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The Best Worst of Judge Dread (Judge Dread) · Don't Judge Me (Off the Record) · Only God Can Judge Me (Master P) · You Can't Judge a Book by the Cover (Bo Diddley) · Here Come the Judge (Pigmeat Markham) · Here Comes the Judge (Shorty Long) · Big Seven: The Best of Judge Dread (Judge Dread) · The Judge at His Best (Milt Hinton) · Tell It to the Judge! (Jimmy McCracklin) · Clubber's Guide to... Ibiza [Judge Jules & Pete Tong] (Hutchinson, Hutch) – and 90 other albums »


around
And what I saw and what I found
Made me remember what she said to follow
She said

You Can't Judge a Book by looking at the cover
No, you
please try to see that it's 
A million motherf***ers stressing just like me 

Only God can judge me 
 
'Only God can judge me' 
That's right baby,
Comes the Judge, Here Comes the Judge
{Give it to me now}

[Ol' Dirty Bastard]
Here comes my Mac
I don't need this shit owned by stack
I don't need
judge, cell, guardian, key
All in one person
But you locked yourself again
Like every time, in every life
Remember yourself
I'm just passing by
you a million thoughts from my mind
Don't judge my love by ones you'd known before me
Please darling leave their memories behind
Just give my love
stuck by me
And she came to visit anytime she could
Well I remember at my trial when she testified she loved me
And she told the judge I'd always been
trouble then you'd better just pass me on by

As far as I'm concerned there ain't no excuse
For the raping and the killing and the child abuse
And I've got
or fair -
You can't judge nobody by hair
If I thought that you would care
I'd wear a wig up under my hair

Down or high, truth or lie
A weak girl's laugh
spells by a man in chains

Silence is all we have to give
And the memories of a life I wish we'd lived

Hey, remember me
I remember you walking away
They had money and I was jealous
I didn't know then what I know now
Daddy'd say you can't judge a book by looking at its cover
It's what's inside that
She was just seventeen
We'd drive out of this valley
Down to where the fields were green

We'd go down to the river
And into the river we'd dive
Don't judge by what you see
There's a softer part of me
Girl, my life has been so cold
There were times I needed you so

Do you remember me? I
Don't judge by what you see
There's a softer part of me
Girl, my life has been so cold
There were times I needed you so

Do you remember me? I
business, really
(Only God can judge me now)

Perhaps I was blind to the facts, stabbed in the back
I couldn't trust my own homies just a bunch of dirty rats
Maybe some of them had hopes of seeing me again
Some even said that my judge Judge Gerald Culkin
Wouldn't play it by the book
Maybe let us off the hook
you can't judge nobody by hair. If I thought that yyou would care I'd wear a wig up undeer my hair. Down or high the strongmans cry. People everywhere
whether to hang you or not,
But this here killin' of deputy sheriffs has just naturally got to stop'
(You gotta point there judge)

It was a most
far apart,
You had brought your lawyer
And I'd brought a broken heart,
The judge pronounced the words
The way you wanted him to do,
And changed your
I remember my grandfather's counsel
As he laid the leather to my hide
He said there's just one rule to life that always will apply
You can't do
ife I relived today
There's my old faithful dog that walked in every step I made
Sometimes he'd folowed me to school
And just laid around there
I can't believe what I'm hearing
I got the news today
Now everybody's talkin'
I wish they'd just "shut up and think"
I can't believe the hatred
she was just seventeen
We'd ride out of that valley down to where the fields were green

We'd go down to the river
And into the river we'd dive
Oh
she was just seventeen
We'd ride out of this valley down to where the fields were green
We'd go down to the river
And into the river we'd dive
Oh
judge

They say you're never lonely
They say you're with the best
But when they turn those lights out
I bet you spin and turn
And cry just like the rest
I remember my grandfather's counsel
As he laid the leather to my hide
He said there's just one rule to life that always will apply
You can't do