Lil Wayne – Bye Bae Lyrics

[Intro: Lil Wayne]
Mic Check
[Hook: Lil Wayne]
Chickens in the trunk, I’m on the highway
Music playin’, phone on vibrate
Hoody followin’ me, that’s my big dog
Just in case some shit kick off, I got my big dog
Wifey callin’ me, I answer, “Hi bae”
I said, “I’m joogin right now,” she said, “Ok, I’ll pray”
“You know I hate talkin’ and drivin’ on the highway”
“I love you”
“I love you too”
“Okay, bye bae”
[Verse 1: Lil Wayne]
I’m goin’ up, on a Sunday
I’m in [?] niggas with the “what” face
And all the niggas that I’m with, they bout that gun play
And all the bitches that I’m with ain’t bout to foreplay
And all the niggas that I’m with, they in the drug trade
And all the chickens that we get, they come from Josè
A hundred dollars for a chopper, that’s a throw away
Oh shit, lil mama she did sallow all my proteges
I’m on the highway to heaven, highway to heaven
Birds in the trunk, let ’em fly away to heaven
Highway to heaven, you just got a message
O-M-W, we gettin’ off at your exit
I got
[Hook: Lil Wayne]
Chickens in the trunk, I’m on the highway
My passenger is on parole and he can’t violate
We watchin’ out for all these snitches with that spygate
And all these thirsty bitches, I let ’em dehydrate
Yes Lord
Wifey callin’ me, I answer, “Hi bae”
I said, “I’m joogin right now,” she said, “Ok, I’ll pray”
I said, “I’ll be back soon, and call my goons if I’m late”
“I love you”
“I love you too”
“Okay, bye bae”
[Verse 2: Lil Wayne]
Chickens in the trunk, I’m on the freeway
Wifey just text a nigga, “Be safe”
Chain on my neck look like a King K
Bettin’ a hundred K on Green Bay
Okay, I’m murderin’ this motherfuckin’ freeway
You can get murdered on the mornin’ of your b-day
I pulled the [?] out this mornin’, made the streets pay
My Benz and my Wraith startin’ to feel betrayed
The feds stingin’ like a motherfuckin’ stingray
The money old, dead presidents startin’ to decay
The money comin’ right back, it’s on replay
I’m bout to have some D’ussé with my filet
Yes Lord
[Hook: Lil Wayne]
Chickens in the trunk, I’m on the highway
Tunechi playin’, phone on vibrate
Ya, Hoody followin’ me, that’s my big dog
Just in case some shit start, I got my big dog
Wifey callin’ me, I answer, “Hi bae”
I said, “I’m joogin right now,” she said, “Ok, I’ll pray”
“You know I hate talkin’ and drivin’ on the highway”
“I love you”
“I love you too”
“Okay, bye bae”
[Bridge: Lil Wayne]
I got Hoody followin’ me, that’s my big dog
Just in case it kick off, I got my big dog
[Verse 3: HoodyBaby/ *Lil Wayne*]
The birds touchdown, bitch, I’m jumpin’ on the highway
Comin’ straight to ya, I’ve been waitin’ for like five days
*Like five days*
I’m HoodyBaby, you can call me crazy
*Call me crazy*
I treat my plug just like [?]
Love, I gotta ball, move the work in Ferraris
Nothin’ in my trunk, police officer, I’m sorry
Haha
Today was a good day
*Why?*
I got a hood full of good yay
Now I’m in the hood, with a hood full of good yay
Meetings in my mansion just the villas in the [?]
Gotta plug on white yay, I can get you ten yay
For the right price, I can even get you Kanye
*I got*
[Hook: Lil Wayne]
Chickens in the trunk, I’m on the highway
Ya, invisible as fuck, I’m in the Hyundai
Ya, the chick I’m with, her trunk look like Beyonce’s
If she stay down, she gon’ be pickin’ up some bridesmaids
Yes Lord
Hit it to the [?] and get her my way
Lord knows when I open this trunk them thing gon’ fly away
Wifey know I hate talkin’ and drivin’ on the highway
“I love you”
“I love you too”
“Okay, bye bae”
[Bridge: Lil Wayne]
Highway to heaven, highway to heaven
Birds in the trunk, we let ’em fly away to heaven
Highway to heaven, highway to heaven
Birds in the trunk, we let ’em fly away to heaven
Got some birds in the trunk, and we drive to wherever
O-M-W, we gettin’ off at your exit
I got
[Hook: Lil Wayne]
Chickens in the trunk, I’m on the highway
I got Jeezy playin’, phone on vibrate
Ya, [?] with me, that my big dog
Just in case some shit kick off, I got my big dog
Wifey callin’ me, I answer, “Hi bae”
I say, “I’m joogin right now,” she say, “Ok, I’ll pray”
“You know I gotta pay attention on this highway”
“I love you”
“I love you too”
“Okay, bye bae”
[Outro: Lil Wayne]
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Video: Welcome to western Sydney's Abel Tasman Village – where two drag queens have moved in for an artists residency.

