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Spoken - "This is a song, when me and Kage sit down to write a song, the ideas blast forth, bleeding together like wine. Now only once every hundred years or so does there come a duo, or a trio, or a 'tripulo' with the power to change music."

Sung - So write the pardon, and p-p-pardon, pardon, my A.

The music is beautiful, but so is the lyrics.
That's right, we gots to say way to be.
Way to be.

Ben Vereen was a ragin' queen,
but he rocked the house in Pippin.
So come on, way to be.

Lookin' for an apartment now woman.
I live at my mom's. I'm livin' at my moms.
But seriously folks, I live with my mom.

There was a man with a plan and the name Pat Riley.
He roused the troops and said come on Mighty 'D'.
He professed to rock the 'D'.

Join hands, make plans, Peter Pan it's a caravan.
Way to be.

With a clean blocked shot, and a 'D' rebound.
Secret to the magic of life we found, got to count on 'D', to be.
And you got to count on 'D' to be.
And you got to count on 'D' to be.

Spoken - "Go! - That's a new one, alright."


Lyrics submitted by BSX98


Pat Riley song meanings
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