"Raleigh Soliloquy Pt. III" as written by and Bradley James Nowell....
You guys don't know what love is.

You don't know what love is.
Until you've learned the meaning of the blues.
Until you had a love you had to lose.
You don't know what love is.

Let's see. What's happening? The sacks are filling up again here yeah.
Well we can stop that thing ya know any fuckin' time we want, let's do it.


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"Raleigh Soliloquy Pt. III" as written by Bradley James Nowell

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    General Commentdoes anyone know the lyrics to the "secret song" at the end of this track or where i can get them?
    hopatrainon July 06, 2002   Link
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    General Commentthe song at the end is a mix of a bunch of songs, most of the lyrics are from "don't push" though, so look that up =]
    theamazingtrevon October 17, 2004   Link
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    General Commenti have the wholeeeeeeeee rant. it's like 30 minutes long. it's fantastic.


    "you come to the fuckin country of genius? FREEDOM!? AMERICA?! thinkin you're gonna con us out of our country? whyyyyyy... fuck you, you fuckin profane BASTARDS, with no fuckin capital on that fuckin B. that's a super... fuckin... discharge, a minus.. fuckin B."

    absolutely classic.
    monticelloon June 01, 2006   Link
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    General CommentDamn, the "secret song" you are talking about at the end of this is just so great. It's a mash up of Dont push, Boss DJ and some jamming they do.
    It's great because you sit and listen to Raliegh and you think the song is over, but what you dont realize is that theres a really long part of silence (like five minutes) and you're probally sitting there talking or smoking, and all of a sudden you hear music and it gets louder and louder and Dont Push starts and your just like "WTF?! Yes!"
    hahahaha i laughed so hard when i first discovered this.

    here are the lyrics by the way:
    stolen from an african land
    chased out with a knife
    with a face like bob marley
    and a mouth like a motorbike
    oh well the bars are always open
    and the time is always right
    and if god's good word goes unspoken
    the music goes all night
    and it goes

    on the beach on blanket mommy i am the one
    buddy bye good lovin' give me lots of good fun
    buddy bye on beach break it and all night long
    they kickin' on the court listenin' to the reggae song
    me say a beach blanket wicked and wild
    my beach blanket she's such a nature's child

    stolen a shotgun you know what i'd do
    i'd point it straight up at the sky
    and shoot heaven on down for you
    because the bars are always open
    and the time is always right
    and if god's good word goes unspoken
    the music goes all night
    it say

    me do not want no lover me don't want no lover hey hey
    me don't want no lover me don't want no lover springtime
    here no lover me don't want no lover hey
    me don't want no lover me don't want no lover hey

    second street
    where it's at
    walkin' downtown you're strapped with a gat ey

    lifetime it's free
    anytime just call me
    438-4836
    this a kind of number make you get your kicks

    buddy bye
    i love love love love love
    no no no no no no no no no

    there's a steel train

    you ready
    yeh
    stolen
    kookoo

    nobody even gotta go to go by me
    i know the lights of a cop car can bust that
    i don't want nobody to come run up to me
    'cause i would not like to look like mamba
    i never want to be another droppin' motherfucker
    gettin' jacked and macked
    i need another pack
    then on the corner gonna get jacked
    'cause that's the way you'd end up
    where it's at
    clack come on
    get it delivered

    it's so nice
    i wanna hear the same song twice
    it's so nice
    i wan'
    JustKalaon October 04, 2008   Link

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