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Screamn' whitewall tires and a guitar by his side
Billy's got the fever as he rolls on through the night
Some were born to listen, some were born
on that Friday night

Mary had to be by Billy's side

Everybody in that Georgia town

Knew that Thunderbird could fly


He pulled up beside that Chevy

Just
{"I know they miss yoooooou..." - Billy Paul}

[Chorus: sampled from Billy Paul's "JUst a Prisoner"]
It seems like every-BODY, everybody, everybody
seen him at the hardware store
I think his name is Billy, but I'm not sure

And as they talked a little while he passed by
She smiled at him he just
at the hardware store
I think his name is Billy, but I'm not sure
And as they talked a little while he passed by
She smiled at him he just said "hi"
He was thinking
seen him at the hardware store.
I think his name is Billy, but I'm not sure."

And as they talked a little while he passed by
She smiled at him he
boney hoes

Lonely like cheese and baloney only
I could've broke my "sacro-philly-ac" (sacroiliac)
Silly grind, Billy Jack, illy nine milli black
Listen
I was walking barefoot on St. Paul's bridge
When I saw a man talking to God
He was round and handsome
Anachronistically
A little odd
I overheard
wasn’t the same

Billy’s out in L.A., he’s a lawyer now
They worry he's so far away
Jeannie got married and lives here in town
She's comin’ over with
Some of that uh, LTD Lincoln Town Car
Some of that El Dorado funk, know what I'm talking about
Gangsta Shit, you know, lay back, cool out, yeah
forget what goes up gotta come down

(DJ Paul)
But all that's go change 
1997 Prophet Posse
You know what I'm sayin
Loved by few,hated by many
We in
I sat down and put a fifty on the bar
A whiskey and a beer, let's forget where we are
And keep 'em coming till I drink that whole grant up
Filling
[Verse 1]
Whoever thought Paul Barman would change the game?
I started rhyming when the radio was unbearably lame
Rappaz R. N. Dainja
"Depression is
Billy said this town is dying
It's dying just to be like me
He was fighting everything in sight
Died when he was twenty-three

I used to meet
Paul
Now how the hell you little nigglets
Try and test me
Knowing the whole time you grew up on the green
Y'all trying to be Paul
But I ain't tryin'
I'm a hero in my home town baby
Stop talking just go down baby

Long knife by the spinal built like a rhino
Push the 6-35 to the finals
Pearl white like
to understand myself
And pinpoint where I am

By the time I get things figured out
I've change the whole damn plan
Oh noose tied myself in, tied myself too
lady to love
I looked uptown downtown looking all around town
Searching and trying so hard
Looking for the right face but looking in the wrong place
the whole town's talking
'Bout the line I'm walking
That leads right to your door
Oh how I used to roam
I was a rolling stone

I used to have a wild
Chorus:
[D.J. Paul]
You dealing with some thugs
who like to hit it from the back (back)
with no kind of springs attached
what you think about that
(M.Callaghan)

All I have to do is dream
Nightshift,
Billy jean
Life in a northern town
You've lost that lovin feeling
Like a virgin,
She's leaving
But I long to see deep in his soul

To the town of Tahrarrie, he took me out dancing
Then we took a walk by the sea
We laughed and we talked and we
west like a kid they
Call Billy
Once again it's Mack 10 the gold crown hold of
Strong as a Coca-Cola with a crome pistola
Now who want to fuss so I can
Yeah, I like it when the girls
Stop by in the summer
Do you remember?
Do you remember
When we met, last summer?
New Kids On The Block
Had
west like a kid they
Call Billy
Once again it's Mack 10 the gold crown hold of
Strong as a Coca-Cola with a crome pistola
Now who want to fuss so I can