[50 Cent]

Yeah, this somethin special y'know, somethin epic

Lloyd Banks, you know

Cause a nigga thuggin don't mean he don't

Don't wanna see you smile baby

[Intro: 50 Cent]

Wooo! I wanna be the reason you smile

I wanna be the reason you smi-ile

I wanna be the reason you smile

After you wipe away your tears and dry your eyes

[Verse One: Lloyd Banks]

I'm gettin the feelin you wanna take revenge

From the conversations we have and the way it ends

You wanna discuss me in front of your lady friends

That's why it's just me and my Mercedes Benz

It all depends, maybe if we make amends

We can start from scratch

Learn to control your temper and remarks in fact

We plan to be platonic with our hearts in tact

So everytime we seperate, somebody's marchin back

You're amazing in the sack

Eyes slanted like you're Asian, but you're black

God Bless whoever gave you alla that

If you seen her from the back

You'd understand why dis feel like that

And ain't a flaw to her toes, the Lord knows

Her pussy good enough to miss award shows

And I ain't gotta say nothin, she just knows

By the way I look at her to take off all her clothes

Up and down

[Chorus: Lloyd Banks + (50 Cent)]

Whenever I'm not around, and you feelin down

Let the thought of me be (I be the reason you smile)

I don't wanna see you frown, like them kids watch a clown

I wanna bring you joy and be (I be the reason you smile)

Baby, you know my style, you know how I get down

I provide by any means to be (I be the reason you smile)

We done been through ups and downs, had drama for a while

I'm just happy I'm around to be (I be the reason you smile)

[Verse Two: Lloyd Banks]

The main reason I been lookin at you pitiful

What about the half of this shit I done did to you

Violated and tip toed into a crib or two

I've come clean to be a bigger individual

Even though you're busy boo, the evening's when I visit y


G-Unit, an abbreviation for Guerrilla Unit, is a rap group founded by 50 Cent. The group first garnered a following in the underground New York scene by independently releasing several mixtapes. The group's founder, Queens-based rapper 50 Cent, officially brought the group mainstream success by establishing it as a division at Interscope Records. Since signing to the label, G-Unit's members have released solo albums.

G-Unit was founded shortly after 50 Cent left Columbia Records. ... Read More