Lloyd Banks feat. I don't wanna hurt you, play with your mind Have you runnin in circles, don't let me get in your way Get in your way Yeah! You need someone to hold you down and wreck, ya life's fucked up I gotta shake you out my system cause with the fuckin and kissin And all your emotions mixin puts me in a tough position Baby what I am supposed to do? I can't control my actions when I'm close to you We been away too long, girl we overdue I guess the cake get enough, you wanna eat it too See me and you, have a magnet in between, like it's pullin me close I'm like a addict for your scream, you're fully loaded toast A automatic with the beam, the baddest on the coast I got to have you like the green, your swagger's more than most I got a sex drive that won't allow me to 'lax Bring on the next five, look how they crowd on my lap Booty breast thighs keep ya boy relapsin back And you deserve way more than that, I'll just fall back [Chorus: Jeremih] I think I love you, don't let me get in the way Get in the way Don't let me stop you girl, from doin your thing Doin your thing 'Cause I don't deserve you NO! I don't wanna hurt you, play with your mind Have you runnin in circles, don't let me get in your way Get in your way [Outro: Jeremih] I've been thinkin a long time, that, wishin that you were just all mines But, maybe this is the wrong time, yeah, that I deserve ya, I don't deserve ya I've been thinkin a long time, that, wishin that you were just all mines But, maybe this is the wrong time, yeah, that I deserve ya, I don't deserve ya I don't deserve ya, I don't deserve ya, I don't deserve ya Submitted by walter at Fri Oct 17, am.
Today, we're going to bat for Lloyd Banks. Christopher Charles Lloyd, aka Lloyd Banks, is one of the most gifted wordsmiths of all time. Yes, 50 Cent may be the face of G-Unit , but Banks is undoubtedly the rapper in the group with the strongest bars. Punchlines come so easy to Banks that entire gems lay undiscovered, hidden within meticulous wordplay, for months before listeners catch on to his genius.
In the world of East Coast rap music , rhyming about gangs, gunshots, and drugs wasn't just a trend; it was the life of New York rappers like 50 Cent and his friend Lloyd Banks. At the start of the new millennium, Banks, 50 Cent , and their group G-Unit thrived in the city's mixtape scene. G-Unit's first major-label release went double platinum before Banks released two successful solo albums.
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