Straight up and down
I want everybody to know
This jam right here contains.
. explicit lyrics
Crazy wicked nasty dirty nasty, snotty lyrics
But you'll love it
But overall, with e'rythang
I dedicate this to the memory, of my main man June Luv
My brother there is no other
Ahh my brother
Rest in peace
Peace my brother, and to my man Tito
Rest in peace
Ahh yeah peace, you know that, here we go
Makin rhymes just ain't no thang
All I do is siiiiing
When they boo and when they diss
I grab my ding-a-liiiing
Met the girl from down the hill
She said, "Umm whassup Jack?" Said, "Whassup Jill?"
We can get busy if you're on the pill
How you feel what's the deal girl I'm for real
Li-sten booty and listen good
I should I would if I only could
Jazzy Jill, you're a cutie
See yo' body I see your booty
Jack Lalanne ain't get you fruity
Spankin me up down, givin me a frown
Tryin my best must to act like a clown
Oooh, baby yo' skin is brown
Can we hang out and play the town?
Yo bust it, play the town
I took the booty to the flick on Rolla(?)
It was wack, a bullshit drama
Usher where's the balcony?
Damn my dick is hard baby
Hickies icky make me sick
Next thing you know she was suckin my
Ding-ding-ding-ding-ding don't be so quick
Take it slow, get every lick
YEAHHH BABY! Way to go!
Shot it in her mouth, she wanted mo'
Breath is Scope'n, stop your hopin
She's all mine I got her chokin
Where's my gun, you think I'm jokin?
Motherfucker, all you got is a token
Jill, your moms get skied alone
Pops is drunk so he is gone
Brother's jerkin his dick in the bed
Sister got FORTY LICKS suckin the head
So I swung the ho, I did a stunt
I'm good to go, baby don't you front
Sat her on my lap, put my finger in her cunt
Sat her on my lap, sat her on my lap
Sat her on my lap and put my finger in her cunt
When I finished I smoked a blunt Ahhhh, D-Square
Nice & Smooth is an underground East Coast rap duo from New York, composed of Greg Nice (Greg Mays) and Smooth B (Daryl Barnes).
Together, they made several albums in the late 1980s and early 1990s to little popular appeal, though their second album (Ain't a Damn Thing Changed, 1991) was a commercial success that included a minor hit in "Sometimes I Rhyme Slow". "Hip-Hop Junkies", which featured a sample from The Partridge Family's "I Think I Love You" was also a hit, and once performed live on Keenan Ivory Wayans "In Living Color". ... selengkapnya