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Post Malone - Enemies (feat. DaBaby)

[Chorus: Post Malone]
Used to have friends, now I got enemies (Ooh)
Used to keep 'em close, now they dead to me (Damn)
Used to have friends, now I got enemies (Ooh)
Enemies, yeah, it's so sad

[Verse 1: Post Malone]
They said I would never get this far, ah, ah
Think that we don't see who you are, are, are?
Laughin' to the bank like ha, ha, ha
Guess that I'm just talkin' too much blah, blah, blah (Shut the fuck up)
So, where did y'all go? (Ooh)
When I was shit broke, couldn't even buy smokes
Now your mama needs tickets to my stadium show (Stadium show)
She love it when she hear me on the radio, oh
I know it's hard to swallow your pride
Sorry that you can't get over me (Over me)
Now you're out my life, I'm so relieved, I

[Chorus: Post Malone]
Used to have friends, now I got enemies (Damn)
Used to keep 'em close, now they dead to me (Ooh)
Money tend to show all they tendencies (Damn)
Enemies, yeah, it's so sad

[Post-Chorus: Post Malone]
Sometimes, every time, they let me down (They let me down)
Sometimes, every time, they let me down (They let me down)
Used to have friends, now I got enemies
Enemies, yeah, it's so sad

American artist Post Malone teams up with rising star DaBaby on “Enemies,” an introspective collaboration. Post discusses the way that mainstream fame has impacted his relationships and how he responds to the disloyalty, while DaBaby raps about his newfound success and sends a warning shot to his enemies. DaBaby teased a portion of his verse and a snippet of the chorus on his Instagram account, an hour before the album’s release. This track marks the first time that either Post Malone and DaBaby have worked together. "DaBaby is a legend and he is such a talented artist. I am so blessed that he got on this song with me. The whole idea of it was that I used to have people who I thought were my friends but turns out they’re really not. You find that a lot so we made a song about it!" - via Spotify During the week ending September 21, 2019, “Enemies” debuted at #16 on the Hot 100.

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