GLOCK 25
Tommy Richman Lyrics


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My shorty, my side, my Glock .25
Do you got the time? Do you got a light?
Would you roll one with me?
Roll one with me
My shorty, my side, my Glock .25
Do you got the time?
Do you got a light?
Would you roll one with me?
Roll one with me

You go back again
You go back again
I do it for the people that are holding me down
Just when you're around
Yeah, they know just what I'm supposed to now
Out of my pocket baby
Now
Been a few years you changed me
Now
Been a few years and change and fucked my life
Just from the side piece, please don't deny me
And then I'm noticing, I'm noticing you
And then I'm noticing you

My shorty, my side, my Glock .25
Do you got the time? Do you got a light?
Would you roll one with me?
Roll one with me
My shorty, my side, my Glock .25
Do you got the time?
Do you got a light?




Would you roll one with me?
Roll one with me

Overall Meaning

The portrayal of a close relationship between the singer, referred to as "my shorty," and their Glock .25 firearm is central to the lyrics of Tommy Richman's song "GLOCK 25." The repeated use of the phrase "My shorty, my side, my Glock .25" emphasizes the deep connection and reliance the singer has on both their romantic partner (shorty) and their weapon. This juxtaposition of elements typically associated with protection, intimacy, and danger creates a complex thematic landscape within the song.


The verses in the song suggest a sense of urgency and a desire for companionship, with the repeated questioning of "Do you got the time? Do you got a light? Would you roll one with me?" These lines can be interpreted as a plea for someone to spend time and engage in a shared experience with the singer. The act of rolling one together may symbolize engaging in a joint activity, possibly a form of escapism or bonding through substances.


The lyrics also touch upon themes of loyalty and support, as the singer expresses gratitude for those who have stood by them during challenging times. The lines "I do it for the people that are holding me down / Just when you're around / Yeah, they know just what I'm supposed to now" convey a sense of reliance on a supportive community that understands and guides the singer. This sense of camaraderie contrasts with the individualistic nature of the singer's bond with their Glock .25, highlighting the various relationships that shape their identity.


The final repetition of the chorus reinforces the significance of the trio of "shorty," "side," and firearm in the singer's life. The inclusion of the Glock .25 as a central figure in the singer's personal narrative suggests a fusion of protection, loyalty, and intimacy within their world. By intertwining themes of relationships, self-discovery, and reliance on external objects for empowerment, Tommy Richman's lyrics in "GLOCK 25" invite listeners to reflect on the multifaceted nature of human connections and the different forms they can take in shaping one's identity.


Line by Line Meaning

My shorty, my side, my Glock .25
My partner, my companion, my small firearm


Do you got the time? Do you got a light?
Are you available? Can you help me out?


Would you roll one with me?
Would you join me for a smoke?


Roll one with me
Let's smoke together


You go back again
You repeat the same actions


I do it for the people that are holding me down
I do things for those who support me


Just when you're around
Especially when you're present


Yeah, they know just what I'm supposed to know
They understand what I need to know


Out of my pocket baby
I'm ready to take action


Been a few years you changed me
Over time, you've had an impact on me


Been a few years and change and fucked my life
Things have changed over time and affected me negatively


Just from the side piece, please don't deny me
Just from my partner, please don't reject me


And then I'm noticing, I'm noticing you
Now I'm paying attention to you


My shorty, my side, my Glock .25
My partner, my companion, my small firearm


Do you got the time? Do you got a light?
Are you available? Can you help me out?


Would you roll one with me?
Would you join me for a smoke?


Roll one with me
Let's smoke together




Lyrics © Distrokid
Written by: Tommy Richman, Zachary Moon

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