"Battle" as written by James Todd Smith, Rick Rubin, Erick S. Sermon and Sayeed Scott....
You just took in hiding, from yourself always slip-sliding, everyday a mask your wearing, trying to show your surviving, on the run from soul 2 soul, but you can never find your goal, you lose the spirit at the cost and now your soul it could be lost.
When you just had enougth, and you see no way out, its alright don't panic, things can work for your crew.
And its ok is what I say, when I'm praying away, and there's a hand from on high, god is never failing,
Everyday is like a battle but we'll overcome, when we get back in the saddle faith will bring us on.
Everyday is like a battle but we'll overcome, when we get back in the saddle faith will bring us on.
All the promises I have, hidden deep in my heart, I recall after all, of my worst existence, it simply says that when or less, that feeling blessed in my life, he will send the word I need, to restore contempt me.
I can always relay on my faith to, get by, we all can if we try.
Everyday is like a battle but we'll overcome, when we get back in the saddle faith will bring us on.
Everyday is like a battle but we'll overcome, when we get back in the saddle faith will bring us on.
You just took in hiding, from yourself always slip-sliding, everyday a mask your wearing, trying to show your surviving, on the run from soul 2 soul, but you can never find your goal, you lose the spirit at the cost and now your soul it could be lost


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"Battle" as written by Rick Rubin James Todd Smith

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    General CommentThis was a popular song from the 90's garage scean. It was unusual to have such a meaningful written song with presence, based on faith and belief in your self as a dance/club anthem, instead of an r&b/chart song. Which is why it stood out from all the other garage songs from the era. Personally I have drawn strength and belief from "Battle" in times of low self esteem and heart break. It helped me get back up, dust myself off and say to myself I'm going to make my life better! Which I think was the main inspiration for the lyrics. The opening cords and heavy bass intro are really great as well!
    Fearlessjpon April 20, 2017   Link

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