"If I Should Die Tonight (Interlude)" as written by Ed Townsend and Marvin P Gaye....
Sometimes I think about dyin'
Yeah haa
Unfortunately I'm seein' a lot of death in my life

I seen a lot of friends die
I seen a lot of family members die
If I should die tonight
When I think about dyin' I think about

Won't it be all before my time?
a sense of release
Just released from all the pressures
I know dyin' sugar yeah

and all the negativity
'cause, I know you
I also think about, finally, gettin' a chance to see
all the loves ones again

If, I, should, die tonight
that left before me
That'll be kinda fly
Won't, it be, all, before my ti-me

Walk through the gates, see my grandmother
See BIG, see God, heh
I know dyin', sugar yeah
S*** is crazy

Because I know you, know you
I never been afraid to die
If I should, die tonight
But I know I don't want to die

Not just yet anyway
Won't it be, all before, my time?
Feel like I got a lot more livin' to do
I know dyin', sugar yeah

Lot of unfinished business
Cause I know, you, ohh
Know what I'm sayin'?
If I, should die, tonight baby

We'll see
Won't it be far before my time?
I know dyin'
What does it all mean?

Sugar yeah
Sugar yeah
What does it all mean?

I don't want to die...

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"If I Should Die Tonight (Interlude)" as written by Marvin Gaye Ed Townsend

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