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(Sung)

Memories don't live like people do
They always 'member you
Whether things are good or bad
It's just the memories that you have
The Beenie Man
(Sung)

Memories don't live like people do
They always 'member you
Whether things are good or bad
It's just the memories that you have
The Beenie Man
not for all men
History will repeat again
It's time we learned
This world was made for all men

Heart surgery
Was first done successfully
By a black man
an di lane an round di ben
World dance is di name an di title
Do by di dumb, di deaf di blind and di cripple
An I don't know why black wizard love it
Now I and I say eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth
And He that live by the sword shall die by the sword
And if you're Christian go to Church
He's the man
He fights for law and order
He's the man
And standing one for all
He's riding for our liberty
Beyond the fear and agony
He will be
Big Black Woman

Woke up this month to the greatest site 
Of the man who has to spend the night
So the name was bad and I was good
45 check under
dreams

Land land of Liberty we're run
By a constipated man
When you live in the past
You refuse to see
When your daughter comes home nine months
an di lane an round di ben
World dance is di name an di title
Do by di dumb, di deaf di blind and di cripple
An I don't know why black wizard love it
he's still king, you too Muhammed Ali

But this bad black boy won't be blown away by anything
Yes this bad black boy won't be blown away by anything
lady lips singin' like on soul train
The niggaz that's a problem is minimal margin
The Colonel, Capitan, Lieutenant, General Sergeant
Black, one man
the last days and times are surely here 

Snakes and flakes get blown, by the rightous ones 

Divine minds bind, we unified as one 

Half of black
are created 
equal.
That they are endowed by their creator with certain inalienable 
rights.
That among these rights are Life, Yes sir!, Liberty
away my liberty
Father of coal, mother of pearl
Never too black to blush to pick up a white girl
The color of you, the color of me
You can't judge a man
He's the man
He fights for law and order
He's the man
And standing one for all
He's riding for our liberty
Beyond the fear and agony
He will be
Killing us one by one
In one way or another
American will find a way to eliminate the problem
One by one
The problem is
The troubles in the black
He was just and old country doctor in a small Georgia town
Fame and fortune had passed him by but we never saw him frown
As day by day in his kindly
ah,oh ah, do a walk by and watch everybody die
N****s into gangs thangs and narcotics
Freak b****es riches and hydrolics
Pull heat knock you off yo
on soul train
The niggaz that's a problem is minimal margin
The Colonel, Captain, Lieutenant, General Sergeant
Black, one man army move in on your squadron
arrived
Cornered by the order
Checkmate sucker, not a move, game's over!
Clocks bending backwards, many cannot get with me
A logical man, I'm the epitome
My
Can, and by coincidence we love 
The elected until the detected of being human
American falls, minorities lose war
But if we unite we would have won
ah,oh ah, do a walk by and watch everybody die
N****s into gangs thangs and narcotics
Freak b****es riches and hydrolics
Pull heat knock you off yo
possible
Jew, Gentile, black man, white
We all want to help one another 
Human beings are like that
We want to live by each other's happiness  
Not by
the wig-splitters and skid bitters who gets realer
Like Beenie Man, carjack a bitch nigga
Who got the keys to the Jeep? Sim Simmer

We never heard of yo clique but
wave hand
And not wave hand like it's a heat wave
So you make a fan by waving your hand
I'm talking wave like you saying "hey"
Man, and not hay for