*Are all nerds as good as you?*
Yes

Uhh
Uh
Look look! Gander gander,
It's the young boy from the land of the Lamdas,
The land of Lincoln, the Grand Theft Auto Chicago, warn all the mics that he's hardcore,
And he's thinking, rose bearers to the area, spotlights,
Dancers, dancers,
Pro tools come in, answer answer,
His flow is like the Klu Klux versus the Panthers,
HaHaaaaa!

Hit the track like a heart attack, cancer cancer,
Boogie man on the mic, and a band of Santas,
And the Easter Bunny is the backup dancer,
They faintin in the stands, gotta fan the fans-uh,
Panties on the stage and the pampers of grandmas,
Cuz they love the way that I pamper the grammar,
Moonman struttin down the ramp of the lander,
Was nuts with the cane, Planters Planters,
Adjust my frames, tamper tamper,
I'm real, they Seinfeld
They ain't talkin bout nothin, George Castanza,
Louder louder, Grander grander,
'Cuff a friend, we tell it to 'em like Miranda,
The game's in danger, Panda Panda
Send orders to the reporters, tell em pan the cameras,
You might get killed if you don't listen enough,
Well I guess I'm dead cuz I ain't listen to Puff, HaHaaaaa!

Best believe our system it sucks, and a person like me don't believe in assistin' in such,
Nah, I be rippin 'em up,
But for every pond there is different ducks,
I believe if you participate at a lower level you can get a lot more things done,
Like workin with the alderman, but I ain't alterin' this song to be a political statement,
Let's take it back to the basement,
To the encore of the sold out tour,
The "more, more's" and the standin ovations,
They be standin with more patience than the county on a Friday, I did it my way.


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    General CommentNot the lyrical greatness you get on his albums, but he adapts his flow to the beat like no other.
    uhuhyeahyupon September 14, 2008   Link

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