"The Jungle" as written by Shawn Carter, Jamie N Commons, Alexander Junior Grant, Michael Francis Gonzalez and Samuel Harris....
Yeah, yeah, yeah

Well it's too long living in the same old lives (yeah)
I feel too cold to live, too young to die (yeah)
Will you walk the line, like it's there to choose? (Yeah)
Just forget (oh Lord) the wit, it's the best to use

(Oh Lord, said oh Lord, I said oh Lord)

Won't you follow me into the jungle (yeah)
Ain't no god on my streets in the heart of the jungle (oh Lord child)
Won't you follow me into the jungle (oh Lord)
Ain't no god on my streets in the heart of the jungle (oh Lord child)
Won't you follow me into the jungle

I lost my mind, in the city of lights (yeah)
In the backstreets buildings and the neon lights (yeah)
When I heard the thunder, I could feel the rain (yeah)
It's the same to me, just a different name

(Oh Lord, said oh Lord, I said oh Lord)

Won't you follow me into the jungle (yeah)
Ain't no god on my streets in the heart of the jungle (oh Lord child)
Won't you follow me into the jungle (yeah)
Ain't no god on my streets in the heart of the jungle (oh Lord child)
Won't you follow me into the jungle

(Oh Lord, oh Lord, oh Lord, said oh Lord, I said oh Lord)

Won't you follow me into the jungle (yeah)
Ain't no god on my streets in the heart of the jungle (oh Lord child)
Won't you follow me into the jungle (yeah)
Ain't no god on my streets in the heart of the jungle (oh Lord child)
Won't you follow me into the jungle


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"Jungle" as written by Christopher Noel Dorsey Byron O. Thomas

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    General CommentAlex Da Kid explained to Billboard magazine: "It was my goal to write and produce an anthemic song that would resonate with anyone that has grown up in or been around underprivileged surroundings."

    "I feel too cold to live, too young to die," "Ain't no god on my streets in the heart of the jungle." Makes sense. When you grow up in suffering, cynicism and aloofness can become stronger than they would have been otherwise.
    Lifteron October 26, 2017   Link

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