Hollywood Divorce

Snoop Dogg, OutKast, Lil WayneBuy this song

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Calvin Cordozar Broadus, Jr. (born October 20, 1971) is an American rapper, singer-songwriter, record producer, and actor, well known by his alter-egos Snoop Doggy Dogg, Snoop Dogg and Snoop Lion. Snoop Lion has sold over 30 million albums worldwide. His music career began in 1992 when he was discovered by Dr. Dre. He collaborated on Dre's solo debut The Chronic, and on the theme song to the film Deep Cover. Snoop's debut album Doggystyle, was released in 1993 under Death Row Records, debuting at No.1 on both the Billboard 200 and R&B charts. Selling almost a million copies in the first week of its release, Doggystyle became certified 4× platinum in 1994 and spawned several hit singles, including "What's My Name" and "Gin & Juice". In 1994, Snoop rele… more »

 Starts off like a small town marriage  Lovely wife and life, baby carriage 
Now all the stars have cars,
 Success of course 
But it ends in Hollywood divorce
 Hollywood divorce

(And I'm a star!)
Yeah, and I don't have to go to Hollywood 
'Cause Hollywood come through my neighborhood with cameras on
I really think they're stealing from us like a sample song
I really wish one day we'd take it back like Hammer's home
The hurricane come and took my Louisiana home
And all I got in return was a darn country song
This whole country wrong,
Oh, but you right, if you just put a little ice on,
And cut your mic on
But you don't even write songs
But Hollywood make you spit like a python, I meant Cobra. 
I'm so not sober.
I'm high like a Hollywood coffee or soda.
You can call me a roller. (Hold up)
Your grill's glistenin'
 Spent a hundred thousand on mine to feel different.
What's the real sense of it?
 Bling bling, I know.
And did you know I'm the creator of the term?
I just straightened the perm
They let it sit too long. 
They just making it burn.
Make a movie of our lifestyle,
But they earn like a dead body burned on a mantelpiece 
That's why I try not to lie on wax 
Like this candle grease
And I be's the little nigga
 Cooler than anti-freeze 
 Defrost on your window pane 
Lil Wayne 
But in Hollywood it's Little Wayne
Don't make me nut
So that's why I got a pre-nup
(I do)


(Yeah, Yeah)
A is for Adamsville 
Be is Bowen Homes
See if I give a fuck 
If you like me you know I don't
If she ain't got a good head on her leave that ho alone 
If she do got some good head on her let her sing a song
D is for what I serve, 
I don't be on no curb
She ain't no junkie neither
I ain't no dope dealer 
But she keep coming back 
 Three stacks must be some crack 
Put that pipe in her lap 
She ain't know how to act
Now that I've got your un-
 Divided attention I'm
 Gonna say this and run 
 Under condition one
 Promise me you gon' stack 
 Promise me you gon' ball
 Promise me you'll invest 
 Three fourths of it all
(For what?) 
So your kids' kids' kids can have some cheese 
Can't get with it? 
Get get get get get on your knees  Cause 'wealth' is the word (yep)
'Rich' is 'round the corner from the curb
Don't like what I write? 
 Shoot me a bird

 Tenth grade 
The way was paved 
For me and Dre. to create 
Like Dr. Frankenstein 
The arts and crafts 
Now could we make a difference  Antoine Patton and Andre Benjamin
Been jamming for you crabbing rap niggas and journalists 
That's quick to misprint 
 Public and private business
Then retract back for deaf ears 
And think it's dismissed 
Part two, the sequel 
All new cast
Just ain't the same 
Gang of nerds on the internet  Slandering your name 
 Behind that screen name
They're lame 
And their life is pretty plain
M&M's with no nuts
Won't show up face-to-face 
 Straight bitch made
Like puppies on the nipples of a mutt
 Address it on a case-by-case basis like the judge 
(What about these lyin' ass hoes tryin to plot?)
Or these niggas on the block who want the queen (Nigga please)
But even she can walk 
We'll miss her we ain't gon' fake it
But God don't make mistakes 
Must be something bigger waiting 


(I do) 
Love you but you hate me at the same time
Lights, camera, action, 
It's game time
Do you take this here 
As your lovely wife?
To love her and cherish her 
For all your life?
I solemnly swear to dare share 
Take you there 
And me and you together 
Baby we a lucky pair
It's been a long time 
We walked a thin line
 Others say they got you 
But you been mine
As I sit back and watch all them cat fights  Domestic violence (Is that right?)
But you love the dog
Gave me the spotlight 
And now I'm growing up 
 Showing up 
 Blowing up
I never ever thought that we would separate at all
But you played me 
Like a game of football 
Used to feed me 
Need me 
 Dress me
Now it's so messy 
 Straight cut out and left me

 Hollywood divorce. 
All the fresh styles always start off as a good little hood thing.
Look at blues, rock, jazz, rap
Not even talking about music  Everything else too.
By the time it reach Hollywood it's over.
But it's cool.
We just keep it going and make new shit.

Take our game
Take our name
Give us a little fame
And then they kick us to the curb 
That's a cold thing


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