[Lord Jamar]
Uhh, one time for my peoples that be lovin the rhyme (that's right)
We keep it bubblin, even in these troublin times
[Sadat X]
And two times for my people who be givin support (Alamo)
Showin us love in this rap sport (whatcha say, whatcha say J)
[Lord Jamar]
One time for my peoples that be lovin the rhyme
We keep it bubblin, even in these troublin times
[Sadat X]
And two times for my people who be givin support (Now Rule)
Showin us love in this rap sport
[Sadat X]
I'm enhancin, with the ? slams of hash
if the hellion pick on the black skelly
You ridin in cabs, from the Harlem and the ? van
with two hundred fan, to the telly wop and you don't stop
[Grand Puba]
Uhh, you go for this like a gofer but my shit be protected
like the plastic on your grandmother's sofa
See more pennies than a loafer, whip the SP-500
No chauffeur, if I slide to the ?, make sure I keep a prophy-
[Lord Jamar]
-lactic, mathematical tactics
We never movin backwards, attractive
To the active, mental state, and these black kids
can relate, to the shit we spit on the wax plate
[Sadat X]
The have-nots in this world is the type that lose they girl
? got stacked, but you ain't matched your mack
Them folks'll make it happen, somedays I say fuck rappin
in the Jimmy's Cafe suaree, I will play (that's right)
[Lord Jamar]
Uhh, one time for my peoples that be lovin the rhyme (yeah, yeah)
(yeah, yeah) We keep it bubblin, even in these troublin times
[Sadat X]
And two times for my people who be givin support
Showin us love in this rap sport (East coast) (yeah)
[Lord Jamar]
One time for my peoples that be lovin the rhyme
We keep it bubblin, even in these troublin times (West coast)
[Sadat X]
And two times for my people who be givin support
Showin us love in this rap sport
[Grand Puba]
Now I be the minnnnd bogglin, iced tea gogglin
Rhyme style thorough, collect paper like the Tri-Boro
My flows release from New York to the Middle East
Go and ask your niece, want a piece? Hot like fish grease
[Lord Jamar]
This release we bout to let go'z'about to set mo'
niggaz on they ass, figurin we pass
You fuckin with an all-star cast, Lord Jamar, Grand Puba
and Sadat make it hot for your ras claat
[Sadat X]
I'm stompin all these prices, known to blow out sales
Fly enough to be whale, with my eyes open keep the clutch
tone, everything, that I touch, I own
And I'll be here doin my thing, til my daughter is grown
[Grand Puba]
Now it's from New York to Tokyo, Guanamana Me-xi-co
Point me out at Tex-a-co, and watch the Range Rover flow
Play it in your hood cause I be that damn good
Slam my balls, up in more holes, than Tiger Woods
[Lord Jamar]
Uhh, one time for my peoples that be lovin the rhyme (that's right)
(that's right) We keep it bubblin, even in these troublin times
[Sadat X]
And two times for my people who be givin support
Showin us love in this rap sport (in this rap sport) (yeah)
[Lord Jamar]
One time for my peoples that be lovin the rhyme (whatcha say J)
(whatcha say J) We keep it bubblin, even in these troublin times (uhh)
[Sadat X]
And two times for my people who be givin support
Showin us love in this rap sport (worldwide)
[Lord Jamar]
It be the rich and the prominent that leave you lost
I be the dominant force, similar to gravitation
Follow my course of navigation, we'll earn respect
and admiration of the population pump it on your station
[Sadat X]
A masked man came with the quick-fast game
with the kick-ass aim, and the plan for holdin big heads
Tryin to jump two spaces and beat two different cases
I been to many places so you know this is the time
[Grand Puba]
So check the rhyme gallery, I earn the top salary
I go to battles, cause my rhymes is superfat with calorie
Watch the Grand blow up like The Nutty Professor
Tommy Hil' better see me with three mil', nothin less
[Lord Jamar]
From the days of James Brown up to Erykah Badu
Mass hysteria was nothin new, we put it down
in the midst of the abyss and likeness of God
Makin sure the course stays hard, yeah, what
[Lord Jamar]
Uhh, one time for my peoples that be lovin the rhyme (yeah)
We keep it bubblin, even in these troublin times (say what)
[Sadat X]
And two times for my people who be givin support
Showin us love in this rap sport (uhh, uhh) (yeah)
[Lord Jamar]
One time for my peoples that be lovin the rhyme
(keep it goin J) We keep it bubblin, even in these troublin times
[Sadat X]
And two times for my people who be givin support
Showin us love in this rap sport
[Lord Jamar]
(Sadat X, whatcha say? Lord J, whatcha say)
Uhh, one time for my peoples that be lovin the rhyme
(yeah, yeah) We keep it bubblin, even in these troublin times
[Sadat X]
(Grand Puba, whatcha say? Alamo, whatcha say?)
And two times for my people who be givin support
Showin us love in this rap sport (East coast) (yeah)
[Lord Jamar]
(Stud Doogie, whatcha say? East coast, whatcha say?)
One time for my peoples that be lovin the rhyme
We keep it bubblin, even in these troublin times (West coast)
[Sadat X]
(West coast, whatcha say? Whatcha say? Whatcha say?)
And two times for my people who be givin support
Showin us love in this rap sport
[Grand Puba]
It's like that huh, what?
It's like that uhh, what?
Keep it goin now, what?
It's like that like that it's like that huh?
Uhh, Brand Nubian
Ninety-seven
Born's God, Born's God
Uhh, Brand Nubian, ninety-seven
Born's God, Born's God


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