"Just Might Be Okay" as written by Wasalu Jaco and Y ....
Affirmative no further furnishing is needed
I believe we are completed, dig
We all in agreement on the wall paper
Happy with the color scheme welcome to the crib
A two family habitat for humanity with a view with in the insanity
Live
My vida loca was built like bob vila villa gone
He architected, I arted what I harbored Jimmy Carter from Chicago's west side
Finish my construction now we hold we coming like contracepts
I'm conciespet that kunta get from conversation held with the Satan on my shoulder
Which lead the steps that kept me looking over the shoulder like chauffeurs were my angels at
Painful yet Mary I ain't Jerry Garcia ma here but I'm grateful church

[Chorus]
We just might be OK
After all
Sun don't shine
On this day

This feeling getting heavy is heaven
I am Atlas at this manage the balance
Massive mass pull my back with out tipping my glasses
This was not pitiful from passes of O G s
This is so me
Ask us many mention little homie, little bony
But the rhymes is fat
In fact
Just like a Rochester customer
God bless the mothers and younger brother is a hustler
Cause she don't want sob at his wake
But he want to follow in the step
Bang his hat learn his shake
Master his swagger in the bathroom
Mirror cop a Chevy steady mob in his place
Chea it's just the problem we face look his mom is in the face n promises his strait

Then he leaves the house that love built that
Hug renovate that section 8 pays for
Well lets pray for 'em
Let the beat play for 'em
Put the trouble on display for 'em
Cause he gotta go face the drama
With a difference face from the one that he use to face his momma
If you look close
You'll see it consists of a smile that hurts a ice grill
In a trace of trauma
Little bit of his father
Another criterion that's no difference from a young Liberian
Who let the delirium worry him living in it the city
Out of his mind
Liria reconsilia
I'm cool I don't for tell best
I ain't nicest MC, I ain't cornel west
I am cornel west side chi town Guevara
Malcolm exorcise the demons
Gangster leaning
He traded in his kufi for a new era
Chose a 44 over a mortar board
I ain't a credited institute graduate
I ain't from Nazareth
My conception wasn't immaculate
I ain't mastering no calculus
A good addition to the rap audience
I back flipped on the mattress they slept on me on
What down Joe, knowing is half the battle
Fighting temptation, have an apple
Shakes the snakes, pimp the system
Let's get into it, tabernacle


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"Just Might Be OK" as written by Wasalu Jaco

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    General Commenttheres so much wrong with these lyrics but this whole track is dynamikz!
    rapviciouson March 25, 2007   Link
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    General Commenthard to get some of the words in this song, its about growing up it the area he did, the last bit is about the misconception that hes a rich well off educated geek who doesnt know anything about the streets, like me ;)
    Lm_wfcon June 11, 2007   Link
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    General CommentFix'd lyrics-
    Affirmative, no further furnishing is needed
    I believe we are completed, dig,
    We all in agreement on the wallpaper,
    Happy with the color scheme, welcome to the crib
    A two family Habitat For Humanity,
    with a view where the insanity
    Live
    My vida loca was built like Bob Vila via God
    He archected, I authored what I harbored, Jimmy Carter from Chicago's West Side
    Finished my construction, now behold the coming like contracepts
    Im conscious 'cept the cons get kept from conversations held with the Satan on my shoulder
    Which led to steps that kept me looking over the shoulder like shofers where my angels at
    Painful yet merry, I aint Jerry Garcia ma here but Im gratetful shush

    [chorus]
    We just might be ok
    After all
    Sun gon' shine
    On this day

    It's finna get heavy is heaven
    I am Atlas at this manage the balance,
    Massive masses pull my back with out tipping my glasses
    This was not pilfered from passes of O G s
    This is so me
    Ask us many mention li'l homie, li'l bony
    But the rhymes is fat
    in fact,
    Keep just like a Rochester customer God bless the mothers,
    And younger brother of the hustlers
    'Cause she don't want sob at his wake
    But he want to follow in the steps
    Bang his hat, learn his shake
    Master his swagger in the bathroom mirror,
    Cop a Chevy, steady mob in his place
    Yeah, its just the problems we face, look his mom in the face and promise he's straight

    Then he leaves the house that love built, that
    hug renovated, that section 8 pays for
    Well lets pray for 'em
    Let the beat play for' em
    Put his struggles on display for em
    'Cause he gotta go face the drama
    With a different face from the one that he use to face his momma
    If you look close
    You'll see it consists of a smile that hurts, a ice grill,
    and a trace of trauma
    little beard of his father,
    Another criterion that's no difference from a young Liberian
    who let the delirium weary him living in the inner city
    out of his mind
    liria reconsilia
    I'm cool, I don't foretell best
    I ain't nicest MC I ain't Cornel West
    I am Cornel Westside, Chi-town Rivera
    Malcom eXorcize the demons
    Gangsta leaning,
    We traded in his cuffy for a new era
    Chose a .44 over a mother board
    I ain't accredited institute graduate
    I ain't from Nazareth
    My conception wasn't immaculate
    I aint master no calculus
    A good addition to the rap audience
    I back flipped on the mattress they slept on me arm
    What down Joe, knowing is half the battle
    And fighting temptation, have a an apple
    Shakes the snakes, pimp the system
    Lets get into it, lets have an apple

    Or as best I could, anyway.
    Wulfreignson December 05, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI love the whole house metaphor in the 1st verse. The atlas line was crazy too.
    DDDazeon December 26, 2007   Link
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    General CommentJust some further lyrical corrections.

    First verse- I aint Jerry Garcia ma here but Im gratetful shush... The last word is actually chuuch. Like church, made popular by snoop dogg.

    2nd verse was cool

    3rd verse- little beard of his father.... Its little bit of his father
    - Lets get into it, lets have an apple.... Its "let's get into it, tabernacle." Its a synonym for church which is how he ended the first verse. A clever way to end the last verse of this brilliant song.

    Thanks to Wulfreigns tho, u got the majority of the corrections, whoever posted it must have been in a rush lol
    Cushion January 12, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentActually it is ''the mattress they slept on me on''. As in sleeping on someone, or not ackknowledge someone's skills.
    uhuhyeahyupon May 24, 2008   Link
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    General CommentAlso, I believe it's ''knowing is half the battle, fighting temptation, half an apple''. This is a reference to the temptation of the forbidden fruit, which is an apple.
    uhuhyeahyupon May 24, 2008   Link
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    General CommentFurther lyric correction:

    The he leaves the house that love built, that HUD renovated, that Section 8 pays for.

    HUD (Housing and Urban Development) is the federal agency that administers Section 8 housing vouchers.
    bluegrass.gunneron June 16, 2008   Link
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    General Commentits knowing is half the battle fighting temptation have an apple. Like Adam fighting the temptation of the forbidden fruit.
    also, finna get heavy as heaven, I am atlas, atlas mangaed to balance massive masses on my back without tiltin my glasses.
    kingcam07on September 11, 2008   Link
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    General Comment"Chose a .44 over a mother board"

    It's actually "Chose a .44 over a mortarboard".

    A mortarboard is the official name for a graduation cap. The kid chose his gun over his education.
    GogglesVKon May 14, 2009   Link

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