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[Verse 1: Adam Levine]
Spent 24 hours, I need more hours with you
You spent the weekend getting even, ooh
We spent the late nights making things right between us

[Refrain: Adam Levine]
But now it’s all good, babe
Roll that backwood, babe
And play me close

[Chorus: Adam Levine]
‘Cause girls like you run ’round with guys like me
Till sundown when I come through
I need a girl like you, yeah yeah
Girls like you love fun, and yeah, me too
What I want when I come through
I need a girl like you, yeah yeah

[Post-Chorus: Adam Levine]
Yeah yeah yeah, yeah yeah yeah
I need a girl like you, yeah yeah
Yeah yeah yeah, yeah yeah yeah
I need a girl like you

[Verse 2: Adam Levine]
I spent last night on the last flight to you
Took a whole day up tryna get way up, ooh
We spent the daylight tryna make things right between us

[Refrain: Adam Levine]
But now it’s all good, babe
Roll that backwood, babe
And play me close

[Chorus: Adam Levine]
‘Cause girls like you run ’round with guys like me
Till sundown when I come through
I need a girl like you, yeah yeah
Girls like you love fun, and yeah, me too
What I want when I come through
I need a girl like you, yeah yeah

[Post-Chorus: Adam Levine]
Yeah yeah yeah, yeah yeah yeah
I need a girl like you, yeah yeah
Yeah yeah yeah, yeah yeah yeah
I need a girl like you, yeah yeah
I need a girl like you, yeah yeah
I need a girl like you

[Bridge: Adam Levine]
Maybe it’s six forty-five
Maybe I’m barely alive
Maybe you’ve taken my shit for the last time, yeah
Maybe I know that I’m drunk
Maybe I know you’re the one
Maybe I’m thinking it’s better if you drive

[Tag: Adam Levine]
‘Cause girls like you run ’round with guys like me
Till sundown when I come through I need a girl like you, yeah yeah

[Verse 3: Cardi B]
Not too long ago, I was dancing for dollars (eeoow)
Know it’s really real if I let you meet my mama (eeoow)
You don’t want a girl like me, I’m too crazy
But every other girl you meet is fugazi (okurrrt)
I’m sure them other girls were nice enough
But you need someone to spice it up
So who you gonna call? Bardi, Cardi
Come and rev it up like a Harley, Harley
Why is the best fruit always forbidden?
I’m coming to you now doin’ 20 over the limit
The red light, red light stop, stop (skrrt)
I don’t play when it comes to my heart, let’s get it though
I don’t really want a white horse and a carriage
I’m thinkin’ more of white Porsches and karats
I need you right here ’cause every time you call
I play with this kitty like you play wit’ your guitar (ah)

[Chorus: Adam Levine]
‘Cause girls like you run ’round with guys like me
Till sun down when I come through
I need a girl like you, yeah yeah
Girls like you love fun, and yeah, me too
What I want when I come through
I need a girl like you, yeah yeah

[Post-Chorus: Adam Levine]
Yeah yeah yeah, yeah yeah yeah
I need a girl like you, yeah yeah
Yeah yeah yeah, yeah yeah yeah
I need a girl like you

[Hook]
Everytime I close my eyes
It’s like the only time the world feels right
I don’t wanna be a slave to the night
But I’m afraid of the morning light
Cause I wanna keep
Dreamin’
Dreamin’
Yeah I just wanna dream
Dreamin’
Dreamin’

[Verse 1]
Ya I’m kicking back snapping caps off the bottles
Chilling with the homies we ain’t gotta work tomorrow
We feeling good we just some kids from Chicago
Chasing all our dreams, mine’s set full throttle
And although things get hard we never give up
We’ll slow down but I promise we gon’ pick up
Cause life is short so we gotta take advantage
Cherish every second never taking shit for granted
So we get together party on the weekends
Catch a good buzz yo it’s that summer drinking
Thinking bout’ the good times and all the stupid laughs
And how we kept a smile when everything was going bad
And it’s beautiful to see how far we’ve come
We overcame the battles never had time to run
And here we are, standing stronger than we’ve ever been
We made it through now it’s time to let this life begin

[Hook]

[Verse 2]
Ya it’s Friday night so you know this shit is going great
We’ve come a long way so it’s time to celebrate
I’m grateful for my fans and my family
Staying by my side even when they see the bad in me
And honestly I wouldn’t trade it for a damn thing
This smile on my face? Yeah that’s what my fans bring
They make me happy like I’ve never been before
That’s why I keep it real when it’s time to hit record (Always)
You see I’m loving life and everybody in it
Living everyday like tomorrow is forgetting
Wishing for the best but the best isn’t guaranteed
That’s why I work my ass off so I can plant the seed
I’m rapping deep cause that’s just who I am
Won’t change for the fame or perhaps a couple grand
Hope you understand that’s just who I am
Won’t change for the fame or perhaps a couple grand man

[Hook]

[Verse 1]
Yo born in 1994 that is where my life begins
Chicago, Illinois city where you feel the wind
You’ll see the good, you’ll see the bad, you’ll see the saddest shit
Misunderstood or perhaps you’re just an average kid
Cause growing up shit just seems so complicated
Moving back and forth impossible to grow complacent
I fucking hated it, always had to fake a bit
Always faked a smile when I felt like breaking down to bits
I ask myself every single day
If Dad was home would my childhood still be the same? Or would it change cause a part of me was present?
I guess I’ll never know so I’m stuck with all these questions
I grab a bottle then I drink away
To take the pain away from all these broken yesterday’s
I grab a bottle then I drink away
Erase the pain so I can make way for better days

