"Death March" as written by James C D'agostino and Felipe Coronel....
This is an invasion
An occupation
Immortal Technique
The evil genius DJ Green Lantern
And you're now understanding guerrilla warfare
Is being spread by the superpowers of the industry
To the third world underground of the streets

This is for all those who have been labeled extremists
Maniacs, terrorists, shit
Welcome to the third world

Invasion, a ramp of monetary inflation
That brought us all to the footsteps of this nation
Peruvians, Haitians, Ecuadorians
Nicaraguans, Colombians, Salvadorians

They call us terrorists after they ruined our countries
Funding right wing, paramilitary monkeys
Torture the populaces, then blame the communists
Your lies are too obvious, propaganda monotonous
And that's not socialist mythology
This is urban warfare, to the streets of your psychology
So I'm like the legs of a paraplegic really
'Cuz I'm still part of you, even if you can't feel me.

You can never debate me, the M4's at your baby
Like troops and gats in Iraq do daily
So you can marginalize the way you portray me
But don't get Hollywood and try to play me
We could shoot it out in a dinner, like juice in the 80's
New jack city, classic crack mack villian
Shouting BET mount black on the Rap City

You got a contract to kill me, motherfucker that's fine
'Cuz there's a contract to kill your family when I die
So when your car explodes, don't be surprised
Soldier, I'm like marine core C4, even blow this spot with the beat rocking at 3,4
Canvas the flow, like the ghost of Michaelangelo
This is the anthem, Immortal Technique and Green lantern
Don't say shit bitch, you don't want the che che to come and fft
You know what I sick with, lyrical tuberculosis
Cocaine overdoses, blood come out your noses
That's when death approaches
March to my death, smiling
Laugh at the M's viling
There's no escape from this political asylum

Revolutionaries don't fear execution
Cuz the death of my (? )is a good constitution
It's just the beginning of spiritual evolution
God will reincarnate me as revolution

You can't take out a revolution
You can't kill an idea
Fuck, is you stupid?
You kill that man
He becomes immortal

Ignore the triplets
This is a fully loaded four four
Third world underground hardcore
Street hop locked and loaded
Motherfucker you should know it
Flash the door to the game
Open it overthrow it


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"Death March" as written by James D'agostino Felipe Coronel

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    General CommentThe lyrics posted are kind of off, it takes away from the cleverness of the song... Here's what I got out of listening to it...

    This is an invasion
    An occupation
    Immortal Technique
    The evil genius DJ Green Lantern
    And you're now understanding guerrilla warfare
    Is being spread by the superpowers of the industry
    To the 3rd world underground of the streets

    This is for all those who have been labelled extremists,
    maniacs, terrorists, shit.
    Welcome to the 3rd world.

    Invasion, and rampant monetary inflation,
    That brought us all to the footsteps of this nation,
    Peruvians, Haitians, Ecuadorians,
    Nicaraguans, Colombians, Salvadorians.

    Invasion, and rampant monetary inflation,
    That brought us all to the footsteps of this nation,
    Peruvians, Haitians, Ecuadorians,
    Nicaraguans, Colombians, Salvadorians.

    Invasion, and rampant monetary inflation,
    That brought us all to the footsteps of this nation,

    Invasion, and rampant monetary inflation,
    That brought us all to the footsteps of this nation,
    Peruvians, Haitians, Ecuadorians,
    Nicaraguans, Colombians, Salvadorians.

    Invasion, and rampant monetary inflation,
    That brought us all to the footsteps of this nation,
    Peruvians, Haitians, Ecuadorians,
    Nicaraguans, Colombians, Salvadorians.

    They call us terrorists after they ruined our countries.
    Funding right wing, paramilitary monkeys,
    Tortured our populace, then blame the communists,
    Your lies are too obvious, propaganda monotonous
    And that's not socialist mythology,
    This is urban warfare, to the streets of your psychology.
    So I'm like the legs of a paraplegic really,
    Cause I'm still part of you, even if you can't feel me.
    You can never debate me, the m4's at your baby,
    Like troops with gats in Iraq do daily.
    So you can marginalize the way you portray me.
    But don't get Hollywood and try to play me,
    We could shoot it out in a theatre, like juice in the 80's.
    New jack city, classic crack era mack milli,
    Shout and BET is not black owned on Rap City.

    You got a contract to kill me, motherfucker that's fine.
    Cause there's a contract to kill your family when I die.
    So when your car explodes, don't be surprised.
    Soldier, I'm like marine corp c4, even blow this spot with the beat rocking at 3,4.
    Canvas the flow, like the ghost of Michaelangelo,
    This is the anthem, Immortal Technique and Green Lantern.
    Don't say shit bitch, you don't want the check check to come a chik chik.
    You know what I'm sick with, lyrical tuberculosis
    Cocaine overdoses, blood comin' out your noses
    That's when death approaches
    March to my death smiling
    Laugh at the exiling
    There's no escape from this political asylum

    Revolutionaries don't fear execution
    Cause the death of my physical constitution
    Is just the beginning of spiritual evolution
    God will reincarnate me as revolution

    You can't take out a revolution
    You can't kill an idea
    Fuck, is you stupid?
    You kill that man
    He becomes an immortal

    Ignore the triplets
    This is a fully loaded four four
    3rd world underground hardcore
    Street hop lock and loaded
    Motherfucker you should know it
    Flash the door to the game
    Open it and overthrow it.
    w0wn3sson April 20, 2009   Link

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