The Thin Grey Line Lyrics – $uicideboy$

The Thin Grey Line Lyrics by $uicideboy$ is a latest English song in the voice of $. Its music is composed by Budd Dwyer while brand new The Thin Grey Line song lyrics are written by Aristos Petrou, Scott Arceneaux Jr.. Ituicideboy$ delves into themes of nihilism and defiance against societal norms. The lyrics depict a life immersed in drügs and violence, with a disregard for consequences. The rapper reflects on fame (“rose gold on my Mercedes”), addiction (“overdose off coke and dope”), and aggression (“aim that motherf**ker straight right at his chest”). The song blends dark humor with raw, unapologetic storytelling, encapsulating a bleak yet provocative narrative about life on the edge.

The Thin Grey Line Lyrics

[Intro: Big Luh TRX & Rasta T]
Back in the house with a ’94
(You did good, !ck)
Grey-Grey Five Nin
rey-Grey Five Nine

[Verse 1: Romeo Da Black Rose]
I-I-I feel like Princess Peach, rose gold on my Mercedes (Uh)
Rose gold on my b!tch, looking like her name Mercedes (Yeah, yeah)
I need a ho who down, one who’ll ask, “What up, ladies?” (What up?)
Switched out the friendly smile with a face that reads, “F**k you, pay me” (Two to beam up, Scotty)
Ain’t got rabies, I just overdose off coke and dope

I know they hope I died (Yeah, yeah)
My back is aching from holding the underground down ever
Since we dropped “High Tide” (Yeah, sheesh)
Standing in my grave like I ain’t 5’9 (Grey)
One more minute ’til the hours done, I’ll take my time (F**k off)
Fake my pride, it’s really all about state of mind
Reality reflecting the state of your nervous system
Listening in on your b!tching
It sounds like you belong in the kitchen
I ain’t got time (Nah)
Sui-suicide made a whole culture that’s based on dying, yeah
Another cult member showed up early just so they could wait in line

[Verse 2: Big Luh TRX]
Wetto in that TRX, higher than a upper deck
The way she suck my d!ck, I’m rubbernecking at her rubber neck, yeah
Christians holler, “What the heck?”
I call me to cut my check
Overdosing off the dope and still ain’t feeling nothing yet
(Okay, okay, okay) (Two to beam up, Scotty)
Glock 19 with the red dot beam
F**k rap, when I’m shooting, I’m at my best
Police come, take the AK out
Aim that motherf**ker straight right at his chest (Brrt)
Talking ’bout killing got my d!ck getting hard

Smoke got me paranoid, so I smoke some more
When they bury me put the scripts in my jacket
Hoes in my casket, think I need four? (Yeah, yeah)
Oh, oh, oh, walking this beat (North)
Face looking like ain’t nothing I ain’t seen (North, North)
Dogs in my lungs every time that I breathe (North, North)
I’m a fiend for the war, I’ma breed they can’t be (North, North)
Say what I mean, lie when I speak (North, North)
If an opp die before we can meet (North, North)
I’ll catch him in hell and I’ll send him to Heaven (North, North)
Not even his God can f**king protect him (North, North)
Got b!tches that love me that I don’t remember (North, North)
My gang members ’round me in every direction, it’s su— (North, North)

[Outro: Rasta T]
Grey-Grey Five Nine

The Thin Grey Line Lyrics Meaning

[Intro]

The intro signifies a return to a familiar place or state reminiscent of 1994. There’s acknowledgment of past achievements (“You did good, $l!ck”) and a repetition of a significant identifier or code, “Grey-Grey Five Nine.”

[Verse 1]

Romeo Da Black Rose opens with a comparison to Princess Peach, symbolizing opulence and status. He boasts about luxury (“rose gold on my Mercedes”) and desires a partner who matches his lavish lifestyle. He adopts a confrontational attitude (“Switched out the friendly smile with a face that reads, ‘F*ck you, pay me'”) and acknowledges his indulgence in drügs (“overdose off coke and dope”). Reflecting on fame and the pressures of the underground music scene, he criticizes societal norms and dismisses detractors who wish him harm, while referencing the cultural impact of suicidal tendencies.

[Verse 2]

Big Luh TRX boasts about his drug-fueled lifestyle and s*xual exploits, describing his high (“higher than an upper deck”) and provocative encounters. He challenges religious conventions (“Christians holler, ‘What the heck?'”) and mocks authority, asserting his dominance with firearms and drügs. His aggressive lyrics depict a life immersed in violence and paranoia, glorifying a rebellious attitude towards law enforcement and rivals. He expresses loyalty to his gang (“My gang members ’round me in every direction”) and a readiness for conflict (“I’m a fiend for the war”), emphasizing his disregard for consequences and embracing a nihilistic worldview.

Famous Phrases with Explanation

1. “Back in the house with a ’94
Returning to a reminiscent time, possibly 1994, recalling memories or experiences from that era.

2. “I-I-I feel like Princess Peach, rose gold on my Mercedes
Feeling regal and luxurious, comparing oneself to a video game princess and flaunting wealth with a rose gold Mercedes.

3. “Switched out the friendly smile with a face that reads, “F*ck you, pay me
Changing from being nice to demanding respect and payment, asserting a business-like attitude.

4. “Standing in my grave like I ain’t 5’9
Feeling buried or overwhelmed despite being average height, expressing existential or emotional struggle.

5. “Glock 19 with the red dot beam
Referring to a specific handgun with an aiming device, implying readiness for violence or defense.

6. “Dogs in my lungs every time that I breathe
Experiencing intense stress or suffering, feeling burdened every moment.

7. “My gang members ’round me in every direction, it’s su—
Surrounded by loyal friends or associates from all sides, emphasizing a strong group presence or alliance.

8. “Grey-Grey Five Nine
A repeated phrase or code, likely holding personal or symbolic significance to the artists, potentially related to identity or affiliation.

FAQs

Q. Who has sung The Thin Grey Line song?
A. The Thin Grey Line song is sung by $.

Q. Who wrote The Thin Grey Line lyrics?
A. The Thin Grey Line lyrics are penned by Aristos Petrou, Scott Arceneaux Jr..

Q. Who has given the music of The Thin Grey Line song?
A. The Thin Grey Line music is composed and produced by Budd Dwyer.

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