Tag: chance the rapper

  • I hope you get a paper cut on your tongue
    From a razor in a paper cup.
    I hope every soda you drink’s already shaken up.
    I hope your dreams dry like raisins in the baking sun.
    I hope your titties’ all saggy in your early 20s.
    I hope there’s always snow in your driveway.
    I hope you never get off Fridays…
    And you work at a Friday’s that’s always busy on Fridays.

    Chance the Rapper, “Baby Blue,” from Action Bronson’s Mr. Wonderful, 2015. More from Chance…
  • What’s better than tripping is falling in love.
    What’s better than Letterman, Leno, Fallon, and all the above?
    What’s better than popping bottles trying to ball in the club?
    Is the first caveman pops with his son, ball and a club.
    What’s better than paper is balling it up.
    What’s better than followers is actually falling in love.
    What’s better than frolicking, follies, fallin in mud?
    Rolling in green pastures, wandering, following love.
    What’s better than eating is feeding your fam.
    What’s better than meetings is missing meetings to meet with your fam.
    What’s better than leaning and needing your Xan?
    Is hitting your zan dreaming a dream could mean leaving the land.
    What’s better than yelling is hollering love.
    What’s better than rhymes, nickles, dimes, dollars, and dubs?
    Is dialing up your darling just for calling her up.
    There ain’t nothing better than falling in love.

    Chance the Rapper, “Interlude (That’s Love),” Acid Rap, 2013
  • My new shorty got a gymnastic back,
    ‘87 emerald green on a classic Jag.
    She had the cleft palate, I ordered chef’s salad;
    She had the club foot, with that little arm,
    I couldn’t help but laugh…she ordered Chicken Parm.

    Action Bronson, “NaNa,” from Chance The Rapper’s Acid Rap, 2013
  • Blow out your speakers, roll some more loud;
    That’s the sound of the reefer, I think my parents is proud.
    Thank my fans in the bleachers, think my teachers need features,
    I think I’m walking with Jesus, I knew my feet wouldn’t drown.

    Chance the Rapper, “Somewhere in Paradise,” 2015