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Sometimes (Oh-oh-oh)
Something beautiful happens in this world (Akon!)
You don't know how to express yourself, so (And Lonely Island!)
You just gotta
While we was flying had to go sit by the pilot, cause she smelled like Rikers Island
Straight mack, straight stiff arm
Could I get some RiFF promotion?
Surrounded by the spoils that piracy has earned
Protect your treasure horde
From those you think would steal
Alone for many years long ago your
Sometimes
Something beautiful happens
In this world

Oh
Akon
And Lonely Island

You don't know how to express yourself so
You just gotta
Sometimes
Something beautiful happens
In this world

Oh
Akon
And Lonely Island

You don't know how to express yourself so
You just gotta sing

I just
Sometimes (Ooh)
Something beautiful happens
In this world 
You don't know how to 
Express yourself so (and Lonely Island)
You just gotta sing
ain't to be held, who could hold me? 
Hoes try to console me, rec' exec's want to own me 
Damned if I die slowly, drugged out broke and lonely 
Like so
ain't to be held, who could hold me? 
Hoes try to console me, rec' exec's want to own me 
Damned if I die slowly, drugged out broke and lonely 
Like so
ain't to be held, who could hold me? 
Hoes try to console me, rec' exec's want to own me 
Damned if I die slowly, drugged out broke and lonely 
Like so
crippled by the manacles of segregation and the chains of discrimination. One hundred years later, the Negro lives on a lonely island of poverty in the midst