"Paragraph President" as written by and Aldrin/unknown Writer/s / Davis....
[Chorus]
Sit back, close your eyes
Peep back, got you open wide
I'll let you get a taste of me
It's going down in mystery
Sit back, close your eyes
Peep back, got you open wide
I'll let you get a taste of me
It's going down in mystery

Well it's the microphone ripper, party-rockin' gift of gab
I hit the scene, lift you on my beam
And send you through my high plains
Mind-train shiftin' through your migraines
Spit with that I hit with patterns get you twisted sideways

And I'm the head honcho, sport golden tonsils
Inventing new styles all the time like pronto
Four by four, runnin' over suckers like a Bronco
Haters say the lyrics ain't Gonzo but they wrong though

We walking up and locking up the game and sparking up the flame
You're not gone' be the same when our flow reach your brain
It's about to bust

Not your crush, show up at our show in a tacky dress
Sparking us, talking 'bout your prowess but we're not impressed

Checkmate, populous crush, monstrous plush
Rhymes that just thrust onto your buck buck
Just rush

Just rushing like the Nile River, power we deliver
See it's (going down in mystery)

[Chorus x 2]

You know, I know, you know, I know
(It's going down in mystery)

(Gift of Gab won't you learn 'em and assure 'em)
(That the fire that you spit will burn them)
Burning up the track and turning up the action
(Murder one attack him)
Serving what you're rapping
Urban gutter anthems
(Certain of the fact)
Curtains for the wack
Searching for the knack
(You're pervin' off the fatness)
Fury of the rather early mornings after
(Worldly like disasters)
Purely just the baddest, the chief clamp down on 'em
(Like a vice on a melon squeezing tight on your temples)
Feel the bass (as the wind blows)
In your face (and your mental) hear the taste
Instrumentals even break down on you like this
(We surpass your previous standards) drastically
(Mastering bass), setting nights so bright
(Beneath the skylight)
And days (and weeks) and months (go by)
And years (and decades) and we still so fly
(While the others are just fly by night)
And not tight (we keep writing)
Like scribes (but we tight) and so wise (c'mon)

The rhyme historian exploring everything that we got
And even more so we exploring everything that they not
These are the glory days for lyricists, forever we plot
Wait wait wait wait hold on a second bring it back (we plot x 4,
C'mon)
The rhyme historian exploring everything that we got
And even more so we exploring everything that they not
These are the glory days of lyricists, forever we plot
(It's going down in mystery)

[Chorus x 2]


Lyrics submitted by Matty

"Paragraph President" as written by Lateef Kenneth Daumont Tony Cottrell

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Peermusic Publishing, BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC

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    General CommentIt's the "mic and plates of America". Plates being the decks, obviously.
    Otomodachion April 26, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThanks corrected, know any of the others... i love this song, the beat is unbeatable... The first line is freaken awesome!
    Mattyon May 25, 2005   Link
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    General Commentsweet song any one listen to Jurassic 5? there good aswell. remind me a lot of blackalicious
    watsgoldin?on December 16, 2005   Link
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    General CommentYeh, Jurassic 5 are awesome ay!!! They often feature in each others songs, especially like Charlie 2na... Classic stuff!
    Mattyon January 03, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThese seem to be the lyrics that are generally accepted, but I really think they need a few changes...

    "Get hit so bad with two jitsu stabs I abid you" makes a lot more sense as "JIU-JITSU stabs"

    and

    "Under comet like Muhammad with the verbal robodome" should be "verbal ROPE-A-DOPE" as in Muhammad Ali's strategy in the Rumble in the Jungle against George Foreman.

    I guess that's all I saw that looked wrong... great track nonetheless.
    k4ppahon July 10, 2009   Link

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