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Old 13-Aug-16, 02:06   #1
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The Game - The Purge Ft. Stacy Barth - 07 Blood Moon: Year of the Wolf
https://youtu.be/PC3gMxzBHmw

THE GAME LYRICS
Play "The Purge"
"The Purge"
(feat. Stacy Barthe)

[Stacy Barthe:]
We are dying, we are dying
Are we gonna die? Are we gonna die?
We are dying

Light a blunt, throw on Nas, collect my thoughts
Blow the candles out as I contemplate in the dark
Dumpin' ashes on the ****in' Time magazine
Tryna burn a hole between Israel and Palestine
All this world news, all these dead bodies
All these kids dying, the talk of illuminati
As I'm murderin' ink, I get a call from Irv Gotti
Say "Keep spittin' cause when you do it's like a 12-gauge shotty
Got machetes and them cannons loaded up
Got them Xany's and that lean in my cup
These politician's can come up missin', I'm on a mission
You hear them gun shots, now mother ****ers listenin'
Feel that you can take their life cause they ain't got a pot to piss in
Raise the Christian, kill you for these kids as victims
**** the system
You give a kid 30 cent and think you sponsor somethin'?
I feed a village by myself nigga Compton comin'

Purge

[Hook - Stacy Barthe (Game):]
We are dying, we are dying
(Sometimes I wanna purge)
We are dying
(Sometimes I wanna purge)
We are dying, some times I gotta purge
(Sometimes I wanna)
We're living on a purge
(Sometimes I wanna)

What if we ran through Beverley Hills, got 70 kills
Ridin' down Rodeo in the Chevy with pills
And pop one, load 12 slugs in the eagle
And shot one, Donald Sterling hopped in his Benz
I got one, beam on the back of his dome
Palm sweaty on the back of the chrome
That's my adrenaline
So we purge Sandusky, purge Zimmerman
Purge every mother ****er rapin' women in
Purge niggas killin' kids, back to back in two vans
Me and my mercenaries, middle of South Sudan
Carryin' babies bodies, long as I got two hands
Long as I got two feet, millions and my crew deep
We purge for the families, they deaths ain't in vein now

Crash my ass, niggas know who shot that plane down
298 innocent lives severed
Flyin' on Aaliyah's wings all the way to heaven
And so we Purge

[Hook]

Imagine going to the stores without cops harrasing
Imagine Mike Brown walkin', them same cops just passed 'em
I'm smokin' hash, and let me ash it before I talk in past tense
I hope his mama tears is like acid to your ****in badges
2 shots in his brain, 4 in his fashion
Thinkin' 'bout his casket in this Phantom, swear I almost crashed it
That's why I'm headed to Ferguson with this German luger
Cause I'm probably more like Nelson Mandela than Martin Luther
More like Ice T than Ice Cube, I'm a cop killer
Murder all the cops, then the cops will probably stop killin'
On my knees prayin', wish my nigga Pac was livin'
But he fell victim to the Rampart Division, purge
Cops killed Biggie, cops beat up Rodney King
We tore up the city nigga, purge
Or just stand there like J. Cole and shoot at cops in the same spot till the case closed, purge

[Hook]
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Old 13-Aug-16, 02:11   #2
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while i'm disenchanted with the glorification of violent dysfunctional communities, materialism and self hate so common in modern rap and feel this artist is apart of the problem sometimes even gangsta rap minstrel clowns can make real heartfelt music which touches the soul outside of the reference to Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 crash killing all those Euros or the Sandusky gay white sex scandal which i didn't give a damn about and going to look past this song was raw black audio rebellion against the system of white supremacy


the bolded especially the line about carrying dead baby bodies in South Sudan tugged my heart strings...it's a shame this brother has the ability to so passionately express himself on social issues in a way which resonates with the listener he but would rather rap about typical gangsterism and bullshit cause that's all only side of black life his white handlers want him to highlight
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Old 13-Aug-16, 02:18   #3
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You Must Learn-KRS 1
https://youtu.be/RDd7UbJmdmw


You Must Learn
Boogie Down Productions
Produced By KRS-ONE
Album: Ghetto Music: The Blueprint of Hip Hop
YOU MUST LEARN LYRICS
[Hook]
Just like I told you, you must learn

