Travis Johnson

(06 Sept 86 / Evansville, IN)

Bout Me


Bout me
I've been writin for 8 years now
Started with hip-hop
That’s when it all went down
Next was R&B
Had all the girls with frowns
Cause they was sad bout the words
I wrote down
Then there was Christian Rap
That’s how people knew our names
C-C-G me and Cornbread
Yeah we did our thang
Hanging out writing lyrics
From night to day
We both had daughters
So we went our own way
Then there was Iceman
Yeah he’s loco E
Started playing basketball
We turned to trouble you see
Bad boys from the booth
Every since young seeds
Yeah we was trouble makers
Jus him and me
Through him I met this girl
Made her my wife
I call her Double R
She turned me to right
After that 4 months later
She change my life
Out of the oven a beautiful girl
You can call it the night
Now whatever I do
I keep’em in sight
Now its Johnson, C-C-G, E&J
For life

Submitted: Sunday, February 15, 2009
Edited: Friday, January 29, 2010
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