Here Are the Lyrics to Calboy's 'Envy Me'

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Calboy, "Envy Me"

Calboy is a 20-year-old rapper from Chicago. His single "Envy Me" was released in September 2018 and continues to ride high on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

The song reflects on his early years growing up in the streets and now succeeding like he planned all along.

Check out the full lyrics and video below.

Now I lay me down to sleep
I pray the Lord, my soul to keep (yeah)
Like a locksmith, I got the keys (yeah)
Pull up make opp n----s bleed (aye)
I got water like overseas, yeah (aye)
Bitch, I ball like NBA, yeah (aye)
Bitch, I ball like MVP, yeah (aye)
I got money, they envy me

I'm with the gang
I'm with the mob, what was you thinking
Remember them days
And that shit was hard, a n---a been thinking
I put a four in a 20 ounce, a n---a been drinking
If you with the squad
I give you my heart, lil' n---a, I mean it
I was fighting some demons
In the field, bitch, I'm deep in
I was raised in the deep end
I know n----s be sinking
Take your bitch and go deep in
But I gave her back, why you tweaking?
Come around with that rah-rah
We leave you dead on the cement
With the gang, we ain't playing fair
Matter fact, we don't play at all
OG 'Woods in the air
But we bought the Runtz so we smoke it all
Putting on a front, boy, you better fall
We gon' kill 'em, yeah, we gon' kill 'em all
Might spend a ten when I'm in the mall
I was on a bean with it in my draws
Hit that smoke and I'm blacking
Hit that smoke and I black out
If he run, blow his back down
I was gone but I'm back now
These n----s gon' fold
But I never back down
In the school, I was trapping
In the school, you was class clown

Now I lay me down to sleep
I pray the Lord, my soul to keep (yeah)
Like a locksmith, I got the keys (yeah)
Pull up make opp n----s bleed (aye)
I got water like overseas, yeah (aye)
Bitch, I ball like NBA, yeah (aye)
Bitch, I ball like MVP, yeah (aye)
I got money, they envy me
 

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Written by: Calvin Woods