My Year by Aaron Cole


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AOTY by Aaron Cole

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My Year
by Aaron Cole

Album: AOTY


Part 1

Intro
Hey Mr. Aaron, um, your-your songs they're just amazing, I can't, I can't
They're so good you've outdone yourself
Um, I know you be tryin' and it's just, it's great
And you've moved up to the next level
You're-you're-you're so great, you're famous

Verse 1
Yeah, a lot of girls probably crying from my old high school, look
They see me everywhere they go I prolly would too, look
Crossed over to the Jordan man like I'm Michael, yeah
Eating blessings so much I might need lipo
Yeah, tailored for the dub's like I'm walking in chucks, yeah
It's just in His plan man I see how y'all all shook, look
Knew that I was great ever since I was a rook'
Man all y'all singles making me look good, okay
Praise to the Most High yeah, that's Jesús, look
But when it comes to this rap thing I can't lose, yeah
Back to back number 1's that's a thing greats do, yeah
Tell them boys that ain't nothing I can't do

Chorus
It's my year
It's my year, look
God made me for this man, this my year, look
Ain't no more games going for the kill (Yeah, yeah, yeah)
Working for this way before a deal (Let's go, let's go)
'Cause this my year (This my year)
This my year (This my)
Look, God made me for this man, this my year (Okay, okay, yeah)
Ain't no more games going for the kill (For the kill)
Working for this way before a deal (Sheesh, sheesh)

Verse 2
Ball in my hand got the magic touch
I just run the play and it's immaculate
So consistent that they call me Mr. Clutch
If you wanna beat me need a lot of luck
I gotta get it shawty like Lloyd
But y'all still be treating me like a boy
So I'm here to take over the whole game
'Cause yall leave me no choice
Really I don't see a lot of people just on the level I'm at, yeah
I say it every year cause every year my year and that's just facts, look
All I see is prosperity God the only one ahead of me just for the clarity
Can't teach favor this that hard work mixed wit' God's grace so honestly
Homie, I really think you should be scared of me
I got the recipe this my destiny, ayy, ayy
Don't believe you can step to me, won't get the best of me
Do the right thing, like it's Spike Lee directing me
Getting everything I want I'm going Rambo, yeah
I hope you know that this my year because He said so

Chorus
It's my year
It's my year
Look, God made me for this man, this my year
Look, Ain't no more games going for the kill (Yeah, yeah, yeah)
Working for this way before a deal (Let's go, let's go)
'Cause this my year (This my year)
This my year (This my)
Look, God made me for this man, this my year (This my year)
Ain't no more games going for the kill (Going for it)
Working for this way before a deal, yeah (Ayy)

Part 2

Intro
Yessir
Classic, uh

Verse
Who you know mixing the old and the new I'm like the modern day Fabulous
Took what Satan meant for bad and I made that thing fabulous
They mentioning others wit my name and I ain't having it
Gave me motivation so I had to get up after it, uh
I can't help it man I get it from my pops
So I don't got time for Kids Bop, Travis Scott's
Since day one I been the hottest on the block, uh
Since day one I told em Jesus is the rock
Take 'em back to the days when I was walking to school
I couldn't wait to get out so I could get in the booth, yeah
Look, my teacher worried bout my classes
I told her I'm just tryna make a classic
Wanting me to sell my soul I told em I refuse
These wanna be me's copying moves y'all cute
If y'all don't rock with me I'm cool with being on the outside
Forget they closest ones when they searching for the clout high
Yeah, when they searching for they clout high
These dudes Eddie Murphy but who get the last laugh
What's done for God the only thing that's ever gone last
And that's facts
It's my year, homie



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