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BOOTLEGGIN'
Quinn XCII


The date is 1920, set the setting for you
Bootleggin' my liquor, that's cause I adore you
Rollin' through my city, shouted to the rooftops
All the while my family don't know

Find myself in saloons
Downing gin like it's juice
Stumble into the road
Automobiles on the loose
Say "What up?" to my haters
I got money for days
I say fuck prohibition
Boy that alcohol pays

I been drunk for 10 hours my friend
But you already know
Life's the best when your whole
Desire's to lose all control
Said "Do you like what I'm selling?"
Cause I got what you need
I'm the bootleggin' man we only love with that greed

Monday through friday I'm leavin'
I'll be back soon to drink you down
Late nights are all that I believe in
Oh no, I don't know where we went wrong

Show some respect to me
You could at least say goodbye
Show some respect to me
You could at least say goodbye

So take note how I spend my days
Been searching for reasons to maintain my ways
Been fallin' more
Everybody wants to know when they'll take me down
Strollin' through these crowded roads
I love this town

Guess I'm faded at noon
Put down two barrels of booze
Speakin' easy all day
Cos I got nothin' to lose
Say "What up?" to my buyers
I'm supplyin' their thrills
Tell me "What are you drinkin?"
I could show you my skills

We been dancin' on tables way
After cries for last call
Entertaining the notion to celebrate till we fall
Said "Do you like how you're feelin
After one day with me?"
I'm the bootleggin' man all the fun comes for free

Monday through friday I'm leavin'
I'll be back soon to drink you down
Late nights are all that I believe in
Oh no, I don't know where we went wrong

Show some respect to me
You could at least say goodbye
Show some respect to me
You could at least say goodbye
Show some respect to me
You could at least say goodbye
Show some respect to me
You could at least say goodbye


QUINN XCII

Indie-pop artist Quinn XCII has emerged as one of 2016's most exciting new artists. Growing up in Detroit, Quinn XCII was raised on the city’s Motown musical history, fueling a passion for myriad musical genres from rock to reggae to funk to hip-hop. Three years ago, as a sophomore at Michigan State, Quinn XCII began to write and record his own music, quickly becoming a college mixtape sensation. Traveling frequently to Ann Arbor to record new material with his childhood friend producer ayokay ... Read More