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On a hot summer's night 
In the year of '75
Jimmy Doyle took his child bride 
Amanda, for a drive
She was only seventeen 
He just lived to see
hands in your chest
Runnin' cause I'm a rebel with the ghetto 
No fouls just checks, make a brother sweat
Word for y'all to earn my reject
Get it out
care what people say

The second verse is for my dogs workin' 9 to 5
That still hustle, a nigga can't shine off 6.55
And everybody sellin' make-up,
on my answering machine, to speak to me as a dream 
Pacific Bell know him, the phone is off, and I'm well known 
1-800 number, castle code see to summer
at least!
I played myself, for radio play
I never dance, but the skill it self, is a second chance (yeah)
I'm back wit two's by me, start the beef
I'm
keys and said "Go to the fourteenth floor"
So in a flash I was there, cold knock on the door
Bombarded by cigar smoke, the smell of Hell and War
And when
slip
That's one of you rap crews in the lip, huh?
I'm two seconds off, I'm one second lost from the six-pack
Now we put in together, we can all get that
keys and said "Go to the fourteenth floor"
So in a flash I was there, cold knock on the door
Bombarded by cigar smoke, the smell of Hell and War
And when
to be free
Just open your mind and relax with the Peas
Let us call our mellow crew, help you out to peep the ease
Like a thirty-five mile cruise,
how to be free
Just open your mind and relax with the Peas
Let us call our mellow crew, help you out to peep the ease
Like a thirty-five mile cruise,
four and sixty four makes a hundred and twenty eight 
A hundred and twenty eight divided by three 
Let me pause for reflection for a second
But
Throw your hands up in the sky and say
We don't care what people say

The second verse is for my dogs working 9 to 5
That still hustle 'cause a nigga
dollar signs callin from the far reaches of my mind at
5 o'clock every payday-mayday,mayday- i take a swallow
then two by ten the false courage and pride
thinking all this is worth my while
With my head in the clouds screaming loud

[Chorus x2] 
I got a love Jones, for your body and your skin tone
Five
It's been five years come this autumn, she remembers well the day
The day the fever got him, and took him far away
Far away from always knowing
the second part y'all 
You like the brain I'm like the heart
Yo from day one start you on walley clark
Inside the park I told you Q.B.L.F.C. combine
in the hummers
Cause I know them boys be some chiefing last summer
Buffet fire is my drink, and I drinks it daily
So I buys it by the truck load, so I
come wicked, 
We done heard of wayz........

I see one, two, Niggaz actin live,
3 seconds past before I blast with my 4-5,
6 shots, 7 cops, just
thought he might lose his mind.

They got married on V.E. Day
By the preacher from my mama's church
Mama'd always dreamed of a honeymoon
But daddy had
won't remember the time
So here I come a bombing every time I home in to
Off a funky drummer boom I get hot as Donna Summers
'Cause I reign supreme
the winter
Of the long hot summer
Somewhere in the desert
We raised the oil pressure
And waited for the weather
To get much better
For the new wind
be out in that backyard everyday during the summer
"Dad, can we go to the beach?", "Yes, get your mother and the dog"
"We'll leave right now, Sparky,
how to be free
Just open your mind and relax with the Peas
Let us call our mellow crew, help you out to peep the ease
Like a thirty-five mile cruise,
over, the gig is over (when a play)
The kid is older and getting colder (many fly by)
But his will hold ya, so listen closer to (a-a)-r-o-n
They
So we left Beirut Willa and I
He headed East to Baghdad and the rest of it
I set out North
I walked the five or six miles to the last of the street