Treasure Island

Fareez Nasir

(2 April 1995 / Singapore)

Smug Cobra


Don't tell me you've never heard
That Smug Cobra is my name
If you think I'm Phalez or Fareez
I tell you now we're the same

The same boy rocking that cap
Fitted or snapback on my head
Rings on my fingers, watch on my wrist
And that Smug belt on my waist

And a chain hanging off my left hip
And a few more around my neck
If you ever seen me in a blue shirt
It's Freeze Thirty-two written on it's back

Cause Smug Cobra is a brand
It's how I present myself to all
If you've ever been around Woodlands
Perhaps you see Smug written on walls

And it's the same Smug Cobra you heard
Back from 707 to Jairam clique
Still with that name through it all
Cause Smug Cobra is never weak

And this is the Smug Cobra you know
The one who don't give a damn
But if I might be like anyone else
There's a Smug Cobra in that man

2013

Submitted: Saturday, September 28, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 30, 2013
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