No Love • VOGGE

ADDED BY NATOU (APR 13, 2016 AT 11:31 PM) 11,343 VIEWS EDIT

Genre: Ragga/Rap/Hip-Hop
Year: 2016

Pa gen rans
Pa gen cho
VOGGE
Shoki 3x

[Hook]
I ain't looking for no love (From you haters)
Got the world to see (World to see)
Goals to keep (Fanm to please)
Don't wait on me (Oh they come for me)
I'm on a G5 flight
On my way to a continent though (Haiti baby, to africa baby)
I'm on a benzo
Shoki to the bank though
Baz sa pa janm geyen cho

[Verse 1 ]
I got $30000 in my pocket right now
These these be hating right now
If you see me in the streets on my Audi A5
Back back I got money on the side (Big bags )
My car (Tricked out )
We cruising on the i95
We be winning
We be chilling
Now put your VOGGE V sign To the sky
Baby c quoi le truc
Je pensais que bouger les fesses c etait le but
Cherie , Mais fais ton truc
Pas besoin d avoir honte t es the baddest chic

[Hook]
I ain't looking for no love (From you haters)
Got the world to see (World to see)
Goals to keep (Fanm to please)
Don't wait on me (Oh they come for me)
I'm on a G5 flight
On my way to a continent though (Haiti baby, to africa baby)
I'm on a benzo
Shoki to the bank though
Baz sa pa janm geyen cho

[Verse 2]
L’argent L’amour Cela me suis toujours
Je suis foutu J ai la tete qui tourne
Toutes les femmes me suivent toujours mec
Cela m arrive sans faire la cour mec (2x)

Baby c quoi le truc
Je pensais que bouger les fesses c etait le but
Alors , Cherie fais fais Mais fais ton truc
Pas besoin d avoir honte T es the baddest chic
Cherie already dancing
Shaking that tail
Bouncing, when I throw money in the air
On est pas ventard
Quand on a les preuves en main
L’argent et l amour font tout le monde du bien 


[Hook]
I ain't looking for no love (From you haters)
Got the world to see (World to see)
Goals to keep (Fanm to please)
Don't wait on me (Oh they come for me)
I'm on a G5 flight
On my way to a continent though (Haiti baby, to africa baby)
I'm on a benzo
Shoki to the bank though
Baz sa pa janm geyen cho

I set trends
Call me trendsetta
You could be my friend
I can be your friend
I call my dawgs
You call your girlfriends
We'll fly to Japan
And spend 10 grand
(10 grand on a titie show
You know I'm in your
Hood like a Pakistan store
10 grand on a titie show
All black benzo
Show boat like gwolobo) 2x

[Outro]

World to see (World to see)
Goals to keep (Fanm to please)
Don't wait on me (Oh they come for me)
Oh na na na!




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