"A Day In The Life" as written by John Winston Lennon and Paul James Mccartney....
Aiyo, slipperly slurp slip, nigga, churped off, two sniffs of cocaine
This motherfucker broke the glass in my whip
Tryna dip, on this twenty dollar bill I had on my dashboard
And police is asking me son, why I whoop his ass for
Save y'all two hours of paperwork, my neighbor lurk
Watchdog, chew ass out, son, and put in major work
We collect antique ammunition's, and plus
We got them big guns, you only see in science fictions
My Uncle Cuffie's the chief, but my little, knucklehead
Cousin Mar', yeah, son, is a thief
And we gave him a job, making three hundred a week
But he slipped on my piece, now he's back in the streets

How many times have you let your tongue go slip
From the grin in your teeth and the cracks of your lips
I never heard such nerve before
But you better spill slowly through the cracks of my pores
Just to please you honey, just to please you honey
And how many times have you let your tongue go slip
From the grin in your teeth and the cracks of your lips

A.G. is King like Tutankhamen or Haile Selassie
Body the party, watchin' for niggas tryin' to Pac me
Or Biggie Smalls me, come on, please
With these gemstars, I'm Jason Vorhees
A's loose, so much pain inflicted, remain addicted
Carry microphones, with the Passion of Je-sus
It's Flamboyant for life, nigga, throw those L's up
Ain't millionaires, by this year, then catch us in 12 months
Now who's fuckin' with Andre?
A beast on the east, love on the west, ask Kanye
Still Diggin' motherfucker, it's that plain and simple
G.D. til' my heart beat,discontinue
On the ave., til every soul in the ghetto is gone
Where niggaz sell more rock than heavy metal songs
Anything you want to know, then read E2K
Fuck with A, and get broke up like B2K, cause


Aiyo, aiyo, 'cause I'm the piece, the magnetic, I'm not the weak and pathetic
Sometimes, inside my rhymes, you hear words that perfected
Master your Hung Gar, five animal form Kung Fu
Thunder the Barbarian sword, being swung
Wu-Tang, invincible blade, thrust to parry
Up the Temple steps, much water got carried
In this industrious world, meet the illustrious
Uncombustional, give props like Doctor Huxtable
Knew many men, only trust a few
Women, love the few, mention Wu-Wear linen, rugged blue
God-you's, I tuck a few, known to smash out a club or two
And represent the worldwide W


Oh, oh, your veins, may call, in sweat, for blood
Your veins, may call, in sweat, for blood
Your veins, may call, in sweat, for blood
Feed you the flesh of men, so you can see end again
Yeah, yeah

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"A Day in the Life" as written by Daniel Gallegos Carlos Damien Rodriguez

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    General Commentpretty good song any opinions on it ?
    Clappyon April 06, 2006   Link
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    General CommentCedric's voice sounds awesome. Especially on that first "I never heard such nerve before"
    The song itself is good. I like the last bit, that caught me off guard at first.
    forensics.on June 18, 2006   Link
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    General Commentthis song is already good, with the flow but its never a bad thing when u add the voice of cedric bixler zavala sick as hell
    ZavalaisAmazingon June 27, 2006   Link
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    General CommentWhen i first bought the album i skimmed down to this song and it totally through me off guard, i didnt expect to see cedric on a rap song. He did an incredible job.

    As for the meaning of the song, i think its about living on the street, having to deal with gangs and enemys. I might not be looking far enough into it though.
    B-lineon October 07, 2006   Link
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    General CommentCedric Bixler Zavala and RZA is, to my suprise, a match made in heaven. By far my favorite song on this album.
    mrjackjackjackon March 06, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI wonder what fork you use for the thoup? ;)
    Aghoraphobicon October 08, 2009   Link

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