Rocko Nearest & Dearest

Letter to my nearest and dearest

This a Letter to my nearest and dearest

I just pray that you hear this

Letter to my nearest and dearest

I might come off the weirdest but it’s coming from my spirit

Letter to my nearest and dearest

I’m a talk you through my lyrics I just pray to God you hear this

Letter to my nearest and dearest

Uh hold applause before I start

I apologize if I broke your heart

I was wrong you was right

I was living at the speed of light

The mind of boss and your mind you be speaking

But I still be there to pick you up this weekend

Shout out to young don he’s on his way

4.0 you got that GPA

If you knew what I went thru to provide for you

Just so you could do the things that I didn’t do

I know it feel like I be riding you

I probably do it but boy I’m proud of you

Letter to my nearest and dearest

This a Letter to my nearest and dearest

I just pray that you hear this

Letter to my nearest and dearest

I might come off the weirdest but it’s coming from my spirit

Letter to my nearest and dearest

I’m a talk you through my lyrics I just pray to God you hear this

Letter to my nearest and dearest

At night making the appear on the road doing shows

Seeing most cities down a tourist

Still my vision ain’t cleared posters on a tears

And I still can’t see the fires

One for the tree that could talk as power

Do this shit forever I swear all this shit is ours

To all my niggas you the realest I love you my nigga

You gon feel this if you hear this

No paper no pen just straight spitting from the bottom of my heart

That’s how I rid this

It’s like it’s hard to be cursed if I know this talking person

So what I just awkwardly verses

Letter to my nearest and dearest

This a Letter to my nearest and dearest

I just pray that you hear this

Letter to my nearest and dearest

I might come off the weirdest but it’s coming from my spirit

Letter to my nearest and dearest

I’m a talk you through my lyrics I just pray to God you hear this

Letter to my nearest and dearest