Happy Twosday! Why numbers like 2/22/22 have been too fascinating for over 2,000 years.

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Is “Twosday” as special as some corners of the internet seem to think? 

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This Feb. 22, the world hits an unprecedented milestone. It’s the date itself: 2/22/22. And this so-called “Twosday” falls on a Tuesday, no less.

It’s true the number pattern stands out, impossible to miss. But does it mean anything? Judging by the thousands of commemorative products available for purchase online, it may appear to.

“Twosday” carries absolutely no historical significance or any cosmic message. Yet it does speak volumes about our brains and cultures.

I’m a social psychologist who studies how paranormal claims and pseudoscience take hold as popular beliefs. They’re nearly always absurd from a scientific perspective, but they’re great for illustrating how brains, people, groups and cultures work together to create shared meaning.

Seeing patterns

Twosday isn’t the only date with a striking pattern. This century alone has had a couple Onesdays (1/11/11 and 11/11/11), and 11 other months with repetitions such as 01/01/01, 06/06/06 and 12/12/12. We’ll hit Threesday, 3/3/33, in 11 years, and Foursday 11 years after that.

The brain has evolved a fantastic capacity to find meanings and connections. Doing so once meant the difference between survival and death. Recognizing paw prints in the soil, for example, signified dangerous predators to be avoided, or prey to be captured and consumed. Changes in daylight indicated when to plant crops and when to harvest them.

Even when survival isn’t at stake, it’s rewarding to detect a pattern such as a familiar face or song. Finding one, the brain zaps its synapses with a little shot of dopamine, incentivizing itself to keep finding more patterns.

When a number sequence seems to jump out at us, this is an example of apophenia: perceiving meaningful connections between unrelated things. The term was first developed to characterize a symptom of schizophrenia.

Another example of apophenia is astrology, which visually connects stars into constellations. These are the familiar Zodiac signs such as “The Ram,” Aries; or “The Archer,” Sagittarius. Each sign is linked to meanings associated with its respective object. For example, people born under the sign of Aries are believed to be stubborn like rams. But those signs don’t exist in the sky in any physical sense, and the system fails scientific tests.

Reading into numbers

The date 2/22/22, though striking, carries no inherent meaning beyond its function in our particular calendar. This is true for numbers in general: Their meanings are limited to measuring, labeling or counting things.

“Twosday” is a simple example of a popular form of arithmetical shenanigans: numerology, the pseudoscientific practice of attaching supernatural significance to numbers.

Numerology can be traced back 2,500 years to the Greek mathematician Pythagoras, with alternative systems appearing elsewhere, including China and the Middle East.

Numerology may look mathematical, but it’s more akin to palmistry and reading tea leaves. It has been popularized through magazines, books, movies, television programs, websites and other social media. Assessing the extent of numerology’s popularity is difficult, but the belief that certain numbers are good or bad is common. For example, nearly a quarter of Americans say 7 is lucky.

There are many kinds of numerology. The most popular form assigns numbers to names or other words, and then calculates their “root,” also known as the “destiny number” or “expression number”. It starts by assigning a number to each letter of the alphabet: A = 1, B = 2, up to I = 9, then the cycle repeats with J = 1, K = 2, etc.

For example, adding up the five numbers in my own first name – 2, 1, 9, 9, and 7 – yields 28. To find the root, add the digits in 28 to get 10, and then add up those two digits to get 1. For my middle and last names, the roots are 4 and 9. Adding the three roots returns 14; adding those digits reveals that my “destiny number” is 5, which numerology associates with being free-thinking, adventurous, restless and impatient.

A woman calculates a destiny number based on numerology. 

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More than coincidence?

I was 10 years old when I first encountered numerology. A fellow coin collector showed me a clear plastic case holding two gleaming specimens: a copper Lincoln penny and a silver John F. Kennedy half dollar. On the back of the case was a printed label with numerical “facts” linking the two presidents. For example:

6: day of the week – Friday – of both assassinations

7: letters in Kennedy’s and Lincoln’s last names

15: letters in both assassins’ names

60: year elected – Lincoln 1860, Kennedy 1960

When you compile enough of these, it gets eerie. The experience was astonishing enough that I still recall it over a half-century later.

