"No Surrender" as written by Tim Middleton, Anthony Henderson, Steven Howse, Bryon Mccane, Kenneth Lewis Mccloud and Charles Scruggs....
No surrender. No surrender.
My nigga just entered your business, so can I get a witness? Can you duck? Fuck the po-po, pow. Startin' to kick this,
gonna get my shit, and then you fucked up. Me buck. Me bang. Niggas ain't talkin' 'bout them thangs. Thugs remain, hang,
swang with a click tight claim, come again, now. They drop down when I'm off the block. Fuck them cops. Me and Krayzie
runnin' through the Boneyard, daily. Gotta give 'em up to the glock-glock, so I can serve me thugs and maintain to the brain,
and thugs remain to slang thangs. Long live the dope game, and it won't end ya, as long as my niggas remember: no pretender.
Get right up off the Clair, nigga, Fuck it. No surrender.

No surrender.
Not wantin' the copper to hit me, a lick up, found me a victim to stick up, pick up, rollin' the nine-ball, slippin' that's why me
trippin', bloody victim, get him when the time calls, dog. Take two-eleven, bailin', thuggin', knowin' these niggas well, then
Bone's fuckin' with the hoes, here comes them po-pos. Nigga, that pig done peeped me, me gots to flees and get my creep on.
Bone get gone, hit a wrong turn, mash the gas, and dash on. Jump outta the hottie, move me body, hittin' them cuts and trails,
runnin' like we lunatics, gotta make it back to (?). Escape and eludin' the chase, buckin' me gauge, so nigga, remember: me
killa, me no surrender.
Me killa, me killa, me killa . . .

No surrender. |
Puttin' me on my knees, tellin' me move and I'm dead, 'cause I'm killin' all your bitches, turnin' them blue suits red. And then
I'm comin' to that funeral to shoot that bitch up, because I know that's where y'all bitches is bound to meet up. Cop killas, all
up in they chest, and I know what to do with that vest, man. Twenty-two shots. I killa. You don't want to fuck with Bone,
nigga. And it really ain't shit to pu1l a trigger on a copper, 'cause if I go down, some of y'all goin' down, 'cause I'm goin' down
poppin'. So muthafuck all coppers. Let me catch you slippin', nigga, bet I pop ya.

Pop. Pop. Pop. Pop. Pop. Pop. Pop. Pop. Pop. Pop. Pop.
Pop. Pop. Pop. Pop. Pop. Pop. Pop. Pop. Pop. Pop. Pop.

Ya better believe it's judgement day. So, nigga, just throw your pumps up in the air. Now kill 'em, kill 'em copper, like ya just
don't care. When they come, they come creepin'. Me peepin'. Gotta watch them po-pos sleepin', put 'em in deep in gutters.
Me keepin' 'til a me rich and gotta get mine, every time. This'll be over in nine nine, so, nigga, get down for the crime, gonna
be more coppers dyin' in the line of fire. With thugs when I be slangin' my drugs, tryin' to cuff me and my nigga boy, gotta rip
them guts, and lay your head in blood. Better check yourself next time you test and try to smoke a nigga. Bitch, remember:
me killa. Me no surrender.
Me no surrender. Nigga, me no surrender. Me no surrender. Don't make me put one in ya. Me no surrender. Don't make
me put one in ya. Me no surrender.

No surrender.

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"No Surrender" as written by Bryon Mccane Anthony Henderson

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    General CommentThis song is about Bone killing some pigs and then going to their funerals and shooting them up. Great concept and great song.
    mescalinemanon January 29, 2005   Link
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    General CommentStraight ass forward: I'm doing my thing to survive, slanging my drugs on the street and running that game, and the po-po are fucking with me, so I'm going to do what I got to do to to stay alive, even if that includes killing some cops, "turning them blue suits red."

    Not really a family song, but the flow is monumental.
    lestat86on February 14, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI can't believe I overlooked this song when I first heard their album. Lyrically, it's not bad, but the music is definitive hardcore rap. 1994 was probably my favorite year for rap music and this album - or this song alone is just a good example of that.
    FaithFromHellon January 19, 2009   Link
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    General CommentThis is the song that got me into Bone Thugs back in high school, I found the cd on the ground and this was the only track that played properly on it cause it was so scratched up. I didn't really like rap back then besides Eminem, but I liked this song right away.
    DCBA25on March 03, 2012   Link

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