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Lil Baby - Life Goes On

Cook that shit up, Quay

[Verse 1: Lil Baby]
Trackhawk Jeep goes too fast (Too fast)
I don't even wear no seatbelt (Seatbelt)
Bad lil' bitch got no breasts (No breasts)
Upgrade, now she got D-cups (D-cups)
Hop out the Range, I'm glowin' (Glowin')
Who is Lil Baby? He goin' in (Goin' in)
Man, these old rappers gettin' borin' (Borin')
They be takin' shots, I ignored 'em (Ignored 'em)
Send that pack to the hood while I'm tourin' (Tourin')
Makin' plays out of town like I'm Jordan (Jordan)
Need to go get your ho 'cause she whorin' (Whorin')
If her ball come my way, I'ma score it (Score it)
Lamborghini, I don't want no Porsches (Porsches)
I'm on fire, don't touch me, I'm scorchin' (Scorchin')
Had to fix all my teeth, I went porcelain (Porcelain)
Put the town on my back, I'm a horseman (Horseman)
One more year, I'ma make it to Forbes' List (Forbes' List)
They love me in the Bay like E-40 (40)
I be sittin' exotic on Moreland (Moreland)
Ain't no strings attached, keepin' it cordless (Cordless)
She keep callin', but I keep ignorin' it (Ignorin' it)
Ain't no stoppin', I'm keepin' it, floorin' it (Nawl)
Man, these niggas can't stop me, I'm goin' in (Nawl)
Man, these niggas can't stop me, I'm goin' in (Nawl)

"Life Goes On" is a song by American rapper Lil Baby featuring fellow American rappers Gunna and Lil Uzi Vert from the former's debut studio album "Harder Than Ever". The song was written by the artists alongside producer Quay Global. The song sees the rappers delivering boastful lyrics about their lifestyles. Lil Baby uses his signature melodic flow as he sing-raps about his popularity and having many prostitutes. The next verse is performed by Gunna, while Lil Uzi Vert performs an eight-line verse about having prostitutes in different cities and their Patek Philippe SA. The song received generally favorable reviews from critics. Israel Daramola of Spin wrote the song was especially one of the "solid records" from "Harder Than Ever". Kenan Draughorne of HipHopDX cited the song as an example in which "subtle melodies in his delivery elevate his blistering flow to another level", adding that "Lil Uzi Vert and Gunna contribute impressive verses as well".

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