Are the Lincoln-Kennedy facts just coincidences? What gets overlooked is that they’ve been drawn from a pool of hundreds or thousands of numerical possibilities. Throw away the boring ones and you’ve framed the remaining coincidences in a way that gives them more credit than they deserve.

Another way of drawing eerie coincidences from very large pools of possibilities was exploited in “The Bible Code,” a best-selling book in the 1990s. The author, Michael Drosnin, took the Old Testament and arranged it into a grid of text. A computer algorithm highlighted skip patterns in the grid, such as “every 4th character”, or “2 across, 5 down,” to produce a huge database of letter strings. These were then sifted by another algorithm that searched for words and phrases, and distances between them.

The method seemed to foretell many historical events, including the murder of Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin in 1995: A particular skip pattern yielded his name near the phrase “assassin that will assassinate.”

Findings such as these can seem impressive. However, critics have proved that the method works just as well using any sufficiently lengthy text. Drosnin himself laid down this gauntlet by challenging critics to find Rabin’s assassination foretold in the novel “Moby-Dick.” Mathematician Brendan McKay did exactly that, along with “prophecies” for many other deaths – Lincoln’s and Kennedy’s included.

Which coincidences people pay attention to is largely a social phenomenon. What sociologist Erich Goode terms “paranormalism,” a nonscientific approach to extraordinary claims, is sustained and transmitted by group customs, norms and institutions. “The Bible Code” couldn’t exist without religion, for example, and its popularity was fueled by mass media – such as its author’s interviews on “The Oprah Winfrey Show” and elsewhere. In her book “Scientifical Americans,” science writer Sharon Hill makes a compelling case that popular culture in the U.S. helps to foster safe havens for individual and collective belief in the pseudoscientific and paranormal.

As for “Twosday,” I’ll conclude by plumbing its “hidden meaning.” Take the three roots of 02, 22 and 2022. We arrive at 2 + 4 + 6 = 12, and the destiny number 3. Some numerologists associate this number with optimism and joy. Though I may reject the messenger, I’ll accept that message.

Barry Markovsky is a distinguished professor emeritus of sociology at the University of South Carolina. This article is republished from The Conversation, a nonprofit, independent news organization dedicated to unlocking the knowledge of experts for the public good. 

N.E.R.D – Don’t Don’t Do It (Demo) lyrics

(feat. Kendrick Lamar & Frank Ocean)

[Intro: Frank Ocean]
It makes no difference in this life
Up and ups just fine
On the up and up this life
Til’ we’re down on our luck
It makes no difference in this life
Up and ups just fine (oh, you scared?)
On the up and up this life
Til’ the lift gets stuck (you scared of?)
Lifting up, lifting up
Lifting up
Coming down, coming down
Coming down (I don’t mind)
Make ’em look, make ’em look
To the sound

[Chorus: Pharrell Williams]
They tell you pull over, tell you get out the car
(Something says)
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it
(Something says)
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it
(Something says)
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it
They wanna see your hands, tell you hold up your arms (Something says)
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it
(Something says)
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it
(Something says)
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it

[Verse 1: Pharrell Williams]
We were going home
Waiting for the kids
School bus to arrive
Oh, but you know, they’re gonna do it anyway
Reaching for your keys
Wait, is that your phone?
Got a TBI
Wait, is that police?
Get out for what?
I’m not your guy
(But you know, they’re gonna do it anyway)
Wife behind the trees
Tryna to tell you don’t
They’re about to fire
(They’re gonna do it anyway)

[Refrain: Pharrell Williams]
They’re gonna do it anyway
They’re gonna do it anyway
They’re gonna do it anyway
They’re gonna do it anyway

[Chorus: Pharrell Williams]
They tell you pull over, tell you get out the car
(Something says)
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it
(Something says)
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it
(Something says)
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it
They wanna see your hands, tell you hold up you arms
(Something says)
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it
(Something says)
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it
(Something says)
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it

[Verse 2: Pharrell Williams]
Whoa Ferguson, oh Baltimore
Raleigh, North Carolina
But you know, they’re gonna do it anyway
Wisconsin, Tulsa, Oklahoma
Cleveland, Ohio
Montgomery, Baton Rouge, Cincinnati car
Dayton, Ohio
But you know, they’re gonna do it anyway
New York, New Jersey, Phoenix, Minnesota
South Carolina
They gonna do it anyway

