Lil Tjay - June 22nd lyrics
These shows don't feel the same
Woke up in the morning
(No one can feel my pain) calm day (M-m-m)
Woke up in the morning, paranoid
My heater tucked
It's a calm day, time to tee it up
I called the plug, told him
"I'ma need some drink"
He said you want Trish or
Keisha? I said, "Nigga, what you think?"
Got fried point blank, zombie mode
Might faint in the stu', grind mode
This the picture I'ma paint tryna sign shit
It's the day that I met Ice Spice
She came through lookin' nice
But I was thinkin', "What's the price?"
But back to me, fell asleep
Right in the stu', i'm lackin'
Pistol packed, he said, "I don't got it
" then he cappin'
I'm not the type, the opps know me
I'm more like the shotta type
Strapped if I don't got to fight
Used to have a pocket knife back to this
I'm tryna 'member so I don't gas this shit
Truth be told, on what I could see clearly
Should be half of it
Plus, I can't spit certain shit
Certain shit don't match with this
It's wavy and it fit the bar
But go against my practices
Passionate, next day
I'm back up on the same shit
Two days, same shit, same guys, same whip
No sleep, chain here, gotta do a couple shit
I ain't really with no security
I'm on some muscles shit bust moves
Had this little meetin' in the mornin'
Still ain't get no sleep yet
Afternoon then torn in extra sturdy
This the fuckin' city I was born in
So I know if it ever rain today
It's gon' be pourin'
Opps know it's crazy, they could vouch
Now we out
Meet the bros up in the whip and we in route
I go to sleep
I wake up hearin' someone following my car
Bitch, who following my car?
(Yo, yo, who that?) no one following my car
I took a look, i saw the car and then I
Went right back to sleep
I heard, "That's that car
Again, " what? Never, now it's beef
I grab my Glock and I'm like
"Now I'm finna flip 'em on this street"
Bro's like, "Nah, Tjay, you wildin'"
All I do is suck my teeth
We downtown in the city
Ain't nobody doin' shit
I'm like, "Nah, bro you buggin', we was dumb
I'd be a lick" my new piece just came
My old piece a couple bricks
And if that's the opps
What if they pull up and blitz the whip?
(Yo, yo, yo, that's them right there)
So we argue, know me
I hop out the roof regardless
Moment niggas see me
That's when the car spinned
Niggas get to laughin', they
Like, "Told you, T, you tweakin'"
I just go right back to
Sleep and I'm like, "Nah
I'm tired of speakin'"
Now I'm out the back, thirty later
We at the telly
I won't up when niggas pull up
That shit hurt me and my belly
I ain't get to see if niggas spun
The block and got back with us
Fuck around and lose my life just
For hangin' with lil' niggas
So we out back to the telly, I relax
Finish my nap
Book the stu', so in a few, I'ma go back
Show's lined up
Album's soundin' like some crack
So I'm excited for the music comin'
Out and for the sack
I'm finna go to Paris, really
In a couple hours
This my first time, crazy this shit happened
What a wower already got some kills lined up
For when I land
Overseas, I be that man, think
About it, be like, "Damn"
Now I'm back up
Finna go through with the plan
Hit the stu', make a jam, not knowin'
Anyways, I'm well aware, who's drivin'
I don't care
Hit the car clutch and sit down
Now there's someone in my rear
About the song
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