It's calm yet wild the style that I speak
Just filled with facts and you will never get weak in the heart
In fact you'll start to illuminate, knowledge to others in a song
Let me demonstrate the force of knowledge
Knowledge reigned supreme
The ignorant is ripped to smithereens
What do you mean when you say I'm rebellious
Cause I don't accept everything that you're telling us
What are you selling us the creator dwellin' us
I sit in your unknown class while you're failing' us
I failed your class cause I ain't with your reasoning
You're tryin' make me you by seasoning
Up my mind with see Jane run, see John walk in a hardcore New York
Come on now, that's like a chocolate cow
It doesn't exist no way, no how
It seems to me that in a school that's ebony
African history should be pumped up steadily, but it's not
And this has got to stop, See Spot run, run get Spot
Insulting to a Black mentality, a Black way of life
Or a jet Black family, so I include with one concern, that
You must learn
[Hook x2]

I believe that if you're teaching history
Filled with straight up facts no mystery
Teach the student what needs to be taught
Cause Black and White kids both take shorts
When one doesn't know about the other ones' culture
Ignorance swoops down like a vulture
Cause you don't know that you ain't just a janitor
No one told you about Benjamin Banneker
A brilliant Black man that invented the almanac
Can't you see where KRS is coming at
With Eli Whitney, Haile Selassie
Granville Woods made the walkie-talkie
Lewis Latimer improved on Edison
Charles Drew did a lot for medicine
Garrett Morgan made the traffic lights
Harriet Tubman freed the slaves at night
Madam C.J. Walker made the straightening comb;
But you won't know this is you weren't shown
The point I'm gettin' at it it might be harsh
Cause we're just walkin' around brainwashed
So what I'm sayin' is not to diss a man
We need the 89 school system
One that caters to a Black return because
You must learn

[Hook]

"Alkebulan" is the original name
Of Africa, now stripped of it's fame
It's good to know that in ancient times
Egyptians developed all sciences of the mind
To the point where they ruled the planet
But Rome, Greece, and Persia wasn't havin' it
They attacked, and won the war
But it wasn't enough, they had to get to the core
Cause in that time it was Alkebulan
That ruled religion, politics, and man
In order to destroy the Egyptian race
They had to wipe the sciences from off the face of the planet
So they proceeded to ban it
Then replace it with Christianity
And it's, been that way, all the way to today
Learn what we teach; hear what we say
But here comes the K-the-R-the-S-the-O-the-N-the-E
The BDP and we rhyme intelligently
Let me continue with Theodosyius
A Greek ruler not known to most of us
He, in the fourth century A.D.,
Calls the Egyptians fools you see
Two years later, Justinian rules
Six A.D., was it for schools
As a result, ignorance had swirled
Over Christian Europe and Greco-Roman worlds
This went on for a thousand years
Of ignorance, stupidity, and tears
Now comes the seventeenth century hardness
Europe, began to come out of it's darkness
So Johann F. Blumenbach, a German
Came out of nowhere and started confirming
White supremacy and men of colors
Before this time, all men were brothers
It was Johann, who went on to say
There are five different colors in the world today
That's caucasian, malayan, and mongolian
American-Indian, and ethiopian
Yet, the ignorance gets scarier
He believed whites were superior
According to his idiotic fountain
The purest whites were from the Caucas mountains
J. A. Blofener, and H. S. Chamberlain
Both supported this outrageous racism
This went on to what the master race should be
And why they killed the Jews in Germany
Here is the reason why I'm so concerned
Because you, must, learn!!!!
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Old 13-Aug-16, 02:24   #4
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^^^^
i'm just impressed that brother was able to expose Eurocentric revisonist history and give a thorough lesson on thousands of years of black and world history in a 4 minute song
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Old 13-Aug-16, 15:48   #5
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Willie D - Coon
https://youtu.be/Bd7YDAKlCo8

[Intro]
Tell your nigger jokes while he in the room
He gon' laugh harder than you cause he a coon
I'm a goon top down pants up when I walk
Never call a C.O. a boss I'm not a coon

