Rob Markman - Play in the Rain (feat. BurnsBeats)

Rob Markman - Play in the Rain (feat. BurnsBeats)
July 15th, 2020
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New track from Rob Markman "Play in the Rain" featuring BurnsBeats.

Lyrics

Write to Dream
Love changes, thug changes
Best friends become strangers
We used to play out in the rain
Your mama scolded us

I loved you, I just couldn’t save you
There's no escape from what the world made you
Now demons chase you, 'round the hood that raised you
We was no angels, but shit we stayed faithful
Shit we prayed Jesus and banged tables
Wrote our 'lil raps, that we sang faithful
We was Mobb Deep, not the same label
They was on Loud, and they was on cable
You was so wild, you was unstable
We was playin games, shit the game painful
We was like brothers, we was Cain Abel
Then that caine came thru, that caine changed you
You was pistol poppin', whoever ain’t pay you
Felt the wraith of God, and if they ain’t praise you
From the cradle to the grave to the grave cradle
Then I got the news I know they ain’t spray you

We used to play out in the rain
Your mama scolded us, she said that we were bad
We used to play out in the rain
Your mama scolded us, she said that we were bad

I loved you, I just couldn’t help you
I didn’t have the heart, i couldn’t settle
I won ya love, I just couldn’t fail you
So I kept secrets that I wouldn't tell you
Wasn’t on ya level, all the lies I dealt you
If you tell the truth, then you shame the devil
The games were mental, and this instrumental
Got my heart in knots, drop the bass and treble
I betrayed ya trust, now my soul unsettled
All this bad karma ain’t coincidental
With the faith of mustard seeds, we could move metal
But ya faith in me, couldn’t move a pebble
That’s what love get you, that’s what trust get you
They say the flesh weak, That’s what lust get you
And If you’d come back then I’d come get you
But the truth is i lost someone special

We used to play out in the rain
Your mama scolded us, she said that we were bad
We used to play out in the rain
Your mama scolded us, she said that we were bad

I thought I rather go on home
You watched till I was gone
Ooh girl you looked so sad