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[Hook:]
Can you believe that?
Can you believe that?
Belee dat!

[Verse 1 - The Game]
The way that paint drippin it's gonna be a bloody summer
22 inches, all-red everything, that's Soo Woo business
Holla atchya 5 4 3 2 1 b***h in the coppet
And my knot's sick – I'll
I've got a million in my maze
Red Cardinal fitted, b*****s feel me in the?
Red rubies in my watch and my chain
Catch me in Wade County, I'm the king like James
?
Throwing the red flags like I'm charging on the play
Tune – this s**t retarded, I need a red helmet
And I'm all about my cake: red velvet
You can't help it, gotta see what I got
It's like Ripley's: Believe it or Not
You tell me

[Hook:]
Can you believe that?
Belee dat!

[Verse 2 - Lil Wayne]
I'm a B, believe that
Stop playing, I go hard, I go He Man
Young Tune, break em off like a tree branch
Putting you in hot water: tea bag
All-black Maybach, part?
And I just ordered your girlfriend some kneepads
Can you believe the unbelievable?
B***h, I'm higher than Venus. Serena too...
Yeah, Game, holla atchya: Soo Woo!
Young Money b***h, we cold like two scoops
That b***h?
Gotta make them a believer



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