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Logic Lyrics


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Y'all niggas overdoin' it
You gotta slow that shit down
Take your time, reevaluate your shit, it don't matter (watch)
Niggas ain't got money, ain't got time
Fuck it, just say this shit
You and me
Gon' live together in this perfect harmony (I hear 'em callin')
I can hear 'em callin' me
We've come a long way since H.O.C. (watch)
You and me
Gon' live together in this perfect harmony (I hear 'em callin')
I can hear 'em callin' me
We've come a long way since H.O.C. (watch)

I live by the beat, I die by the beat, since 1990, I (I)
Live by the beat, I die by the beat, like MPC Akai
Who I name William after 'cause I get bills from these beats
Fuck the industry, know we keepin' it real up in these streets
Came up in a world that's off its axis
All that's promised, death and taxes
Don't give a fuck who be rhyming the fastest my anxiety
Make me spit it a mile a minute
I'm stuck in a clinic like Flint Montgomery
Take a step back, tell me right now, boy, just what your summary
Creeping through fireside
Smash the window of that fire ride
Just to see what we can snatch from up inside
'Til the flashin' lights come 'round that corner then we run and hide
Prayin' to God up in Heaven eleven at night and I got no alibi
My damn dip to Stewart Town
Best not come 'round these parts if you new in town
Wonder what my homies from back in the day livin' at, are doin' now
Running with my sister Jinny, schooling me like Mr. Feeny
This is the first time I heard a gunshot on the block
Growing pains (three), this the type of shit don't never stop
Here come the cops
Shooting up the hood like black ops
'Cause trigger happy police tend to trigger happy people
And some people who believe we not equal shoot up the steeple
My God, if you exist then why do you make life so hard?
If you exist you make the way you think is avant garde
If you exist you got a funny way of showing it
What happens in the afterlife?
These people think they know and shit
And on that note, I keep it G
Like track four, "Kick in the Door" by Notorious B.I.G.
Don't believe me, look that shit up, I promise you'll find the key
To that punchline, feelin' just fine
Let the abyss of my mind, my mind consume
Snap my fingers like Thanos and Bobby Boy bringin' the doom
'Cause I'm 6:30, killin' shit, hands down and dirty
That white boy can't rap, he talk good and act nerdy
I just texted Erykah Badu
To let her know what I'm gon' to do
Sample "Dreamflower" by Tarika Blue
That's cool with you?
Yeah, that's fine baby, all gravy
Long as you know you my baby
And I beat yo' daddy like if he ever cheat on me
I mean she don't own the sample but she might as well
'Cause her and Dilla paved the way for all I got, and, well
I'ma show my gratitude, no attitude, no auto-tune like T-Pain
Doin' Unplugged, I'm unplugged, like Trinity
Wonder how the people gonna remember me, goddamn
Switch up the plan
We all say it, we all claim it but it's no use
The greatest rapper alive is probably stacking produce
Introduce you to my train of thought
Snapping on a track like the illest conductor
With no contradiction
I brought my heart to the table
Fact and never fiction, fuck a fable
Ready and willing you better believe I'm able to spit
Power through these lines faster than fiber-optic cable, I'm gone

You and me
Gon' live together in this perfect harmony (I hear 'em callin')
I can hear 'em callin' me
We've come a long way since H.O.C. (watch)
You and me
Gon' live together in this perfect harmony (I hear 'em callin')
I can hear 'em callin' me
We've come a long way since H.O.C. (watch)

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From the bottom
When you come from the bottom, you ain't get no chances, man
I'ma do this shit 'til the Fourth Of July, blow up straight to the sky (watch)
Nigga fuck it, we high
I remember when a nigga had to ask for money
It's been a long time since I had to do that shit (watch)
This shit ain't free
I got the roof over my head and a bed, nigga, my bitch givin' me head
I'd rather get money instead
Man, it's Bobby Boy Records in this bitch
Y'all niggas better write this shit down (it don't matter)
'Cause 10 years from now, we on top
And we ain't never gon' stop
All money in (watch)

This album marks the reunion of Logic and No I.D.




For the first time in six years
Since the inception of its predecessor

Overall Meaning

, the song "G.P.4" serves as the fourth installment in Logic's "Growing Pains" series. The lyrics tackle various themes such as personal growth, self-reflection, and the challenges faced in the music industry.


The song starts with Logic urging others to slow down and reevaluate their actions and priorities. He emphasizes the importance of taking time and not getting caught up in the pursuit of money and fame. The lyrics reflect his belief in staying true to oneself and keeping it real, even in a industry that can often be superficial.


As the song progresses, Logic reminisces about his journey in the music industry, referencing his breakthrough mixtape "Young Sinatra" and his growth since then. He highlights his dedication to the craft, stating that he lives and dies by the beats, comparing himself to the MPC Akai, a renowned music production tool. He expresses his frustration with the industry and its pressures, proclaiming that he's focused on keeping it authentic in the streets.


Furthermore, Logic delves into his personal experiences growing up in a turbulent environment. He touches on topics such as poverty, violence, and police brutality, questioning the existence of a higher power and the hardship of life. He also pays homage to influential artists, mentioning Erykah Badu and J Dilla as inspirations for his music.


In the final verses, Logic asserts his confidence and skill as a rapper, dismissing critics who question his abilities. He references Notorious B.I.G.'s "Kick in the Door" and asserts his prowess, mentioning his unique ability to convey his thoughts without relying on autotune. He showcases his versatility by name-dropping his texts with Erykah Badu and his plans to sample Tarika Blue's "Dreamflower," revealing his dedication to the art form.


Overall, "G.P.4" captures Logic's journey as an artist, his dedication to authenticity, and his introspective thoughts on life and the music industry.




Lyrics © BMG Rights Management, Universal Music Publishing Group, REACH MUSIC PUBLISHING, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
Written by: Robert Bryson Hall II, Arjun Ivatury, Andre Benjamin, Ernest Wilson, Gary RInaldo, Adam Feeney, Rui Wen Pan

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Carlos Garcia

Logic did disappoint with his last two albums but he really really redeemed himself for his final one from beginning to end it’s a masterpiece that will be underrated it reminds me of Pete rick and cl smooths 95 main Ingredient album after that album they broke up on a high note

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austin johnson

literally already loving this album so much

Douglas Maile

Me too

Anthony Gomez

only 3 songs in

Will Forever PUBG

Outkast sample...the producers was genus when flipping this song...Logic pick a part track

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