Rick Ross – Marathon Lyrics

Rick Ross Marathon Lyrics

I’m really just discussing this between me and you
Nobody else, it’s just me and you (Maybach Music)

Richer than I’ve ever been, thought it’d make a lot of sense
Assume I was an honor student how I deal with politics
Fired all the managers, thought it’d make a lot of sense
Things that I can manifest, now I’m makin’ all the chips
N***** got you checkin’ in ’cause they feel you counterfeit
Murder one and aggravated, still can send all kind of hits
Purchase homes in several states, realtors give me compliments (Ha)
Really, we just opposites, do without the opulence
Really, it’s just common sense
N****, I am more than rich
I am more than rich
Lil’ homie, I am more than rich

AMG, that’s upper scale, send them fools a hundred shells
Bel Air worth eight hundred mil’, n****, I fruit for sell
I accept all challenges, they’ll go for all amateurs
Put you on a T-shirt, boy, better yet, a bannister
How you wanna handle this? Mother have them candles lit
Chairman of the 305, rarely do you feed your guys
Watch you as you rub your hands, I can see it in your eyes
Jealousy, that’s in your soul, tell me what you sacrificed
(Tell me what you sacrificed, tell me what you sacrificed, tell me what you sacrificed)

Envy won’t be tolerated, so let’s cut this conversation
And true love what I got for mine, otherwise it’s complicated
Fake shit, just a fantasy, things you may have contemplated
Judas was a politician, made up like a Ronald Reagan
This is just a war on drugs, tell me how you feel about it
Black lives really matter now, tell Emmett Till about it
George Floyd was face down as you n***** stood around it
Did your little FaceTimes, left the neighborhood astounded
Reason why I sold dope, I just want a way around it
BMs and my gold ropes, let you know I made allowance
Sacrifice your appetite, time to climb a major mountain
Marathon, it still continues, and I put my label on it
First I had to teach myself, then I started teachin’ wealth
No longer am I seekin’ shelter
No longer am I seekin’ shelter
As a man, no longer am I seekin’ shelter, ah