Sean C. Johnson puts his R&B twist on the viral hit “No Flex Zone”. He says this version tells the story of someone trying to leave a life of crime, but no matter where he goes he still sees remnants of his old life.

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Lyrics:

Verse 1:
I been working these 3 jobs for so long, trying to pay me rent…keep the lights on
Faded numbers on the bathroom stall…I hate this place, but anyway
I been working all day, still in a daze, still some work for me to do, think it’s time for job two
Step outside and see them D-Boys rolling, stunting with their egos swollen, on the radio I hear

Chorus:
No Flex Zone, No Flex Zone, They Know Better
No Flex Zone, No Flex Zone, They Know Better

Verse 2:
Can’t go back to the life I used to live, come too far to want to turn back now
Furthermore I don’t want to see the Pen, nothing else to talk about
I been slaving all day, still in a daze, still some work for me to do, think it’s time for job two
Step outside and see them D-Boys rolling, stunting with their egos swollen, on the radio I hear

Chorus

Bridge:
4,5,6,7 chains on…Eastside looking like a Slave home
Aint got money for the Cell Phone…Want to still front for the Video?
Can’t you hear him knocking? Open up, let him in!
I turn on the radio I hear

Chorus

P.S. Don’t look up the original, nothing good there.