"Second Coming" as written by Jimmy Webb and Robert F. Diggs....
Fiends were never waiting in the hill
They ran one step ahead
But the jiggy was always there
Upon the project pavement
There was death, enslavement of the mind
Single mothers are filled with stress
As I lay there with my baby
We would look, from the window, and cry
Then suddenly in the sky
Between the new world ages
We were blessed, and Wu-Tang fills the ear
With the melody of a train (Lord is suddenly here!)

False MC's are melting in the dark, all the weak LP's are
Going down
God released the tape out, early May
And, I don't think the world can take it
'Cause it took so long to make it
And the hip-hop game'll never be the same

Wu-Tang, Wu-Tang, Wu-Tang

Upon the project pavement
There was death, enslavement of the mind
Single mothers are filled with stress
Between the new world ages
We were blessed, and Wu-Tang fills the air
With the knowledge that God posses
As I lay there with my baby
We would look, from the window, and cry
Then the Wu-Tang sign appears, in the sky

Billboards started melting in the dark, all the weak MC's are
Going down
God released the tape of, Earthly pain
And, I don't think the world can take it
'Cause it took so long to make it
And the hip-hop game'll never be the same
And I don't think the world can take it
'Cause it took so long to make it
And the hip-hop game'll never be the same

Hey, hey, hey
Wu-Tang, Wu-Tang, Wu-Tang, Wu-Tang


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"Second Coming" as written by Robert F. Diggs Jimmy Webb

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    General CommentDamn. I was really hoping someone else had commented on this track.

    I had the Wu-Tang double cd for a long time before I payed attention to the lyrics on Second Coming, but now that I have I must say:

    How hilariously awesome
    readmedotexeon January 01, 2011   Link

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