JAKE MILLER lyrics - Us Against Them

Number One Rule

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The used to say I'd never make it And that's the reason that I will And I ain't being cocky, I'm just tryna keep it real As a kid I used to wonder how a million dollars feel Now it's 30 shows a month, signing million dollar deals All these dreams I was chasing, started in my basement Now I'm on the road, killin shows around the nation People used to doubt me, now they're slowly changing I put em in their place like a real estate agent Ha-ha, man it's crazy how we came up A year ago these people let it go and look my name up Yea I got a dream, best believe that I'll pursue it I swear I'll be the best to ever do it 'Cause I'll be number 1 one day No, I don't wanna be forgotten I'll be at the top someday Number 2's just not an option So everybody watch me, you know how I do Yea I'm feeling good now, tell me how are you I be livin life with my whole damn crew 'Cause the number 1 rule is never be number 2, number 2 hey! Yea, I'm the man around my city I'm taking over the world, got the Millertary with me Yea we started from the bottom, now we worldwide known man I'm famous on the internet, my rims are Google Chrome yea I'm all over the web baby, you can call me Charlotte 20k a night, man I used to shop at Target Shutting down your city, the second I arrive Like, "Hey, aren't you that rapper kid that sings 'A Million Lives? '" All these cameras get to flashin when I'm out in public I came a long way from bagging groceries at Publix But I was dreamin big so I had to go pursue it I swear I'll be the best to ever do it 'Cause I'll be number 1 one day No, I don't wanna be forgotten I'll be at the top someday Number 2's just not an option So everybody watch me, you know how I do Yea I'm feeling good now, tell me how are you I be livin life with my whole damn crew 'Cause the number 1 rule is never be number 2, number 2 hey! I won't stop til I'm the best And I'll never settle for anything less I won't stop til I'm the best, til I'm the best And I'll never settle for anything less I won't stop til I'm the best, til I'm the best And I'll never settle for anything less I won't stop til I'm the best, til I'm the best And I'll never settle for anything less [x2:] 'Cause I'll be number 1 one day No, I don't wanna be forgotten I'll be at the top someday Number 2's just not an option So everybody watch me, you know how I do Yea I'm feeling good now, tell me how are you I be livin life with my whole damn crew 'Cause the number 1 rule is never be number 2, number 2 hey!

#1

JOE BUDDEN "Joe Budden"
Joey! Let's go back in the days before your present Back when it was a little more pleasent Before I knew this rap shit would ever lure me in Let's go back like Mike Fox in the Delorean Back in the day shit, back to the basics When brass knuckles used to leave a nigga face ticked Its back to the Diadoras and the Asics It's back to the New Editon and The Take 6 I'm Number one, one, one, one Damn it feels good to see hip-hop say its number one Let's go way back if you able to do the math yeah I'm talkin' bout the pool table in the cafe yeah When the strip was introduce to Paruiqo Commodore 64 and Coleco Not back to Cali back to the valley Back to dapadere yall back to Bally's Back before Puma and Stange' Before Zhane and go a little further back to Kwame Damn we came a long way I'm Number one, one, one, one Damn it feels good to see hip-hop say its number one I remeber break dancin' cardboards and backflips the royal blue and the orange Patricks wudn't like you homo sucka's I had the low top Converse cause I could change my logos color I remember way back when every clan was stylin' Flava Flav clocks and X-Clan medallions In class see a girl you glance at her pass her a note do you like me? Circle a answer I'm Number one, one, one, one Damn it feels good to see hip-hop say its number one Winters not the best time warm it up Kane had came through The eight ball jackets and Columbia Rain suits We ain't pay minds to the length of our chains Transformers was a dance Decepticons was a gang yall I'm talkin bout sheep skins Talkin bout wearn two pair of jeans when moms gave me a beatin' after school three o clock we was able to fight park dibs yall two turn tables and mike like I'm Number one, one, one, one Damn it feels good to see hip-hop say its number one What about when Public Enemy came out and they dropped a classic or the Pee-Wee Herman and the Roger Rabbit and the nerds took our tests and they passed em for us back to the roof top back to latin quarters the olds school's new school now it's the same ol It's back to Fila's, gazelles and Kango's It's back to 40 ounces back to OE Not back to rope chains but back to Gold teeth I was the class clown just snappin at cats Let's go back to the (?) with the matchin' hats Remember the Real Roxanne remember all (?) Remember Kool Moe Dee remember Lord Finesse I bumped Run-D.M.C. almost every weekend The Bronx and Queensbridge just couldn't stop beefin' Kept it on wax they ain't have to pack heat Back to Ron Zee tapes back to Black Sheep I'm Number one, one, one, one Damn it feels good to see hip-hop say its number one Come on say it with me Im talkin' old Bobby Brown before he (?) Whitney I used bring all my touys in the tub with me A snotty nose kid eatin boogers It was Ultimate Warrior and Jimmy Fly Snooka on sometimes I read scriptures like Psalms maybe and I didn't wanna go to church but my moms made me TV made me laugh I remember night rider cause Kit used to save his ass Let's go back to spoonin' back to Black Moon and back to when wrestlin' had it's own cartoon and they used to sleep on us now they demand us Will smith told parents they just can't understand us back to playin the dozens back to humpin' our prettiest girl cousin psyche! I'm buggin. NWA was simply known Let' get back on the block I'm talkin Quincy Jones I gotta Jones yall I'm Number one, one, one, one Damn it feels good to see hip-hop say its number one Let's go back before I burned the booth when Tevin Campbell was ill before the whole world learned the truth Hip hop had a message then dudes was droppin I never got what I wanted on back to school shoppin' Think about, used to be about shit That was back when I still got easter outfits We all grew up all older folks Its more than just music its a culture folks We Number one, one, one, one Damn it feels good to see hip-hop say its number one Remember sugar water what was the name of the fuckin' drink that they said the fuckin triple K The Klu Klux Klan and shit had put some shit in and The black niggaz were gon' die - huh? Whatever that was, you niggaz knew about it

