Ram Nam Satya Hai

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I'm the naked truth with a brain that's tuned to changing moons
Sabretooth, chasing you through your neighbor's room
Off an eighth of shrooms — so touch that with a stick
Above average and fit to crush rappers so quick
That they bump backwards and skip — backwards and skip
If they attack the skinny cracker with the Dracula spits
Cuz every word is a tool, and every joke is a weapon
At a show when I'm sweating inside the clothes that I slept in
From cocky as fuck to hunger pain knotting me up
Poverty sucks and I have not forgotten it once
Death is the bitch, I'm loving every second I live
If Heaven exists, it doesn't sound better than this, but uh...
... In sixty years, this will all disappear
And so be it, that's still no reason to live in fear
... bottom line, if we all got killed today
Allah builds and breaks, man, it's still the same Milky Way

Congratulations, you wasted an active imagination
To be bad actors making some matching fashion statements
Hippies are the future storm troopers of America
Little Trustafarians, shooting all the sheriffs up
What you believe is what you pay them to believe
And you'll trade in for a sweet custom place in the machine
I've seen it happen — cuz I've been crying, screaming, laughing
At a bunch meat puppets all stuck in repeating fractions
Yeah, I make assumptions, it's the only way the brain can function
Hard to be creative in a great big naked nothing
I'm sick of safe discussions, staged debates with puppets
Who embrace living in the same prisons they grew up in
... but in sixty years, this will all disappear
And so be it, that's still no reason to live in fear, baby
... cuz bottom line, if we all got killed today...
Allah builds and breaks, and it's still the same Milky Way


from Algorhythms: Deluxe Edition, released February 2, 2014





Algorhythms is a psychedelic rap duo, featuring lyrics by Thirtyseven and beats by Dr. Quandary.

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