[Refrain: Pharrell Williams]
They are gonna do it anyway
They are gonna do it anyway
They are gonna do it anyway
They are gonna do it anyway

[Verse 3: Kendrick Lamar]
You better duck, run fast from the mania
Don’t stare, don’t laugh at the media
Brake free, press gas when it enter ya’
Don’t let it go bad when he ante up
Highway, get out the way
Black man do your great escape
Pac-man wanna prosecute you
Raise your hand up, and they’ll shoot ya’
Face off, face off Adolf Hitler
Grandkids slayed off
Niggas, same rules, same chalk
Different decade, same law
Keep focus, you wanna get caught with your eyes open
You wanna stay clear of the prognosis
Pride provoked him, watch demotion
Watch em’ close enough
Don’t let the holster break or roast ya’
Rollercoaster ride that bitch
Soon or later sides gon’ switch
You know Johnny got that itch
How many more of us gotta see the coroner?
Slain by the same badge, stop, wait, brake, fast!

[Chorus: Pharrell Williams]
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it

N.E.R.D – Don’t Don’t Do It! lyrics

(feat. Kendrick Lamar)

[Intro: Pharrell Williams]
It makes no difference in this life
Up and ups just fine
Gonna up and up this life
Til’ we’re down on our luck
It makes no difference in this life
Up and ups just fine
Gonna up and up this life
Til’ the lift gets stuck
Lifting up, lifting up
Lifting up
Coming down, coming down
Coming down
Wake them up, wake them up
To the sound

[Chorus: Pharrell Williams]
They tell you pull over, tell you get out the car
(Something says)
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it
(Something says)
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it
(Something says)
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it
They wanna see your hands, tell you hold up your arms (Something says)
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it
(Something says)
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it
(Something says)
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it

[Verse 1: Pharrell Williams]
We were going home
Waiting for the kids
School bus to arrive
Oh, but you know, they’re gonna do it anyway
Reaching for your keys
Wait, is that your phone?
Got a TBI
Wait, is that police?
Get out for what?
I’m not your guy
(But you know, they’re gonna do it anyway)
Wife behind the trees
Tryna to tell you don’t
They’re about to fire
(They’re gonna do it anyway)

[Refrain: Pharrell Williams]
They’re gonna do it anyway
They’re gonna do it anyway
They’re gonna do it anyway
They’re gonna do it anyway

[Chorus: Pharrell Williams]
They tell you pull over, tell you get out the car
(Something says)
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it
(Something says)
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it
(Something says)
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it
They wanna see your hands, tell you hold up you arms
(Something says)
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it
(Something says)
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it
(Something says)
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it

[Verse 2: Pharrell Williams]
Whoa Ferguson, oh Baltimore
Raleigh, North Carolina
But you know, they’re gonna do it anyway
Wisconsin, Tulsa, Oklahoma
Cleveland, Ohio
Montgomery, Baton Rouge, Cincinnati car
Dayton, Ohio
But you know, they’re gonna do it anyway
New York, New Jersey, Phoenix, Minnesota
South Carolina
They gonna do it anyway

[Refrain: Pharrell Williams]
They are gonna do it anyway
They are gonna do it anyway
They are gonna do it anyway
They are gonna do it anyway

[Verse 3: Kendrick Lamar]
You better duck, run fast from the mania
Don’t stare, don’t laugh at the media
Brake free, press gas when it enter ya’
Don’t let it go bad when he ante up
Highway, get out the way
Black man do your great escape
Pac-man wanna prosecute you
Raise your hand up, and they’ll shoot ya’
Face off, face off Adolf Hitler
Grandkids slayed off
Niggas, same rules, same chalk
Different decade, same law
Keep focus, you wanna get caught with your eyes open
You wanna stay clear of the prognosis
Pride provoked him, watch demotion
Watch em’ close enough
Don’t let the holster break or roast ya’
Rollercoaster ride that bitch
Soon or later sides gon’ switch
You know Johnny got that itch
How many more of us gotta see the coroner?
Slain by the same badge, stop, wait, brake, fast!

