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Everybody Jones

catch me in soho getting stupid flies
or catch me uptown getting super fly, can hold me?
or catch me just riding my coupe's fly
the beast, train setter, never pan better,
yeah i love my bags but the bet better
going after u n.ggers is a vendetta
she saw the car when your girl start getting wetter
and she was hot but i didn't sweat her
cause i'm way too cool you can't get a sweater
i'm in the club with the 2000
and they say birds of a feather flock together
so you and you get in drop together
it was cool outside not the hottest weather
but a nigger still started jumping on them
and we pull into the paper

funky fresh impress ready to part
funky fresh impress ready to part
everybody jones, everybody jones
everybody jones, everybody jones

like oh my god, you guys isn't that like jim jones
he's just totally amazing, do you know that he did that song
i mean, what it's called, popping germaine?

i got more kicks that jack chan
in the face black sand
and i used to sell smack like a bad can
and i see through you niggers like a
and f.ckers getting like a lap dance
they say i'm a rock star like the gap
it's new i pull into the night club
i got them jordan number 6 out of fight club
sway still in seats all piped up, and we ain't leave the club until the lights out
one more bottle
everyday i stay splashy like it's easter
that's why they say i'm some like a fashion easter
wow some, bow some, pass the reefer
i turn the shit black and yellow, tape khalifa
i'm so fly, tell me where i'm landing
i hope of some hot nigger where we tanning

funky fresh impress ready to part
funky fresh impress ready to part
funky fresh impress ready to part
everybody jones, everybody jones

how many pairs of livers ons do i have to have before jim jones is gonna f.cking talk to me
i like i wanna give him his own hash talk or something
like jim jones probably can.

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