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the flesh and the blood
'cause this is level 1, after this album my message is done

"...But you said keep quiet while the emcee raps
...Others say their bad
from lobby's
Sloppy's 'ol cases, your flow fold by four places
Mold the globe's oasis
History's a myth to me, the current is electricity
An ankle
You waste away
A spinning cage
Mass bided by the sun

You spend your day
Stuck in a race
And life has just begun

A paradise is in eclipse
don't even know where to start
Okay
I got the album from upstairs
And
And this is by far, the most

Incredible thing, I've ever, heard
don't even know where to start
Okay
I got the album from upstairs
And
And this is by far, the most

Incredible thing, I've ever, heard
You waste away
A spinning cage
Mass blinded by the sun

You spend your day
Stuck in a race
And life has just begun

A paradise is in eclipse
down?
Nothing is fair just you look around

Falling down
Falling down
Falling down

Falling down
Falling down
Falling down

Sick of waiting
Yeah Renegades is back and the beat is sick,
Jay Z, Freeway, 8 Miles,
Let's go

8 miles and running, got my 7 album droppin',
And my 8 album
All the stories on this recording are expressed in the past tense,This is because the Eskimo, particularly the Polar Eskimo on which this album is
of Tupac Shakur's latest album, Better Dayz
This is yet another post-humorous release by Tupac
Which, raises the question
Where are these songs coming
of Tupac Shakur's latest album, Better Dayz
This is yet another post-humorous release by Tupac
Which, raises the question
Where are these songs coming
know where to start
Okay
I got the album from upstairs
And
And this is by far, the most,

Incredible thing, I've ever heard
This song was first released on the rhymes and reasons album. it is the only album it has been released on.

I told you that I loved you

You said
move through you 
Day by day, day by day
Now is the time for redesigning a mind
You will need to rock this calling
And send the mighty swiftly
And drift away with dreams of youth 
So time is stolen 
I cannot hold you long enough. 
And so this is where I should be now 

Days and nights falling by
citizens from all over the world
This is captain America calling
I bailed you out when you were down on your knees
So will you catch me now I'm falling
call you back
[Eminem] What now???
[Berman] I don't even know where to start
[Eminem] Okay...
[Berman] I got the album from upstairs...
[Eminem]
and drift away with dreams of youth
so time is stolen
I cannot hold you long enough.
And so
this is where I should be now
Days and nights falling by
There's home computers now
That can keep an eye on you
The Talk with Swedish accents
And tell you what to do
An acid rain is falling
An acid
will be in stores now 
or in stores right after this or sometime close around this
Go get the project pat album that's in stores right now
Cooked by
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
feel
That my love is stronger for you tonight
Baby, I'm gonna make it right

Put three albums on baby
We're gonna make it long, long, long
Now when
feel
That my love is stronger for you tonight
Baby, I'm gonna make it right
Put three albums on baby
We're gonna make it long, long, long
Now when
tears are falling down her face
And I am wrong
Black tears are falling and she won't say what I've done
She's sitting here beside me, then she is gone
the song from Neal:

"Yes, Beware of Darkness was written by George Harrison, the ex-Beatle. It is the first cut on the 'All Things Must Pass' album