[Verse 1]
Boom - it's the elephant in the room
Naw that's a mutha ****ing coon
Blacks been free since Lincoln got wasted
But some of these niggas still on the plantation
Listen up Charles Barkley
You light skin but still calling you a darky
The only reason that they put the mic in your face
Is so you can do they dirt and talk down on your race
TNT made you big put you on a wig
Now you're acting like you never had trouble with pigs
You kissed a man in the mouth for reals dudes that's a no no
When you gon' come out the closet you ****ing homo
Saw you on television dressing in drag
What kind of dumb nigga say slavery wasn't that bad
Dissing San Antonio women that's the kettle and pot
With that busted up looking ass wife you got
[Hook]
If you're selling out your people you're a coon
If you hate your own kind you're a coon
Bootlicker shuck and jive you're a coon
You're a coon you're a coon you're a coon
If you're selling out your people you're a coon
If you hate your own kind you're a coon
Sambo die slow you're a coon
You're a coon you're a coon you're a coon

[Verse 2]
How to make a coon - if you wish for a black one
Put some change in his pocket and give him a platform
Put him on suspension if he cross that line
But if he shitting on his people give him more airtime
Steven A Smith what's up with that hairline
Big mouth louder than 4 Alpines
Got a chip on your shoulder cause ball game suck
And you gotta work with players that your wife wanna ****
I'm a savage running through the field amok
Raven-Symoné shut your chicken head dumb ass up
White folks don't love you black folks don't trust you
When you was on that show Bill Cosby must've drugged you
I had to get cause you're cooning for
Capital
You Hollywood niggas are laughable
You're not infallible like Cosby when they use you up
They gon' throw your ass under the bus

[Hook]
If you're selling out your people you're a coon
If you hate your own kind you're a coon
Bootlicker shuck and jive you're a coon
You're a coon you're a coon you're a coon
If you're selling out your people you're a coon
If you hate your own kind you're a coon
Sambo die slow you're a coon
You're a coon you're a coon you're a coon

[Verse 3]
Aw hell CNN is on
Check out this lil bitch named Don Lemoné
Getting stuck in the butt got your ass corrupted
You can smell weed but you can't smell injustice
Selling your people out while the police murder them
I wish the protestors would've shot you in Ferguson
I wish that would've been Stacy Dash on the ground instead of Michael Brown
But with additional rounds
Heard you slept your way to the top Somebody lying
You're D list actress been divorced 3 times
Stank ass
They say you easy plus you on Fox News
How you gon' talk about somebody else morals and values
They prop these clowns up to undermine the plight
Give'm the spotlight and reduce'm to soundbites
Uncle Toms dancing to the stereotypes
How you mutha ****ers sleep at night

[Hook]
If you're selling out your people you're a coon
If you hate your own kind you're a coon
Bootlicker shuck and jive you're a coon
You're a coon you're a coon you're a coon
If you're selling out your people you're a coon
If you hate your own kind you're a coon
Sambo die slow you're a coon
You're a coon you're a coon you're a coon

[Outro]
Willie D talking
Where the coons at
Where the coons at
Where they at where they at where they at
Gunshots
Where the coons at
Where the coons at
Where they at where they at where they at
Gunshots
Where the coons at
Where the coons at
Where they at where they at where they at
Gunshots
Where the coons at
Where the coons at
Where they at where they at where they at
Gunshots
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Old 13-Aug-16, 15:52   #6
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while i find the song/message both funny and accurate it's kinda of ironic this artist is bashing sellouts in the entertaiment industry considering when's he's made a career promoting pure ignorance/gangsta carictrue of black life himself and i've heard at one point aligned himself with the Texas Dixie Rethuglicans
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Old 14-Aug-16, 02:11   #7
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Lauryn Hill - Everything Is Everything

https://youtu.be/vQTdV0XGeew
Everything is Everything
Lauryn Hill
Produced By Lauryn Hill
Album: The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill
EVERYTHING IS EVERYTHING LYRICS



[Hook 1 x2]
Everything Is Everything
What is meant to be, will be
After winter, must come spring
Change, it comes eventually

[Verse 1]
I wrote these words for everyone who struggles in their youth
Who won't accept deception, in--instead of what is truth
It seems we lose the game
Before we even start to play
Who made these rules? (Who made these rules?)
We're so confused (We're so confused)
Easily led astray
Let me tell ya that...
[Hook 2]
Everything is everything
Everything is everything
After winter, must come spring
Everything is everything

