“11 years old I was sittin’ on the block. Yeah my family had a little so I hid it in my sock. Sold them pills like they was skittles. Yeah I always made a lot. I was always dodgin’ 12, putting work in off the clock. Almost got cuffed, it was too much, it was a lot of drama. It was da streets that raising me, had to be dad and mama. I was young, head strong, wasn’t lettin’ up. Disrespectful my demeanor didn’t know who to trust.” – Verse 1
“Did all this dirt and still ain’t dirty. Baby I’m outchea so don’t worry. Im in da field without no jersey. Did all this dirt and still ain’t dirty. Did all this dirt and still ain’t dirty. I came through popped up on the first day. She say she love me cause I’m worthy. I did all this dirt and still ain’t dirty. Now my mama straight, I ain’t gotta push no weight. I came from the dirt, now I’m living great. Said I wasn’t gon’ make it, look how hard they hate it. We never had enough and now the bank we break it.” – Chorus
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