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“We’ve got Naomi who has made us scarves,” she said. (Supplied: Harold David)
False eyelashes and killer heelsThe project began in late July, when the sisters moved their killer heels, false eyelashes and wigs into the facility — a transfer they took with caution. “We’ve done an adventure walk where residents had to help us find items that we’d lost on a big night out.” Designed by non-profit art and community organisation Information and Cultural Exchange, the residency also includes Zumba classes, aromatherapy, nail sessions and lots of tea — all intended to brighten the lives of those in care.”This whole project is about quality of life,” Paris said. “There was some caution taken right from the beginning because we were sensitive to people’s needs and also people’s perception,” Tacky said. “We set up a high-class luxury day spa, we’ve done room makeovers, we’ve done an amazing high tea,” Paris said. A western Sydney aged care facility working to break the monotony of life in care has invited two drag queens to live among the residents. “We usually have or geriatrician or GP come in and do regular medical changes or monitoring, but we haven’t had to have that many medication reviews,” she said. “We have to sit down at the end of the night, like everyone else here, and put our feet in Radox,” Paris said. Tacky (Liam Benson) and Paris (Naomi Oliver) are the Motel Sisters in Care, a four-week artist-in-residence program at the Abel Tasman Village in Chester Hill. “They’ve been so kind to me, I can never pay them back for their kindness.”Colin Fenwick has only lived at the Abel Tasman Village for as long as the sisters but said he’d already noticed a change in attitudes. “They gave me two cushions — one sparkly one, one satin one, and a picture of cats. (ABC Radio Sydney: Harriet Tatham)
Improving resident healthAside from friendships, the village’s clinical manger, Sophia Markwell, said the queens had improved the health of residents. “It’s about taking the extraordinary and putting it in to our everyday,” Tacky added. She’s got a crumpled piece of paper with everyone’s name on it, but she bumped us being celebs.”Resident Naomi Raju admitted she’s a big fan of the duo. “She’s made scarves for at least 190 people, and I’m not exaggerating. (ABC Radio Sydney: Harriet Tatham) Photo:
Harold David has been photographing the queens during their time at the Abel Tasman Village. “They’ve added a breath of life to the place, I guess you could say.”It adds a new dimension to living.”

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There was lots of dancing involved. “We are a little older now — it takes longer to get over a hangover, we’re more than happy to have a cup of tea, so it’s actually been quite comfortable for us.”

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Clinicians say the drag queens have helped to reduce the number of required doctor visits. (ABC Radio Sydney: Harriet Tatham)
Despite obvious acceptance of the artists, Paris said the queens quickly identified their fans. And despite the 50-year age gap between the performers and the residents, the socialites said they fitted right in. “We understand that popping a couple of drag queens into your everyday environment for some people can be a little bit discombobulating.”But within days, the duo said they’d been welcomed by the community.”Our core fan group loved us straight away, and then we built up trust with the rest of the group.”

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The Tom Quilty Gold Cup will be held at Stirling’s Crossing next year, but Taylor will have to wait until she’s 12 and has completed a 160km ride before she can qualify.For now, the five-year-old has her sights set on another 40km ride in a few weeks and one day hopes to be a professional rider.Dad Mark Grogan said given her genes, there’s every possibility that could happen.”We’ve got our own horses and she’s around them all the time and she’d see us going out riding while she’d be left with grandparents to babysit and she wanted in on it.”I’d be very surprised if she doesn’t find her whole life surrounded with horses.” (ABC Sunshine Coast: Kylie Bartholomew)
Mr Grogan said endurance riding was difficult in ideal conditions, but the cold and rain required another level of tenacity.”It’s really tough on you because you know you’re out there for a long time, I think we did it in about five hours.”You get very cold and wet and legs rub, so it’s not pleasant and it’s certainly not the most enjoyable ride.”But she’s generally quite bubbly out there.”Mr Grogan said when out in the forest, Taylor was in full control of the horse but was tethered to him as a precaution.”She has a bridle with the reins that she controls the horse to steer it and I ride with a lead rope in my other hand that’s on a halter under it.”I give it slack the whole time and if the horse decides to bolt we’ve got the other end of it.”

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