Dom Cobb

Dom Cobb

Düs­sel­dorf

I wrote this song when I moved to Düs­sel­dorf. This is my se­cond rap track from the al­bum Mix­tape. En­joy!

00:0003:06

Ly­rics

No in­tro­duc­tion, let's get to the point
I'm back in the house and I won't dis­ap­point
I got the right rhymes and got the right flow
Got the right rhy­thm so let's roll
We're chil­ling out at our fa­vor­ite pla­ces
Ev­ery­thing's fresh, new names, new fa­ces
Sip­ping beer, just hang­ing around
And get­ting ready to hit the town
Düs­sel­dorf, dou­ble D
Hands up for our ci­ty
One stop from my home
The train takes you to Co­logne
Two A.M., don't give a damn
On our way to Am­ster­dam
Three o'clock, rollin' like a rock
Back to our city, to my block, yo
Cam­pus par­ty and ev­ery­one's was­ted
Beer is stale but you hard­ly can taste it
Plas­tic cups and I don't give a kcuf
Drinks on the house, so fill 'er up
We like drink­ing and we like to par­ty
Hen­ny, Jack, Jim, Cap­tain and Ba­car­di
Ex­cuse me while I get my­self more
Now let's hit the cam­pus like a dance­floor
Düs­sel­dorf, dou­ble D
Hands up for our ci­ty
One stop from my home
The train takes you to Co­logne
Two A.M., don't give a damn
On our way to Am­ster­dam
Three o'clock, rollin' like a rock
Back to our city, to my block, yo
Neigh­bors can knock on the wall with a broom­stick
But we can't hear 'em be­cause of the mu­sic
It's way too loud and it's way too good
So we won't turn it down like they say we should
And when the mu­sic's over but we want more
The 704 takes us straight to my front door
Yeah, that's how life is here at the Rhine
So crank it up one more time
Düs­sel­dorf, dou­ble D
Hands up for our ci­ty
One stop from my home
The train takes you to Co­logne
Two A.M., don't give a damn
On our way to Am­ster­dam
Three o'clock, rollin' like a rock
Back to our city, to my block, yo

Düs­sel­dorf

I wrote this song when I moved to Düs­sel­dorf. This is my se­cond rap track from the al­bum Mix­tape. En­joy!

00:0003:06

Ly­rics

No in­tro­duc­tion, let's get to the point
I'm back in the house and I won't dis­ap­point
I got the right rhymes and got the right flow
Got the right rhy­thm so let's roll
We're chil­ling out at our fa­vor­ite pla­ces
Ev­ery­thing's fresh, new names, new fa­ces
Sip­ping beer, just hang­ing around
And get­ting ready to hit the town
Düs­sel­dorf, dou­ble D
Hands up for our ci­ty
One stop from my home
The train takes you to Co­logne
Two A.M., don't give a damn
On our way to Am­ster­dam
Three o'clock, rollin' like a rock
Back to our city, to my block, yo
Cam­pus par­ty and ev­ery­one's was­ted
Beer is stale but you hard­ly can taste it
Plas­tic cups and I don't give a kcuf
Drinks on the house, so fill 'er up
We like drink­ing and we like to par­ty
Hen­ny, Jack, Jim, Cap­tain and Ba­car­di
Ex­cuse me while I get my­self more
Now let's hit the cam­pus like a dance­floor
Düs­sel­dorf, dou­ble D
Hands up for our ci­ty
One stop from my home
The train takes you to Co­logne
Two A.M., don't give a damn
On our way to Am­ster­dam
Three o'clock, rollin' like a rock
Back to our city, to my block, yo
Neigh­bors can knock on the wall with a broom­stick
But we can't hear 'em be­cause of the mu­sic
It's way too loud and it's way too good
So we won't turn it down like they say we should
And when the mu­sic's over but we want more
The 704 takes us straight to my front door
Yeah, that's how life is here at the Rhine
So crank it up one more time
Düs­sel­dorf, dou­ble D
Hands up for our ci­ty
One stop from my home
The train takes you to Co­logne
Two A.M., don't give a damn
On our way to Am­ster­dam
Three o'clock, rollin' like a rock
Back to our city, to my block, yo