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Sir Michael Rocks – Money Came Lyrics


Yeah, On The Real Man
F**k A Nigga, F**k A Bitch
F**k Anybody That Got 
Something To Say About This Right Here Man

I Worked Too Motherf**king Hard All Day
Six, Yeah
Money Came, Money Go
Pussy Came, Pussy Go

We Don’t Chase, We Let Em Go
Keep It Real, We Keep It Real
I’m In The Mazda, Riding Like I Got Els
I Don't Give A F**k Incase You Can Not Tell

Pulling Up And Looking Good 
My Nigga Is Second Nature
Funny Thing About Your People 
They Gon’ Respect Or Hate Ya

Where My Hoes At? 
Stealing Shit From Niemenns
Party Like A Demon, 
There’s Molly Water Everywhere

I’m Getting To The Mula, 
Rolling Dices On The Cement
Phillip Limb For My Bday, 
Got Pinky On Replay

And Gucci On Repeat, 
Your Watch Is All Seezy
You Niggas So Commercial But 
You Cant Get On The TV Man

Whats Up With That?
Tell Em Cut The Check Em, F**k Em Back
Bitch
Its Like Monday To Friday I’m Never Sober

No Hangovers, Four Range Rovers
Too Much For Hoes But Three Much For Niggas
Got Mud In My Soda, Blunt Full Of Yoda
I’m Working, She Twerking, 

They Thinking We Get It Legit
And Now Thats More Trip, For More Flips
I Keep It Flipping Like A Monkey 
Come And Get Me If You Want Me

Girl, I’ma Kill The Pussy Til 
It Haunt Me Like A Ghost
I’m A Dog Ass Nigga On This Post

From The City Where A Niggas 
Do The Most For Lil Money
I Got Some Old Heads Did A Drill For Me
And I Can Hang With You Niggas And Feel Funny



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