Break Bread

from CBD by Count Bass D

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And so it shall be in the last days
Fans will fade away all accomplishments downplayed
When you run out of sick pay
401(k) is foreplay next to Doomsday

The rainy day’s in full effect
I suspect your nerves are a wreck from the bills up to your neck
You can’t buy groceries with respect
This time come correct protect what you collect

After all the hell you done been through
Undo the members of your crew that don’t accrue
You already outdo what they ask you
Ride or die is cool but tried and true is revenue
Take it from Count that’s the best route
Or do it your way go all out for clout

They “prophelie” I prophesy
He gon’ get my money by bake sale or fish fry

You heard what I said make them break bread
Likes and views will never get you fed
Payment is the only arrangement
You can give me exposure when I’m dead
You heard what I said make them break bread
Likes and views will never get you fed
Payment is the only arrangement
You can give me exposure when I’m dead

Behold the word of the game came unto me saying
No more taking shorts these niggas’ paying
I don’t do that many features
They say “Ain’t no budget” wearing Kanye sneakers
I’m the teacher you’re the student
Pay tuition for it’s just and it’s prudent
The rent don’t care about your movement
Rapping about money and ain’t paid me a cent

I reserve DWIGHT
and refuse my services to any nigga for any reason
You gon’ pay me tonight for no other reason
Than it’s Count Bass blessing season
Ain’t no more love G you gon’ pay
I don’t care if you family I don’t care if you just met me
Fair exchange ain’t no robbery
You ain’t no better than DOOM
and DOOM paid me

You heard what I said make them break bread
Likes and views will never get you fed
Payment is the only arrangement
You can give me exposure when I’m dead
You heard what I said make them break bread
Likes and views will never get you fed
Payment is the only arrangement
You can give me exposure when I’m dead

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from CBD, released March 12, 2020

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Count Bass D

Count Bass began an extended and prolific release schedule in 2009 that includes his 2017 Snoop Dogg collaboration “Too Much Pressure,” praised by the New York Times for, “luscious, velvety, soothing, slow funk.”
After 25 years, Count Bass D is busier than ever, releasing the instrumental album Edibles in late 2019, the sequel Edibles 2 in early 2020, and his 10th vocal solo album CBD.
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