"The Drop In" as written by Frank Casillas and Eddie Casillas....
Coming up from a sublevel known as the underground,
Kept it real and developed our own sound.
Didn't listen to no one else but ourselves,
Next thing you know, we've got records on the shelf.

On the shelf.

First things first, we get people to listen,
Understand this, we give them what they're missing.
Where they come from? I don't know,
But they stand in front of us and watch us glow.

They'll hear us drop in!
Drop in!

Well, I've been to the east and I'm from the west,
I've rocked my songs and I represent.
People think they're down when I come around,
They wait for years just to hear our sound.
No boast, no brag about herb we don't got,
What's up dawg? I don't want to get shot.
When the sun is shining and I'm about to get caught.

They'll hear us drop in!
They'll hear us drop in!
They'll hear us drop in!
Drop in!

Who's gonna give it up? I'm not gonna give it up.
You're not gonna tell me I'm done.

Who's gonna give it up? I'm not gonna give it up.
When I pay for my TV, cars and my dream.
I'm not gonna give it up.

They'll hear us drop in!
They'll hear us drop in!
They'll hear us drop in!
Drop in!

Go!

We won't be stayin'.
We won't be stayin'.
We won't be stayin'.
Drop in.

We won't be stayin'.
We won't be stayin'.
We won't be stayin'.
Drop in.


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"The Drop In" as written by Frank Casillas Eddie Casillas

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    My InterpretationThe band speaking about their formation and early years ... how they rose from a small scene to getting records on the shelf.

    Seems a relatively modest take on their success too. Unlike other artists they are not big noting themselves, or talking about the fame and riches they had from their music (although they aren't a "big" band by any stretch of the imagination).

    A very funky tune, that does really get you to drop in!!
    sokornyon March 22, 2016   Link

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