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JON BELLION lyrics - Translations Through Speakers

Dead Man Walking

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You know, maybe I'm drunk Maybe I'm not Maybe this happened, maybe this didn't [Hook 1:] Call my doctor, call my lawyer Call my brother, call my priest There's paperwork to fill out Cause a dead man walks the streets Cause my sister has a best friend That's I've known since I was three And now I'm gon' get strangled Cause we tangled in the sheets [Hook 2:] My homies like "dead man, dead man walking" My homies like "you a dead man, dead man walking" [Verse 1:] Beautiful family friend is she Almost a decade older than me And I've been gone for quite a while overseas, yeah... And she's been living up in Albany Then I had two shows I played up state She came to show love and see my face Then we got drinks and we chilled like "hey" [Hook 1] [Hook 2] [Verse 2:] Now she's like "Damn! How did we let this happen, damn! How did we end up in this bed then?" I said "relax" and laughed like "This would be a pretty dope song." She's like "no, I swear to God I'll kill you No, I really will just take your life No, don't even think about it But that would be a pretty dope song." So I came home and I called my friends Then we got smacked and I wrote this jam I know for a fact that I'm going hehehehe It's over, My life is dead ass over [Hook 1] [Hook 1 x2] The funny thing about this entire thing You know like doing the one-take, write it quick, fun jokes? But my sister won't hear this until I release the album She'll hear every other song except this one So surprise

To Make Me Who I Am

AARON NEVILLE "To Make Me Who I Am"
I've walked through this world sometimes without a friend My life has been up and down, been close to an end But I've been through the mill And I've paid my dues Walked so many miles in different peoples shoes But I've been through the fire And I've walked in the rain I've felt the joy and endured the pain Once I was a schemer But I always was a dreamer But it took me who I was and where I've been To make me who I am I've met a lot of lost souls in the bowels of hell Traveled some crooked roads, got some stories yet to tell I've shot up with the junkie, in piss stench halls Broken bread with the devil, fallen on my knees to God Some days I was blessed, some nights I was damned But I always tried to lend a helping hand Once I was a deceiver Not I am a believer But it took me who I was and where I've been To make me who I am Oh, I've seen the little children, all strung out on dope No one to care about them, living without hope But I've been lucky that I always had a song I'll sing it with compassion, to try to right the wrong. Once my life was wretched But why should I regret it Cuz, it took me who I was, and where I've been To make me who I am Speech: This is dedicated to my friends in jail For my Brother Jake who had to ride the rail For my friend Roonie and Melvin, who were so dear They were so misunderstood But I wish they were still here To hear this song I sing from my heart They're forever in my soul, even though we had to part Once I was a deceiver Not I am a believer But it took me who I was and where I've been To make me who I am God said I forgive you Wipe away the scars Cause I know it took who you were And where you came from To make you who you are Cause I know it took who you were And where you came from To make you what you are

After The Love

PETER ANDRE "Accelerate"
I tried to write a song and, it started with a verse To explain how I'm feeling, but couldn't find the words Been trying so hard for so long But I can't find a way out this place that I'm in You don't know how I'm feeling, 'coz baby if you did You wouldn't turn your back and, say we should call it quits 'Coz I'm still trying to hold on But I can't find out this place we're in 'Coz we both (we both know), that it's time (to let go) So why do I just keep holding on? And if you still care, you still would be there After the love's dead and gone So call the DJ baby turn the radio on After the love's dead and gone Hit the replay button on your favorite song After the love's dead and gone Now we're in the same predicament, that we said we'd never be Back here again as we're breaking our hearts With endless fights & arguments, baby this just isn't me And you've seemed to change now we're falling apart 'Coz we both (we both know), that it's time (to let go) So why do I just keep holding on? And if you still care, you still would be there After the love's dead and gone So call the DJ baby turn the radio on After the love's dead and gone Hit the replay button on your favorite song After the love's dead and gone No matter where you go You'll always be a part of me no matter the distance A thousand miles or more You'll always be a part of me no matter the distance And if the sun don't shine (baby through the rain) You know your heart's still mine And now the clouds are grey (baby through the rain) We'll slowly drift away So call the DJ baby turn the radio on After the love's dead and gone Hit the replay button on your favorite song After the love's dead and gone