[Verse 2]
Our philosophy
Possibly speak tongues
Beat drum, Abyssinian, street Baptist
Rap this in fine linen, from the beginning
My practice extending across the atlas
I begat this
Flipping in the ghetto on a dirty mattress
You can't match this rapper slash actress
More powerful than two Cleopatras
Bomb graffiti on the tomb of Nefertiti
MCs ain't ready to take it to the Serengeti
My rhymes is heavy like the mind of sister Betty (EL Shabazz!)
L-Boogie spars with stars and constellations
Then came down for a little conversation
Adjacent to the king, fear no human being
Roll with cherubims to Nassau Coliseum
Now hear this mixture, where Hip Hop meets scripture
Develop a negative into a positive picture

[Hook 1]

[Verse 3]
Sometimes it seems
We'll touch that dream
But things come slow or not at all
And the ones on top, won't make it stop
So convinced that they might fall
Let's love ourselves and we can't fail
To make a better situation
Tomorrow, our seeds will grow
All we need is dedication
Let me tell ya that

[Hook 2]
[Hook 1]
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Old 08-Aug-17, 10:18   #8
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Dear Mama - 2Pac

When I was young me and my mama had beef
Seventeen years old kicked out on the streets
Though back at the time, I never thought I'd see her face
Ain't a woman alive that could take my mama's place
Suspended from school; and scared to go home, I was a fool
with the big boys, breakin all the rules
I shed tears with my baby sister
Over the years we was poorer than the other little kids
And even though we had different daddy's, the same drama
When things went wrong we'd blame mama
I reminice on the stress I caused, it was hell
Huggin on my mama from a jail cell
And who'd think in elementary?
Heeey! I see the penitentiary, one day
And runnin from the police, that's right
Mama catch me, put a whoopin to my backside
And even as a crack fiend, mama
You always was a black queen, mama
I finally understand
for a woman it ain't easy tryin to raise a man
You always was committed
A poor single mother on welfare, tell me how ya did it
There's no way I can pay you back
But the plan is to show you that I understand
You are appreciated

[Chorus: Reggie Green & "Sweet Franklin" w/ Tupac]

Lady...
Don't cha know we love ya? Sweet lady
Dear mama
Place no one above ya, sweet lady
You are appreciated
Don't cha know we love ya?

[second and third chorus, "And dear mama" instead of "Dear mama"]

[Verse Two: Tupac]

Now ain't nobody tell us it was fair
No love from my daddy cause the coward wasn't there
He passed away and I didn't cry, cause my anger
wouldn't let me feel for a stranger
They say I'm wrong and I'm heartless, but all along
I was lookin for a father he was gone
I hung around with the Thugs, and even though they sold drugs
They showed a young brother love
I moved out and started really hangin
I needed money of my own so I started slangin
I ain't guilty cause, even though I sell rocks
It feels good puttin money in your mailbox
I love payin rent when the rent's due
I hope ya got the diamond necklace that I sent to you
Cause when I was low you was there for me
And never left me alone because you cared for me
And I could see you comin home after work late
You're in the kitchen tryin to fix us a hot plate
Ya just workin with the scraps you was given
And mama made miracles every Thanksgivin
But now the road got rough, you're alone
You're tryin to raise two bad kids on your own
And there's no way I can pay you back
But my plan is to show you that I understand
You are appreciated

[Chorus]

[Verse Three: Tupac]

Pour out some liquor and I reminsce, cause through the drama
I can always depend on my mama
And when it seems that I'm hopeless
You say the words that can get me back in focus
When I was sick as a little kid
To keep me happy there's no limit to the things you did
And all my childhood memories
Are full of all the sweet things you did for me
And even though I act craaazy
I gotta thank the Lord that you made me
There are no words that can express how I feel
You never kept a secret, always stayed real
And I appreciate, how you raised me
And all the extra love that you gave me
I wish I could take the pain away
If you can make it through the night there's a brighter day
Everything will be alright if ya hold on
It's a struggle everyday, gotta roll on
And there's no way I can pay you back
But my plan is to show you that I understand
You are appreciated
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Old 08-Aug-17, 12:56   #9
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