"Go Go Gadget Flow" as written by Wasalu Jaco and Rudolph Loyola Lopez....
I'm from the city in the midwest best city in the whole wide wide world (say it now)
I'm from the city in the midwest best city in the whole wide wide world (hey)
City in the whole wide world (hey)
I got my go go go go go go go go go go gadget flow

I'm back I'm back
I'm cool I'm cool
It's our identity
All me
No ghost no 16 bit like sega genesis
All g ball on the ball soundtrack on the track Gemini on the job
Shayla g on the g Sarah green for the green free chilly
And I'm back on my thing for the listeners
What you are about to to witness is
Lu new valuable album 2
Get ready for the ghetto ghetto images

From the m-a-d-i to the s to the o-n
Potent so get your oak pen
Move like a nigga supposed to
Get your dough on the go with the flow
That I'm holdin

I'm on my go go go go go go go go go go gadget flow
I got my go go go go go go go go gadget flow

Love, got the windy city on my back
So I'm back on my grizzle like a bearskin rug
Put some lain on the floor blame it on the goat
Little rapper turn it out cause I'm very pluh
I convert I can work anywhere any word you can ask my brother huh
He'll concur that I'm sers with the worst with the man up above thank you very much
That I got what I got and I'm at where I'm at like an a in a circle with a pay little erkel
What they say when they see og from the f to the f to the amazing verbals
They race in circles like they raisin a gerbil
I race in a circle like I'm raisin a horse
I'm racin a porsche while they racin in place
They race in a cage I race on a course
COURSE
That case in the court did not defer the dream
I am still a raising man with sun raging against the machine

From the m-a-d-i to the s to the o-n
Potent so get your oak pen
Move like a nigga supposed to
Get your dough on the go with the flow
That I'm holdin

I'm on my go go go go go go go go gadget flow
I got my go go go go go go go go gadget flow

I'm from the city in the midwest best city in the whole wide wide world (say it now)
I'm from the city in the midwest best city in the whole wide wide world (hey)
City in the whole wide world (hey)

Hey hey don't hate on me
My tank on full your tank on e
Look good on you look good on me
Cause I'm a go and never gon s-t-o-p
Like hey hey don't hate on me
My tank on full your tank on e
Look good on you look good on me
Cause I'm a go and never gon s-t-o-p

Like hey hey I'm the boss
Rock genuine time not de Lacoste
be on clean and phenom jeans
Little rap is like azemof
I let my momma into rhyming and she raised me off
A 80s baby on file like a safety off
Got my hood ridin high on 28s
Off of everything that's gon be like a 84
And they in love with him and I'm in love with them
And we never ride dubs again
No we won't
Tryna get a butter rim
A little too short to dunk
So we dock
From the m-a-d-i to the s to the o-n
Potent so get your oak pen
Move like a nigga supposed to
Get your dough on the go with the flow

I'm on my go go go go go go go go go go gadget flow
I got my go go go go go go go go gadget flow

I'm from the city in the midwest best city in the whole wide wide world (say it now)
I'm from the city in the midwest best city in the whole wide wide world (hey)
City in the whole wide world (hey)
I'm from the city in the midwest best city in the whole wide wide world (say it now)
I'm from the city in the midwest best city in the whole wide wide world (hey)
City in the whole wide world (hey)
City in the whole wide world


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"Go Go Gadget Flow" as written by Wasalu Jaco Rudolph Loyola Lopez

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  • +1
    General Commentlove the inspector gadget references. great song. Obvisouly its about where he comes from, Chicago
    soccerman90on December 22, 2007   Link
  • +1
    General Comment"I'm back, I'm back,
    I'm cool, I'm cool,
    Westside representative"

    Title's a reference to Inspecter Gadget, but also to his hometown, ChicaGO. Song's basically a hometown anthem kinda thing.
    Wulfreignson December 23, 2007   Link
  • +1
    General Commentthe reference to Madison in the song is about Madison Street which is a major street that runs through Chicago
    music poweron January 06, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI am still a raisin in the sun
    blackwaveon December 20, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commentyup, sorry about that.
    shnugen17on December 20, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentClearly I'm an idiot, I know he's from Chicago, but what's with the Madison reference?
    Veloriumon January 05, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentMadison Street,Westside all day!!! Westside Southside holla at me. Racine, K-town, Paxtown, South Shore Chicago all day. Its so funny though,...he has some things he says that its like only people from Chicago, can really only understand.

    "On everything I Spoke like a 84".
    The Artful Dodgeron January 09, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThe right lyrics are

    "Plus I'm layin on the floor
    blame it on the goat
    Little rapper turn it out cuz im very plush
    I convert I can work anywhere any word you can ask my brother huh
    He'll concur that im sers (serious) with the words
    To the man up above thank you very much
    That I got what I got and im at where im at like an a in a circle
    Wat they pay you little Urkel (steve urkel)"

    "Little rap Isaac Asimov
    I love my momma and the rhyming that she raised me off
    An 80s baby on fire like the safety off
    Got my hood ridin high than some 28s
    Off of everything thats gon be like a 84
    And they in love with him and im in love with them (it could be denim)
    And we never ride dubs again no we wont
    Tryna get above the rim
    A little too short to dunk
    So we don't "
    Cushion January 15, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThe right lyrics are

    "Plus I'm layin on the floor
    blame it on the goat
    Little rapper turn it out cuz im very plush
    I convert I can work anywhere any word you can ask my brother huh
    He'll concur that im sers (serious) with the words
    To the man up above thank you very much
    That I got what I got and im at where im at like an a in a circle
    Wat they pay you little Urkel (steve urkel)"

    "Little rap Isaac Asimov
    I love my momma and the rhyming that she raised me off
    An 80s baby on fire like the safety off
    Got my hood ridin high than some 28s
    Off of everything thats gon be like a 84
    And they in love with him and im in love with them (it could be denim)
    And we never ride dubs again no we wont
    Tryna get above the rim
    A little too short to dunk
    So we don't "

    This song is just lupe re-introducing himself to the listeners. Also giving us an idea of what to expect from the album. Also showing his versitilty with flows.

    Lots of sick lines in this
    "Higher than some 28's... Tryna get above the rim" is my fav.

    Props to lupe for a hot song and a classic album
    Cushion January 15, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General Comment^ Most of those were right...a little off but better than what I had. Good stuff.
    shnugen17on January 15, 2008   Link

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