then I got tall, white hoes couldn’t stop sweatin, forward, I got old, and stop countin all my blessins, I said that life today is just a step to tomorrow, shoot a nigga down If he send the wrong message, half dez niggas like pause cause they question they sexuality. Don’t seem like that hard of a question.

Soldier Imma Soldier, to my enemies I always been a menace, if tupac was alive he coulda used my presence. I take you to that next level and charge you an arm and a leg, but then I might just ta ya money instead, Im probly the hungriest young nigga you met if we met, we probly have. We probly done bad, they probly got us so we take everything they got that’s got to do with math,

I got weed inside my bag, Imma bermy boy no triangle, dats all niggas needa be reppin, maybe a real nigga should step in, the bible right, glock my left hand, I used to wanna nigga to act bad, but now its just whatever, that’s the hash talkin |but that| |hash just| |settled in| I aint gon tolerate none of that smack talkin, I got |weapons| |on top| of |weapons| Amen.

Verse

Sometimes I loose my way, I don’t know the words to say, but cant never maintain, roll shru den I dip out now you stained, why settle for less when we can take a trip to spain, I came from some wolves, I don had my first taste.

I land on my feet without a trace, im smoother than ya momma when she all over ya neighbor, I cant trust these hoes, but God loves so hard He give um favor, what these hoes don’t know that my favor got some flavor. I think I’m above the average man it and you should feel the same.

Yea you think with how you feel and I think wit my brain, half these hoes think wit they pussy and end up feelin like a slave, I aint got no time, I aint got no eyes these dollar signs just get me through the day. It aint no…...

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