Cali Hills

11370 words, 46 pages

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Way up in dem Cali Hills, burnin like the sun set
Anybody with a attitude, ima take it outta context
Ridin with them big things, lookin like a bomb threat
Bin Laden beard, afghan in a bomb vest, stranded on the death row
Makavali's on the benz truck, kicks retro
She wanna gaze at the stars
Through a panoramic view, pullin haze out the jar
AKA, I'm the best in the flesh
Getting blessed on the jet, it's a way to reflect
Hard work pays off, a boss, Cant you tell
By the bottles in the pail, and the models that we share
I'm into Real Estate, and the realest state of mind
We came from trigger play, for a dime
I'm tryna chill today, I got 2,000k on my mind
Dice in my hand, one roll, I blow your mind

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Ridin with them big things, lookin like a bomb threat
Bin Laden beard, afghan in a bomb vest, stranded on the death row
Makavali's on the benz truck, kicks retro
She wanna gaze at the stars
Through a panoramic view, pullin haze out the jar
AKA, I'm the best in the flesh
Getting blessed on the jet, it's a way to reflect
Hard work pays off, a boss, Cant you tell
By the bottles in the pail, and the models that we share
I'm into Real Estate, and the realest state of mind
We came from trigger play, for a dime
I'm tryna chill today, I got 2,000k on my mind
Dice in my hand, one roll, I blow your mind

Way up in dem Cali Hills, burnin like the sun set
Anybody with a attitude, ima take it outta context
Ridin with them big things, lookin like a bomb threat
Bin Laden beard, afghan in a bomb vest, stranded on the death row
Makavali's on the benz truck, kicks retro
She wanna gaze at the stars
Through a panoramic view, pullin haze out the jar
AKA, I'm the best in the flesh
Getting blessed on the jet, it's a way to reflect
Hard work pays off, a boss, Cant you tell
By the bottles in the pail, and the models that we share
I'm into Real Estate, and the realest state of mind
We came from trigger play, for a dime
I'm tryna chill today, I got 2,000k on my mind
Dice in my hand, one roll, I blow your mind

Way up in dem Cali Hills, burnin like the sun set
Anybody with a attitude, ima take it outta context
Ridin with them big things, lookin like a bomb threat
Bin Laden beard, afghan in a bomb vest, stranded on the death row
Makavali's on the benz truck ...

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