[Hook]
Uh I put my life in every word I spit
And I ain’t stopping so you might as well get used to it
They try to knock me down and tell me I ain’t shit
I’m staying at this ground just in case I have to spit
Sometimes to get a grip you gotta let go
Sometimes to grow fast you gotta learn to live slow
So I’m taking everything day by day
I’ll take my time with every step I take

[Verse 2]
I’m soul searchin’ working for this piece of happiness
I’m making change will you focus on fancy shit
I’ve never been the type to brag about the cash and tits
I’d rather speak my mind and give the world the classic hit
I know they’re watching every move I make
They see my hustle now they plotting on notes to take
I’ve come a long way from a couple years ago
State to state fans asking me to play a show
It’s so surreal when your dreams slowly fall in line
Your sacrifice and all your time and space within these rhymes
And now it’s paying off people know just who I am
Show up to parties I got fans tryna shake my hand
I promise pops I’mma put us on
So when he makes it home he has the world within his palms
I tell my fans I’mma put us on
Just keep supporting watch the whole world come sing along

[Hook]

[Verse 1]
The stars in the pavement
Are washed up and jaded
There’s blood on the streets of gold
A beautiful waitress
Who just couldn’t make it
So far away from home

[Pre-Chorus]
Are you strong enough? Are you wise enough?
Are you giving up? Will you disappear?
When it comes to me, I don’t know you see
I don’t want to leave, but I can’t stay

[Chorus]
I don’t know if it’s worth it
Is it worth it? I don’t know
I don’t know if it’s worth it
Is it worth it? I don’t know
I don’t know
I don’t know

[Verse 2]
No one can see them
The angels and demons
Are testing how low you’ll go
The sunsets and sunsets
As dark as your heart gets
It’s best if you just say no

[Pre-Chorus]
But are you strong enough? Are you wise enough?
Are you giving up? Will you disappear?
When it comes to me, I don’t know you see
I don’t want to leave, but I can’t stay

[Chorus]
I don’t know if it’s worth it
Is it worth it? I don’t know
I don’t know if it’s worth it
Is it worth it? I don’t know
Is it worth it? I don’t know

[Bridge]
I don’t know, if I want it or if I don’t
I don’t know
I don’t know if it’s fine now or if it’s not

[Chorus]
I don’t know if it’s worth it
Is it worth it? I don’t know
I don’t know if it’s worth it
Is it worth it? I don’t know

I don’t know
I don’t know
I don’t know

Keep it real, I’m the realest, nyuh

God’s Father
2012 Lil B mixtape shit
Yeah it’s my mixtape, my mixtape better than they album, you feel me haha
I been doin this shit man, what yall talkin about man
You feel me
Man this some real shit

[Verse]
A lot of niggas slept on flows, told me I wouldn’t make it
From rhymin out the basement, to climbin on top of stages
Had to clear my air, never resorted upon the dangers
Put niggas under dirt like John Gacy
But I remembered how I started flowin in front of faces
It was 6th grade at P.E. tryin to remember
My nigga Leron Derrick G told me, write up on the paper
We would all compete on, who rhymes was greater
And they exposed me to lined paper
That’s when my whole fuckin life changed, I’m the greatest
Started rappin colder, Lil E showed me to pace it
My nigga that showed me the faces
In 7th grade a young ass nigga thought I was older because of my facial
First time I got head and, gave her a facial
8th grade, passin up school mane, occasionally
Thank god for summer school, I threw my education
When I hit high school I was sorry, a little blatant
That’s when I met L, started choppin it up occasionally
I realised he was a cool nigga but I couldn’t say it
We got a [??????] in skatin
And one day he offered me out to record
That changed my heart rate from normal, to pacing
Hit the studio…. … rappin man
EJ started cookin, writing verses up on replay
My first real hit was featured up on his demo
Called “Run Nigga Run”, I’m not speakin on relay
He told me he had a fan verse on replay
That’s when I told him I had somethin to free-say
Then I met Stunnaman right before the Wolfpack
That’s when he was Keith, but that’s the look
And I made my first solo, we on the grind and took that
But we did a remix, I felt I shook rap
We had a big session freestyle around the table
That shit started progressin and fuck with honest label
I recorded at his house, but I’m skippin some major fables
Started a cool company called the Boss Man label
But it didn’t work out because it didn’t even fit us
Then we seen the table, maybe 10th graders had earnings
Mic below the navel, and the shit was so unda man
I wonder

I got into a lil trouble man
Caught the cases, the bad kid from Berkeley, can’t replace it
But that shit fucked up my mental and made me lazy
So I slacked off of rap and started thinkin about my problems
My heart went from pacin, above joggin, act normal
Sometimes I feel I wanna replace it
You feel me?
When my grandpa died I feel like I was outta location
God damn

But yo niggas can tell this my diary, a blessing
My mum said your skin get thicker with lessons
Introduced me to the greats and started blowin up sessions
A wild crazy kid went home, lookin for chess and
I played the world pretty damn good, I guessed it
I had a secret life… … death was my obsession