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Lady Bird I'll be late for lunch.

Dial up Liberace
And, while up, Joe Valachi
And tell him Lucky sends his regards.
Find out where Onassis' barge
hump all night
so when you come with the boy, make sure you're right
it's nine o'clock, party starts at ten
so enough for now, I'll talk to you then
featuring Angel Cake 



c'mon Bobby  turn off that loud shit 

Damn  I want to hear some slow shit that's gonna relax you 

You know
a cruel place, it's a hard place]
But when you think back to all the great Londoners
William Blake, Charles Dickens, Dick Whittington,
Pearly kings,
Can you love me for good
The way you thought you could?
Or will spring bring rain
And summer burn?
Will tears at last precede 
The turn from summer
that I know it's just another day

Can you spare the time for me and mine

If you're down on your luck now's your turn to shine


For daddy's guitar
take out the pins you inserted
And I'll avenge all my mothers that you murdered
And brutalized, by this modern form of slavery
To speak the truth it
is to one day buy a farm 
And turn it into a health club with top people charm 
Any evening, any day - I'm singing to myself 
I'll pack up all my
to one day buy a farm
And turn it into a health club with top people charm
Any evening, any day, I'm singing to myself
Ill pack up all my clothes
watch like Movado so I floss like I'm lotto
You ain't lounging, til you've been counting by the thousands
Profiling, pushing more weight than your
As I walked to Kendall Square
And crossed the river basin there
The Charles was black, the sky was blue
The view was old, the bridge was new
And past
the block
Back in school she could turn all the boy's heads
Sometimes on a Friday I'll stop by
And have a few drinks after she put her kids to bed
Her
the block
Back in school she could turn all the boy's heads
Sometimes on a Friday I'll stop by
And have a few drinks after she put her kids to bed
Her
the block
Back in school she could turn all the boy's heads
Sometimes on a Friday I'll stop by
And have a few drinks after she put her kids to bed
Her
to one day buy a farm
And turn it into a health club with top people charm
Any evening, any day, I'm singing to myself
Ill pack up all my clothes
I'll show you the ups and downs, you'll be my elevator diva

[Chorus]

[Ludacris]
All I need is a couple hours baby, for real

Come up out that
do for the revolution
Is turn n’ go back to plantin’ tobacco in Mount Vernon

Oo

Don’t do a thing
History will prove him wrong

But, sir

We
is to one day buy a farm 
And turn it into a health club with top people charm 
Any evening, any day - I'm singing to myself 
I'll pack up all my
take out the pins you inserted
And I'll avenge all my mothers that you murdered
And brutalized, by this modern form of slavery
To speak the truth it
the together and the strong as well as the deranged
I'll do you right like bobby knight
And then I'm rapping on the mic to the Broadway light
Stomp my hands,
[ expressions written in CAPS represent squares in 'Monopoly' ]

[ CHORUS: U.G. ]
Aiyo, get nice
Shoot dice
Skip the small talk
Son, advance
And we still up in this, won't turn down, won't go home

I got big wheels on my ride
Spent bout 6 mills on my ride
You catch me swervin all over your
you would mind
Sparing no concern for misfits who say otherwise
If I tried to help you think and you tried to make me smile
Carry on

As broken
to one day buy a farm
And turn it into a health club with top people charm
Any evening, any day, I'm singing to myself
Ill pack up all my clothes
the together and the strong as well as the deranged
I'll do you right like bobby knight
And then I'm rapping on the mic to the Broadway light
Stomp my hands,