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Pusha T - Numbers On The Boards Lyrics

I’m So Bossy, Bitch, Get Off Me
It’s A Different Jingle When 
You Hear These Car Keys
Your SL’s Missing An S, Nigga

Your Plane’s Missing A Chef
The Common Thing See 
They Both Got Wings
If You Fly, Do It To Death

It’s Only One God, 
And It’s Only One Crown
So It’s Only One King That Can 
Stand On This Mound

King Push, Kingpin, Overlord
Coast Guard Come 
A Hundred Going Overboard
I Got Money With The Best Of ‘Em

Go Blow For Blow With Any Mexican
Don’t Let Your Side Bitches Settle In
Might Have To Headbutt Your Evelyn
Ballers, I Put Numbers On The Boards

Hard To Get A Handle On 
This Double-Edged Sword
Whether Rapping Or
I’m Rapping To A Whore

Might Reach Back And Relapse 
To Wrapping Up This Raw
Givenchy Fittin’ Like It’s Gym Clothes
We Really Gymstars, I’m Like D. Rose

No D-League, I’m Like These Clothes
88 Jordan, Leaping From The Free Throw
Ballers, I Put Numbers On The Boards
Motherfuckers Can’t Rhyme No More, 

Bout Crime No More
Mix Drug And Show Money, 
Biggs Berke On Tour
Twenty-Five Bricks, 

Move Work Like Chore
Hit Delaware Twice, 
Needed Twenty-Five More
I See Flaw, 

Cracks In Your Diamond
CB4 When You Rhyme, Simple Simon
Come And Meet The Pieman, 
A Must That I Flaunt It

The Legend Grows Legs When 
It Comes Back To Haunt Us
Ballers, I Put Numbers On The Boards
Ballers, I Put Numbers On The Boards

Can’t A Bitch Live And Say 
I Bought Her Michael Kors?
Every Car Driven Was 
Decided By The Horse

Keep The Sticker In The Window 
Case You Wonder What It Cost
How Could You Relate When 
You Ain’t Never Been Great?

And Rely On Rap Money To Keep 
Food On Up Your Plates, Nigga?
I Might Sell A Brick On My Birthday

Thirty-Six Years Of Doing 
Dirt Like It’s Earth Day, God
Ballers, I Put Numbers On The Boards


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