[Chorus: Pharrell Williams]
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it

N.E.R.D – Don’t Don’t Do It! (feat. Kendrick Lamar)

[Intro: Pharrell Williams]
It makes no difference in this life
Up and ups just fine
Gonna up and up this life
Til’ we go down on our luck
It makes no difference in this life
Up and ups just fine
Gonna up and up this life
Til’ the lift gets stuck
Lifting up, lifting up
Lifting up, lifting up
Coming down, coming down
Coming down, coming down
Wake them up, wake them up
To the sound

[Chorus: Pharrell Williams]
They tell you pull over, tell you get out the car
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it
They wanna see your hands, tell you hold up your arms
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it

[Verse 1: Pharrell Williams]
We were going home
Waiting for the kids
Schoolbus to arrive
They’re gonna do it anway
Reaching for your keys
Wait, is that your phone?
Got a TBI
Wait, is that police?
Get out for what?
I’m not your guy
They’re gonna do it anway
Wife behind the trees
Tryna to tell you don’t
They’re about to fire

[Refrain: Pharrell Williams]
They’re gonna do it anyway
They’re gonna do it anyway
They’re gonna do it anyway
They’re gonna do it anyway

[Chorus: Pharrell Williams]
They tell you pull over, tell you get out the car
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it
They wanna see your hands, tell you hold up you arms
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it

[Verse 2: Pharrell Williams]
Whoa Ferguson, Oh Baltimore
Raleigh, North Carolina
They’re gonna do it anway
Wisconsin, Tulsa, Oklahoma
Cleveland, Ohio
Montgomery, Baton Rouge, Cincinnati car
Dayton, Ohio
They’re gonna do it anyway
New York, New Jersey, Phoenix, Minnesota
South Carolina
They gonna do it anway

[Refrain: Pharrell Williams]
They are gonna do it anyway
They are gonna do it anyway
They are gonna do it anyway
They are gonna do it anyway

[Verse 3: Kendrick Lamar]
You better duck, run fast from the mania
Don’t stare, don’t laugh at the media
Brake free, press gas when it enter ya’
Don’t let it go bad when he ante up
Highway, get out the way
Black man do your great escape
Pac-man wanna prosecute you, raise your hand up, and they’ll shoot ya’
Face off, face off Adolf Hitler
Grandkids slayed off
Niggas, same rules, same chalk
Different decade, same law
Keep focus, you wanna get caught with your eyes open
You wanna stay clear of the prognosis
Pride provoked him, watch demotion
Watch em’ close enough
Don’t let the holster break or roast ya’
Roller coast ride that bitch
Soon the lady’s eyes gon’ switch
You know Johnny got that itch
How many more of us gotta see the coroner?
Slain by the same badge, stop, wait, brake, fast!

[Chorus: Pharrell Williams]
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it

6LACK – One Way (feat. T-Pain)

[Verse 1: 6LACK]
Hands ’round my neck
You know I got a lot left
Can’t have nobody else getting away
You should get your confirmation today
Usually I don’t do no flying out
But I been going through some things on the road yeah
Thinking ’bout that old thing
We still haven’t even been to each other’s house
But baby that could wait for another time
I never been one to fuck up the vibe
Though I might fuck up your life

[Chorus: 6LACK]
Take one breath, take two (two)
The other side of you is on the loose
Ain’t got much to say
I shoulda copped the one way
Girl, I know you wanna stay, stay, stay

[Bridge: 6LACK]
You might have to catch a plane for this
You gon’ have to say my name for this
‘Cause usually, I don’t do no flying out
But something feel different this time (this time)

[Verse 2: 6LACK]
Don’t feel no way (no way, no way)
‘Less it’s from foreplay (foreplay)
You know you wetter than most
Brought you in on first class, that’s better than most
Now usually, I don’t do no flying out
But to keep it G, it’s been a long week and I’m feeling lonely
We still haven’t even fucked on each other’s couch
Maybe that should wait for another time
I never been one to fuck up the vibe
But I will fuck up your life

[Chorus: 6LACK]
Take one step, take two (two)
The other side of you is on the loose
Ain’t got much to say
Shoulda copped the one way
And I know you wanna stay, stay, stay

