Tommy Laster

Rookie - 10 Points (Feb 7 1988 / Born In Thomasville Ga Current City: Adel Ga)

Don't Get Caught Up


All my energy dryed up,
like a dead Panasonic battery,
what about that young boy with dreams,
maybe girl he's gone,
you don't want to be me,
always people hateing main flow,
go to city hall become powerfull,
but what's power without her,
understand me a better world,
don't misplace her she's your love life,
new game don't quit,
everybody always getting caught up,
FizTzle just don't get caught up,
so sleepy of some mess,
that's the nice way of saying it,
but once more again feel me,
don't tell on me yes she stripping,
all I got to say follow me,
don't get caught up,
caught up don't get,
get caught up don't.

Submitted: Wednesday, January 01, 2014

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