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[1st Verse]
See I'm a wanted man barely living in these streets
Since child support saw fit to put out a warrant out on me.
See I owe them sixty five hundred and they want they money
And it's so funny cause they know I aint got that kinda dough
Like it's my fault that she got on welfare
I told her we can go half on the similac and daycare
But no she got comfortable at the bottom and wanted to stay there
And I don't know how this gon turn out so yall keep me in yo prayers

[Chours]
Oh this crazy, lazy lady using this baby for revenge and money and I don't think that's funny cause she plays the innocent mother when it's the other way around cause she aint needy she...
GREEDY


[2nd Verse:]They say when I start back working they gonna take all my doughAnd then they wonder well what the hell I ain't working fo'All of this attention on tis' boy 'bout some back child supportWhen they killing each other by the dozens out here everyday just for sportWith bills stacked up to his chinny-chin-chin summoning him to courtThen all of his friends call him a worry-wartNow all the money they gave her, I gotta give it backLike I was the one living rent free and getting food stampsWhoooo[Chorus]Say it again ya'll Get your own MaGet your own MaYou just greedy[Chorus]



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