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When I first started back in 1995
I wasn't moving keys I was buying 1.5
I started comin up junkies recognized my face
Payed a quarter million dollars just to beat a murder case

When I first started back in 1995
I wasn't moving keys I was buying 1.5
I started comin up junkies recognized my face
Payed a quarter million dollars just to beat a murder case

When I first started back in 1995
I wasn't moving keys I was buying 1.5
I started comin up junkies recognized my face
Payed a quarter million dollars just to beat a murder case
They used to run up on me be like gucci what you know
I tolld em get this glass and get da fuck away from me hoe
And every where I go it became an instant cut
Cause they knew I had them 20s and dem big fat monkey nuts

Can't be scared of a dog when you come from monten park
Shootin dice and playing cards selling blow all at the park
Had it fresh on yo sister but I used to serv ya momma
Breaking 50s down to dimes was my job for da summer
And my job for the winter cookin bricks all in da kitchen
Junkies dead at the carwash cause I heard dat dey was snitchin
Dope jumpin out da gym man it helped me buy my tims
Dope fiend willy used to finger fuck my rims
Smokers didn't know my name so they used to call me black
If ya beat me for a twenty betcha ima call you back
She on da dope mans dick cause I'm a nigga with a sack
I'm the hustler of the year and I know that for a fact

When I first started back in 1995
I wasn't moving keys I was buying 1.5
I started comin up junkies recognized my face
Payed a quarter million dollars just to beat a murder case
They used to run up on me be like gucci what you know

I tolld em get this glass and get da fuck away from me hoe
And every where I go it became an instant cut
Cause they knew I had them 20s and dem big fat monkey nuts

Prices so low that they call me thrift store
Standing at the store while I'm selling yayo
Bought a brick yesterday gotta four way to go
On the 5 way everthing gotta go
50 on the table 100 on da floor
Middle of da summer but ima make it snow
Like a chia pet my money gone grow
Still servin niggas through my burglar bar door
Jordans jeans and a little afro
8 ball jacket and a pair of stash slips
I don't give credit that's how a nigga get killed
And if you got a tilt ya car get peelt
17 going to da 559
Like a blind man I don't see know lines
13 when a nigga did his first crime
18 when a nigga bought his first 9
Lyin I'm frying and I sure aint flying
Cookin up dope cause the Jays keep buyin
Robbing crew lurking I know they trying
Try gucci man they ass be dying
Let me take you back in time
Let gucci man refresh your mind
I'ma dope boy stay on my grind
A good plug is so hard to finddd

When I first started back in 1995
I wasn't moving keys I was buying 1.5
I started comin up junkies recognized my face
Payed a quarter million dollars just to beat a murder case
They used to run up on me be like gucci what you know
I tolld em get this glass and get da fuck away from me hoe
And every where I go it became an instant cut
Cause they knew I had them 20s and dem big fat monkey nuts



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