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This is another hit from Biz Markie
Dedicated to the radio, not he or she
Be-cause it's time for them to get recognized
This is my version
killed each year by those who think that, after a few drinks, they're sober enough to drive the few short miles to home. this particular individual was one
it from the vultures

That's why I always get respect from true soldiers
While half of the critics claim it every year: "Hip hop's over."
FUCK YOU,
Yeah, it's time to wake up
Wake up and cake up
It's 187.4 fm on your dial
The number 1 station via satellite, cd radio and your stereo
out
But he kept playin' shows and pressin' on, chippin' away, song by song
After years and years of strugglin' strong, he got his chance and he took
[Kool Keith] 
Yeah 
Every morning I wake up lookin' in the mirror 
I am the original black Elvis 
That's right; when you see me with my wig
made
Then bring it to the radio and let it get played
There's no joke and only time to get fanatical
So listen up or pay attention to the Capital
I'm
my people that's over 40 now?
Classic, that's what they call us now

Every year I get newer, this goes out to the future
Just like Slick Rick
my people that's over 40 now?
Classic, that's what they call us now

Every year I get newer, this goes out to the future
Just like Slick Rick
But make sure this person has originality
That's right, original, yeah, you heard me
I don't want his beats soundin like Hurby's
Oops - I mean
Temptation, Kiss 100, or Flava
Get off from school and take
Ninety two point three but let's skip forward in time
Seven years down the line and it seems
(Ohh!) Yeah (let's go!)
I said once upon a time in a city that's mine
There was a nigga named Nickel that spit like Big in his prime
He got
wealth and possession would not be an asset.

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A few years ago a politician was on the radio
Saying that no one in the UK suffered from want.
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