"Interlude" as written by and Roy/sweat Murray....
OutKast,
Tea's long,
Tea's strong,
Lastin' long vs. long lastin',
Education, however, the difference between the two
Which do you live in, yo'self?
Luck of the draw, a master plan without flaw
Somethin' lastin' long leaves a compromising position,
Everything that isn't becomes questionable, unbelieveable, and becomes weak at some point,
Done got the strength blow and to hit jackin' this joint
Somethin' long lastin'
Big Boi and Dre, the duo whose chemistry gave the potion a rare fate,
Two Atlanta boys that became men in this industry,
For them same ol' boys to be OutKast, raps an' OutBlast, and outlast their peers of the game,
Move with the groove an' don't let the smooth groove fool you,
So to this, believe in them dirty Southernplayalllistic-caddilac-funky-ATLiens,
The kind that makes Aquemini,
Big Boi and Dre presents OutKast,
So get ready to bump!
808-style,
To "The Speakerboxxx" and "The Love Below"
Two albums
With the same ol' flow
Signin' off
A-K-A
Flossin' man


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"Interlude" as written by Anthony Johnson Roy Murray

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