We're All Dude's

LESS THAN JAKE
It's time to put hard times behind it all the bad things off your mind He's feeling good she's feeling good we're feeling good, yeah Just hanging out just having fun we're number one just hanging out just having fun [Chorus:] I'm a dude he's a dude she's a dude we're all dudes, hey [x2] There's nothing better than your friends there's no problem you can't win someone who's always got your back not caring about this and that Just hanging out just having fun we're number one just hanging out just having fun [Chorus (x2)] It's all about meeting new faces a smile is on your face and you can't erase it partying on, it's going on partying on, to the break of dawn It's time to put hard times behind it all the bad things off your mind Just hanging out just having fun we're number one just hanging out just having fun Just hanging out just having fun we're number one [Chorus (x2)] Uh, wait what are we doing now? Uh, yo, we're breaking it down... Rock on dude, haha [Chorus] yea Less than jake uh uh no?

A Damn Good Country Song

JERRY LEE LEWIS "Odd Man In"
Well I've took enough pills for big Memphis town Ol' Jerry Lee's dranked enough whiskey to lift any ship off the ground I'll be the first to admit Sure do wish these people would quit it You know its tough enough To straightin' up when these idiots won't leave you alone. Jerry Lee Lewis's life would make a damn good country song I've always done my best I've tried to walk tall Walk on Killer But when the evening was over I was drunk stumbling into walls Well I know I've earned my reputation Can't they see I've found my salvation? I guess they'd rather prove me wrong My life would make a damn good country song Lets get it now! I've had my share of women But they always seem to leave Gonna put me another quarter In the ol' pinball machine Well I know the ol' Killers been wrong That ol' change came over me took too long My life would make a damn good country song Jerry Lee Lewis's life would make a damn good country song!

We Had It All

WAYLON JENNINGS "Honky Tonk Heroes"
I can hear the wind a-blowing in my mind Just the way it used to sound through the Georgia pines And you were there to answer when I called You and me we had it all. Remember how I used to touch your hair While reaching for the feeling that was always there You were the best thing in my life I can recall You and me we had it all. I know that we can never live those times again So I let my dreams take me back to where we have been Then I'll stay with you girl as long as I can Oh, it was so good, oh, it was so good Oh, it was so good when I was your man. I'll never stop believing in your smile Even though you didn't stay it was all worth while You were the best thing in my life I can recall You and me we had it all. You and me we had it all...

High Cost Of Living

JAMEY JOHNSON "That Lonesome Song"
I was just a normal guy Life was just a nine to five With bills and pressure Piled up to the sky She never asked She knew I'd be Hangin' with my wilder friends Looking for some other way to fly And three days straight was no big feat Could get by with no food or sleep And crazy was becoming my new norm I'd pass out on the bedroom floor And sleep right through the calm before the storm My life was just an old routine Every day the same damn thing I couldn't even tell I was alive I tell you The high cost of livin' Ain't nothing like the cost of livin' high That southern Baptist parking lot Is where I'd go to smoke my pot Sit there in my pickup truck and pray Staring at that giant cross Just reminded me that I was lost And it just never seemed to point the way As soon as Jesus turned his back I find my way across the track Lookin' just to score . . . another deal With my back against that damn eight ball I didn't have to think or talk . . . or feel My life was just an old routine Every day the same damn thing I couldn't even tell I was alive I tell you The high cost of livin' Ain't nothing like the cost of livin' high My whole life went through my head Layin' in that motel bed Watchin' as the cops kicked in the door I had a job and a piece of land My sweet wife was my best friend But I traded that for cocaine and a whore With my new found sobriety I've got the time to sit and think Of all the things I had . . . and threw away This prison is much colder than That one that I was locked up in just yesterday My life is just an old routine Every day the same damn thing Hell I can't even tell if I'm alive I tell you The high cost of livin' Ain't nothing like the cost of livin' high I tell you The high cost of livin' Ain't nothing like the cost of livin' high

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