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Jewel: Unforgettable Hits, Vol. 2 (Hutchinson, Hutch) · Hits of Jewel, Vol. 1 [#2] (Hutchinson, Hutch) · Jewel of the South (Rodney Crowell) · Blue Lightnin: The Jewel Sessions 1965-1969 (Lightnin' Hopkins) · The Jewel (David Savage) · The Jewel/Paula Soul Story (Hutchinson, Hutch) · Origin/Jewel (Mamiko Watanabe) · Taxi (Jewel) (Bryan Ferry) · Jewel (Marcella Detroit) · Jewel Spotlights the Blues, Vol. 1 (Hutchinson, Hutch) – and 90 other albums »


hit your ass with a level from the new school 
and still holdin my jewels! 
(repeat 4X) [Hit Squad] The head banger, WHAT? 
"Yeahhh, head crack, head
I'm real close to J, I seen ups and downs hit
But I ain't never heard him sound the way that he sounded
Really caught a nigga by surprise, I was
Umm, uh what the fuck, what time is it?
I swear I parked my car, shit

Aye, light hit my face sun brought the heat
Open my eyes, see my car
Small talk, give me a headache
Fuck boys, give me a headache
Fake bitches, give me a headache
Little money, give me a headache
All them fake jewels
This song appears on four albums, and was first released on the Autograph Album, and has also been released on the Greatest Hits Vol 3, John Denver
Loyal fans and newfound followers
Whassup y'all? Hello how are you doin out there?
You're chillin I'm winnin
Oh by the way the album's out go get
Learn to walk a tightrope
Ever seen a rich nigga go broke?
They putting liens on a nigga things
Publicize your demise, and by all means
Your family
on and take it with me so that I can hit it
I can admit it, I'm influenced by desire when I approach her
I try to provoke her by giving money and jewelry
on and take it with me so that I can hit it
I can admit it, I'm influenced by desire when I approach her
I try to provoke her by giving money and jewelry
Yeah, real niggas only
("Them jewels you rock, make 'em envy!")
Let's do it, worldwide, show that shine
Get the cash, and flash like Kodak blind
And when I see you I'ma take what I want
So, you tried to front, hope ya (got yo'self a gun)
You ain't real, hope ya (got yo'self a gun)

My, first album
take what I want
So, you tried to front, hope ya (got yo'self a gun)
You ain't real, hope ya (got yo'self a gun)

My, first album had no famous guest
[Verse 1]
My, first album had no famous guest appearances
The outcome: I'm crowned the best lyricist
Many years on this professional level
Why would
This song appears on two albums, and was first released on the One World Album. It has also been released on The Country Roads Collection album
hit your ass with a level from the new school 
and still holdin my jewels! 
(repeat 4X) [Hit Squad] The head banger, WHAT? 
"Yeahhh, head crack, head
Learn to walk a tightrope
Ever seen a rich nigga go broke?
They putting liens on a nigga things
Publicize your demise, and by all means
Your family
take what I want
So, you tried to front, hope ya (got yo'self a gun)
You ain't real, hope ya (got yo'self a gun)

My, first album had no famous guest
in 1966, when he was twenty.
The first recording of this song was by Ronnie Burns in Australia. It was a top 20 hit for him in Australia in July 1967.
From the new album "Time The Conqueror"
GIVING THAT HEAVEN AWAY
By Jackson Browne

Pretty Nova, one year over
Legal age of consent
In the flower
flow's athletic
Workout seven albums, rap calisthenics
Epmd now, here to get ya
With a blow, you could of sworn Roy Jones hit ya

[Parrish Smith]
the finga'
Boom boom boom on your black ass, bitch
"You could get the finger the middle!" 
"Come and get some!" 

I thought I hit rock bottom, they ban my
innocent in your trail of destruction,
Left behind like a tree hit by lightning.

All my senses you worked 
So hard at persuading.
They don't know
Your hair back down there

One fine mornin', gonna pull up stakes
I'm gonna chalk it all up as just a bad mistake
Gonna hit the decks runnin' bid
of hits coming at this hour
This is WMFW FM
This hour we got Bob Marley
The sounds of Miriam Makeba, Muta Baruka

We got the live music group Gumbo coming
-previously a number one R&B hit for writer Hunter in 1950
-Words and Music by Ivory Joe Hunter


When I lost my baby (baby)
I almost lost my mind
When I