[Bridge: 6LACK]
You might have to catch a plane for this
You gon’ have to say my name for this
‘Cause usually, I don’t do no flying out
But something feel different this time (this time)

[Verse 3: T-Pain]
Just getting off stage now (when will you be home?)
Cause FaceTime ain’t enough face time
Tell your boss you ain’t working tomorrow
And ask ’em why they got my girl working so hard
Now, you gon’ make me use up all my miles
Famous niggas get so lonely
And I know you gon’ come and put it on me
And I can’t wait to put this in your mouth
I should probably go and take care of mine-uh
Text me when you land in South Carolina
Tell the Uber she can take one left, take two
Oh, I don’t really know what I’ma do when I see you
I don’t really have not much to say
That’s why I got the one way
That shit is expensive pay
So I had to put you on the plane for this

[Outro: T-Pain]
You might have to catch a plane for this
You gon’ have to say my name for this
‘Cause usually, I don’t do no flying out
But something feel different this time (this time)
Something feel different this time (this time, this time)

6LACK – One Way Lyrics

[Verse 1: 6LACK]
Hands ’round my neck
You know I got a lot left
Can’t have nobody else getting away
You should get your confirmation today
And usually, I don’t do no flying out
But I been going through some things on the road
Thinking ’bout that old thing
We still haven’t even been to each other’s house
But baby that could wait for another time
I never been one to fuck up the vibe
Though I might fuck up your life

[Chorus: 6LACK]
Take one breathe, take two (two)
The other side of you is on the loose
Ain’t got much to say
I shoulda copped the one way
Girl, I know you wanna stay

[Bridge: 6LACK]
You might have to catch a plane for this
You gon’ have to say my name for this
‘Cause usually, I don’t do no flying out
But something feel different this time (this time)

[Verse 2: 6LACK]
Don’t feel no way (no way, no way)
Less it’s from foreplay (foreplay)
You know you wetter than most
Brought you in on first class, that’s better than most
Now usually, I don’t do no flying out
But to keep it G, it’s been a long week and I’m feeling lonely
We still haven’t even fucked on each other’s couch
Maybe that should wait for another time
I never been one to fuck up the vibe
But I will fuck up your life

[Chorus: 6LACK]
Take one step, take two (two)
The other side of you is on the loose
Ain’t got much to say
I shoulda copped the one way
And I know you wanna stay

[Bridge: 6LACK]
You might have to catch a plane for this
You gon’ have to say my name for this
‘Cause usually, I don’t do no flying out
But something feel different this time (this time)

[Verse 3: T-Pain]
Just getting off stage now (when will you be home?)
Cause Facetime ain’t enough face time
Tell your boss ain’t working tomorrow
And ask ’em why they got my girl working so hard
Now, you gon’ make me use up all my miles
Famous niggas get so lonely
And I know you gon’ come and put it on me
And I can’t wait to put this in your mouth
I should probably go and take care of my [?]
Text me when you land in South Carolina
Tell the Uber she can take one left, take two
Oh, I don’t really know what I’ma do when I see you
I don’t really have not much to say
That’s why I got the one way
That shit is expensive pay
So I had to put you on the plane for this

[Outro: T-Pain]
You might have to catch a plane for this
You gon’ have to say my name for this
‘Cause usually, I don’t do no flying out
But something feel different this time (this time)
Something feel different this time (this time, this time)

N.E.R.D – Don’t Do It lyrics

[Chorus: Pharrell Williams]
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it

[Verse 1: Pharrell Williams]
We were going home
Waiting for the kids
Schoolbus to arrive
They’re gonna do it anway
Where’d you put the keys?
Wait, is that your phone?
Got a TBI
Get out for what?
I’m not your guy
They’re gonna do it anway
Look behind the trees
Tryna to tell you don’t
They’re about to fire

[Hook: Pharrell Williams]
They’re gonna do it anyway
They’re gonna do it anyway
They’re gonna do it anyway
They’re gonna do it anyway
They’re gonna do it anyway

