"Acoustic Rhymes" as written by Paul Wright and Christopher E. Stevens....
Chorus:

But I got my rhyme and I got my rap but I got my style that is so kick back it goes one it goes two.

Verse 1:

Back in the seventies life was heavely Jesus freaks in the streets singing melodies long haired hippies walking in birkenstocks became prophets rockin in coffee shops 30 years later the musics changed but the message is the same from the san francisco bay they made a move to the city of Eugene where the grass grows green if you know what I mean I received my dream back when I was a teen and at a show I saw a man rock a freestyle flow so I grabbed my guitar and taught myself introducing you all to folk-hop from the west.

(Chorus Twice)

Verse 2:

Well it's 2005 I'm feelin alive thankin God I survived it's hard out on the road but you know that I tried to keep my head up when I was fedup I met some bunk crews but I won't let up it's like one mission one love one vision and I won't stop until the crowd can't listen but tonight I got a show in Chicago heights and crowds getting hype even though I'm white. I'ts like one mission one love one vision and I won't stop until the crowd can't listen.

(Chorus Twice)

...one mission one love one vision and I won't stop until the crowd can't listen.


Lyrics submitted by BassicChick

"Acoustic Rhymes" as written by Paul Wright Christopher E. Stevens

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, CAPITOL CHRISTIAN MUSIC GROUP

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