Lil Uzi Vert - XO TOUR Llif3

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XO TOUR Llif3

[Intro]
Are you alright?
I'm alright, I'm quite alright
And my money's right
8… (yeah)
Countin' them bands
All way to the top 'til they be fallin' over
Countin' them bands
On my way to the top 'til we fallin' over
 
[Chorus]
I don't really care if you cry
On the real, you shoulda never lied
Shoulda saw the way she looked me in my eyes
She said: "Baby, I am not afraid to die."
Push me to the edge
All my friends are dead
Push me to the edge
All my friends are dead
Push me to the edge
All my friends are dead
Push me to the edge
 
[Verse 1]
Phantom that's all red, inside all white
Like somethin' you ride a sled down, I just want that head
My Brittany got mad, I'm barely her man now
Everybody got the same swag now
Watch the way that I tear it down
Stackin' my bands all the way to the top
All the way 'til my bands fallin' over
Every time that you leave your spot
Your girlfriend call me like, "Come on over!"
I like the way that she treat me
Gon' leave you, won't leave me, I call it that Casanova
She say I'm insane, yeah
I might blow my brain out
Xanny, help the pain, yeah
Please, Xanny, make it go away
I'm committed, not addicted, but it keep control of me
All the pain, now I can't feel it
I swear that it's slowin' me, yeah
 
[Chorus]
I don't really care if you cry
On the real, you shoulda never lied
Saw the way she looked me in my eyes
She said: "I am not afraid to die."
All my friends are dead
Push me to the edge
All my friends are dead, yeah
Push me to the edge
All my friends are dead, yeah
All my friends are dead, yeah
 
[Verse 2]
That is not your swag, I swear you fake hard
Now these niggas wanna take my cadence
Rain on 'em, thunderstorm, rain on 'em
Medicine, lil' nigga, take some
Fast car, NASCAR, race on 'em
In the club, ain't got no ones, then we would beg them
Clothes from overseas, got the racks and they all C-Notes
You is not a G though
Lookin' at you stackin' all your money, it all green though
I was countin' that and these all twenties, that's a G-roll
 
[Bridge]
She say, "You're the worst, you're the worst."
I cannot die because this my universe
 
[Chorus]
I don't really care if you cry
On the real, you shoulda never lied
Shoulda saw the way she looked me in my eyes
She said, "Baby, I am not afraid to die."
Push me to the edge
All my friends are dead
Push me to the edge
All my friends are dead
Push me to the edge
All my friends are dead
Push me to the edge
 
Submitted by La Fille avec le Visage on Sat, 01/07/2017 - 03:23
Last edited by La Fille avec le Visage on Thu, 19/10/2017 - 00:11
Thanks!

 

Comments
petit élève    Thu, 12/10/2017 - 21:05

Actually I wouldn't mind an English translation Regular smile

petit élève    Thu, 12/10/2017 - 21:13

What is this strange language anyway? A US dialect of yoofspeak or something?

La Fille avec le Visage    Thu, 12/10/2017 - 22:03

That's a good question ... rap is kind of its own language now. People who listen to rap on a regular basis sometimes don't even know what a lot of the words mean. Nowadays, only rappers know the real meanings of their songs :P.

petit élève    Thu, 12/10/2017 - 22:23

Same story in France. I was a social worker in the suburbs of Paris for a few years, and became quite adept at (French) yoofspeak. I noticed many words were like Orwell's nuspeak, changing meaning according to the mood of their users, and many kids simply did not know what they meant.
One day I was in my car chatting with a teenage kid and inadvertently called the city block we were passing through "Alphabet City" (like in the Bronx - that was a nickname we used among social workers for this godawful place).
The little guy just pretended he knew the name, and even reused it a couple times in the following days, like "Hey Mister, any news from Alphabet City lately?" Teeth smile

La Fille avec le Visage    Fri, 13/10/2017 - 15:55

Haha, I feel like we have a lot of that in America, but we use the words so often that it's just the most commonly used name of a word. Sometimes either I have no idea what the 'yoofspeak' means, and other times I don't even know what the original word was as I have used the common one so often for a long time.