[Verse 2: Pharell Williams]
They tell you pull over, tell you get out your car
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it
They wanna see your legs hooked up to your arms
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it
Whoa Ferguson, Oh Baltimore
Raleigh, North Carolina
They’re gonna do it anway
Wisconsin, Tulsa, Oklahoma
Cleveland, Ohio
Montgomery, Baton Rouge, Cincinnati car
Dayton, Ohio
They’re gonna do it anway
New Jersey, Phoenix, Minnesota
South Carolina
They gonna do it anway

[Hook: Pharrell Williams]
They are gonna do it anyway
They are gonna do it anyway
They are gonna do it anyway
They are gonna do it anyway
They are gonna do it anyway

[Verse 3: Kendrick Lamar]
You better duckworth fast for the millennia
Don’t stare, don’t laugh at the media
Brakes free, press gas when he enter ya’
Don’t let it go bad when he ante up
Highway, get out the way
Black man can’t find escape
Pac-man wanna persecute you, raise your hands up, then he want to shoot ya’
Face off, face up Adolf Hitler
Grandkids slayed off
Niggas, same rules, same chalk
Different decade, same block
Keep focus, you wanna get caught with your eyes open
You wanna stand clear of the prognosis
Problem hoping, watch demotion
Watch em’ close enough

[Chorus: Pharrell Williams]
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it
Don’t do it, don’t don’t do it

FUTURE – Good Dope lyrics

Wet, wet, wet, wet
You know it’s Pluto

Tiffany’s, Tiffany’s, we goin’ shoppin’ at Tiffany’s
You crampin’ me, they ampin’ me
They bout to make me start braggin’
Five percent on the wagon
I spit and I’m hot as a dragon
My niggas in the streets be shootin’
My niggas in jail be stabbin’
I do good dope, I got a good hoe
Js at the door, got dem Js at the door
Got some Js at the door, got dem junkies at the door

Servin’ up burgers boss, watchin’ cameras
Drivin’ foreign cars, totin’ hammers
Gotta crazy squad in Alabama
South Carolina boys, we good in Tampa
Swipe the big credit card, it’s worth the gamble
Lamborghini boys, excuse my manners
My paint wet, my neck wet
My ears wet, my wrist wet
Rings wet, my bitch wet
Her bitch wet, they stay wet
Anytime I miss her, I’ma call her, she stay wet
Emilio Pucci, Pucci is different from Gucci
Coupee, coupee, a cartoon you lookin’ all droopy
Goofy, Goofy, these niggas they lookin’ like groupies
Styro-foam cup, purple Act gluey

I do good dope, I got a good hoe
Js at the door, got dem Js at the door
Tiffany’s, Tiffany’s, we goin’ shoppin’ at Tiffany’s
You crampin’ me, they ampin’ me
They bout to make me start braggin’
Five percent on the wagon
I spit and I’m hot as a dragon
My niggas in the streets be shootin’
My niggas in jail be stabbin’
I do good dope, I got a good hoe
Js at the door, got dem Js at the door

Purple Act gluey, sticky icky
Esco he a hippie, tricky, tricky
Pass your dog a mickey, hit me, lick me
Fuck me, just don’t kiss me
Fuck me, just don’t kiss me
I do good dope, I got a good hoe
Js at the door, got dem Js at the door
Got some Js at the door, got dam junkies at the door
Servin’ up burgers boss, watchin’ cameras

I do good dope, I got a good hoe
Js at the door, got dem Js at the door
Tiffany’s, Tiffany’s, we goin’ shoppin’ at Tiffany’s
You crampin’ me, they ampin’ me
They bout to make me start braggin’
Five percent on the wagon
I spit and I’m hot as a dragon
My niggas in the streets be shootin’
My niggas in jail be stabbin’
I do good dope

Future – Good Dope (Future Album)

[Intro]
Wet, wet, wet, wet wet
You know it’s Pluto

[Hook]
Tiffany’s, Tiffany’s, we goin’ shoppin’ at Tiffany’s
You crampin’ me, they ampin’ me
They bout to make me start braggin’
Five percent on the wagon
I spit and I’m hot as a dragon
My niggas in the streets be shootin’
My niggas in jail be stabbin’
I do good dope, I got a good hoe
Js at the door, got dem Js at the door
Got some Js at the door, got dem junkies at the door