Too Soon (Biggie Tribute)

JOELL ORTIZ
[Verse 1:] I remember how I felt when your tape dropped Like 'how the hell can't find a song that ain't hott' Strong voice, your delivery is unmatched Your metaphors made it sure that you run rap Gucci sweater with the Kango hats When you was clubbin lumberjack with the hat to match When you was thuggin, to this day I listen back to your tracks Like you was buggin Felt like strangling that faggot ass nigga who threw the slug in And murked the king Probably some jerk who wasn't worth a thing You gave the ladies all them words to sing Gave the hustlers commandments to live by My how the time has wizzed by I know your proud of Jay, he a big guy Super Nintendo, Sega Genesis Now it's Xbox 360, Playstation on the hip But when it comes to this game Ain't a damn thing changed Damn that man blew out an early flame... cause your still the man [Chorus:] Your candle burned out Way before your legend ever lived I'll see to it that you live Talking bout you to the kids Like this man right here handled his biz Anybody who heard him knows what it is (Blew out too soon) [repeat] [Verse 2:] You wrote my favorite song of all-time Whoever pulled the trigger on you had a small mind Cause see this dude right here was a lot more than rap I guess he was over ya'll head like a bad quarterback Not mine, when I got signed I dwelled on what he spoke Rhyme for the bitches the niggas want what the bitches want end quote Ain't nobody better at putting emotion on the track It's well understand why you cause commotion when you rap Man you had the juice Some people think that you lied, you never died, and you back in the booth Man how I wish that was the truth Because with you back in town... we could lead this game back to it's roots We sincerely miss you The whole world wished every one of them shells clearly missed you Brenda's baby havin babies, now I'm fed up I'll address this one though, you keep your head up [Chorus x2]

The Remedy

End Zone
Epigraph: Destiny is not a matter of chance. It is a matter of choice. It is not a thing to be waited for- it is a thing to be achieved. William Jennings Bryan A question fades In the stillness of the air I have to seek The answer by myself What if I don't?.. What if I quit?.. Life is a game I'm the misfit There is a scar Cut deep, too far Beyond my flesh On through my soul Lifetime dividing gash Ten thousand dreams And miles away There's my lost yesterday A peaceful flow Through days... and maybe years Among the thoughts Of how it could have been... If I was there Back then again, Was unaware Of any pain Day after day It gets harder To bear this scar And overcome this depression bizzare I close my eyes And wonder why Someone does not give up A remedy- The healing power Is it really in me?.. Post Scriptum: The idea for this song came after the tragedy that befell Jason Becker. To the authors the way Jason treated this terrible SCAR is the clear example of how a person, a human being DOES NOT GIVE UP in the face of earthly misery and chooses to go on strugglingonly with the strength of his will. This is indeed a choice to be respected. The authors would like to address this song to those making their final choice of life and death.

A Damn Good Country Song

JERRY LEE LEWIS "Odd Man In"
Well I've took enough pills for big Memphis town Ol' Jerry Lee's dranked enough whiskey to lift any ship off the ground I'll be the first to admit Sure do wish these people would quit it You know its tough enough To straightin' up when these idiots won't leave you alone. Jerry Lee Lewis's life would make a damn good country song I've always done my best I've tried to walk tall Walk on Killer But when the evening was over I was drunk stumbling into walls Well I know I've earned my reputation Can't they see I've found my salvation? I guess they'd rather prove me wrong My life would make a damn good country song Lets get it now! I've had my share of women But they always seem to leave Gonna put me another quarter In the ol' pinball machine Well I know the ol' Killers been wrong That ol' change came over me took too long My life would make a damn good country song Jerry Lee Lewis's life would make a damn good country song!

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