[Verse 1]
Servin’ up burgers boss, watchin’ cameras
Drivin’ foreign cars, totin’ hammers
Gotta crazy squad in Alabama
South Carolina boys, we good in Tampa
Swipe the big credit card, it’s worth the gamble
Lamborghini boys, excuse my manners
My paint wet, my neck wet
My ears wet, my wrist wet
Rings wet, my bitch wet
Her bitch wet, they stay wet
Anytime I miss her, I’ma call her, she stay wet
Emilio Pucci, Pucci is different from Gucci
Coupee, coupee, a cartoon you lookin’ all droopy
Goofy, Goofy, these niggas they lookin’ like groupies
Styro-foam cup, purple Act gluey

[Hook]
I do good dope, I got a good hoe
Js at the door, got dem Js at the door
Tiffany’s, Tiffany’s, we goin’ shoppin’ at Tiffany’s
You crampin’ me, they ampin’ me
They bout to make me start braggin’
Five percent on the wagon
I spit and I’m hot as a dragon
My niggas in the streets be shootin’
My niggas in jail be stabbin’
I do good dope, I got a good hoe
Js at the door, got dem Js at the door

[Verse 2]
Purple Act gluey, sticky icky
Esco he a hippie, tricky, tricky
Pass your dog a mickey, hit me, lick me
Fuck me, bitch don’t kiss me
Fuck me, bitch don’t kiss me
I do good dope, I got a good hoe
Js at the door, got dem Js at the door
Got some Js at the door, got dam junkies at the door
Servin’ up burgers boss, watchin’ cameras

[Hook]
I do good dope, I got a good hoe
Js at the door, got dem Js at the door
Tiffany’s, Tiffany’s, we goin’ shoppin’ at Tiffany’s
You crampin’ me, they ampin’ me
They bout to make me start braggin’
Five percent on the wagon
I spit and I’m hot as a dragon
My niggas in the streets be shootin’
My niggas in jail be stabbin’
I do good dope

Future – Good Dope lyrics

Wet, wet, wet, wet
You know it’s Pluto

Tiffany’s, Tiffany’s, we goin’ shoppin’ at Tiffany’s
You crampin’ me, they ampin’ me
They bout to make me start braggin’
Five percent on the wagon
I spit and I’m hot as a dragon
My niggas in the streets be shootin’
My niggas in jail be stabbin’
I do good dope, I got a good hoe
Js at the door, got dem Js at the door
Got some Js at the door, got dem junkies at the door

Servin’ up burgers boss, watchin’ cameras
Drivin’ foreign cars, totin’ hammers
Gotta crazy squad in Alabama
South Carolina boys, we good in Tampa
Swipe the big credit card, it’s worth the gamble
Lamborghini boys, excuse my manners
My paint wet, my neck wet
My ears wet, my wrist wet
Rings wet, my bitch wet
Her bitch wet, they stay wet
Anytime I miss her, I’ma call her, she stay wet
Emilio Pucci, Pucci is different from Gucci
Coupee, coupee, a cartoon you lookin’ all droopy
Goofy, Goofy, these niggas they lookin’ like groupies
Styro-foam cup, purple Act gluey

I do good dope, I got a good hoe
Js at the door, got dem Js at the door
Tiffany’s, Tiffany’s, we goin’ shoppin’ at Tiffany’s
You crampin’ me, they ampin’ me
They bout to make me start braggin’
Five percent on the wagon
I spit and I’m hot as a dragon
My niggas in the streets be shootin’
My niggas in jail be stabbin’
I do good dope, I got a good hoe
Js at the door, got dem Js at the door

Purple Act gluey, sticky icky
Esco he a hippie, tricky, tricky
Pass your dog a mickey, hit me, lick me
Fuck me, just don’t kiss me
Fuck me, just don’t kiss me
I do good dope, I got a good hoe
Js at the door, got dem Js at the door
Got some Js at the door, got dam junkies at the door
Servin’ up burgers boss, watchin’ cameras

I do good dope, I got a good hoe
Js at the door, got dem Js at the door
Tiffany’s, Tiffany’s, we goin’ shoppin’ at Tiffany’s
You crampin’ me, they ampin’ me
They bout to make me start braggin’
Five percent on the wagon
I spit and I’m hot as a dragon
My niggas in the streets be shootin’
My niggas in jail be stabbin’
I do good dope