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2014 Lyrics

Back in the days, I knew rap would never die
Back in the days, I knew rap would never die

The year is 2004, people talk about war
I had to hit the floor when the bombs began to pour
Ten minutes ago I was mad 'cause my stomach was grumbling
Now the whole world is crumbling

I hear people scream across the street gettin' crushed
This went on for twenty minutes then the whole world hushed
I couldn't see shit but I could feel myself breathin'
Damn, I'm still kickin' but I'm just not believin'

I give thanks to God then I'm off on my mission
Ain't no stars in the sky so it ain't no wishin'
I wonder, I wonder, I just can't understand
Why am I the last man?

Back in the days, I knew rap would never die
Back in the days, I knew rap would never die
Back in the days, I knew rap would never die
Back in the days, I knew rap would never die

These crazy thoughts in my head won't stop
Where's my moms and my pops and what about hip-hop
I'm pickin' up things that could be of use to me
To build a makeshift crib where Hollywood used to be

And it ain't no forties, it ain't no blunts
I ain't had no ass in five years and eight months
Five more years pass and I still survive
And I'm through with wonderin' who's still alive

Until one day I'm just walkin' along
And I hear this kid singin' a hip-hop song
He said, "That's the way it is and it's like that"
I said, "Yo kid c'mere, where you learn that song at?"

He said, "My daddy taught me about the hip-hop game
I'm eight years old and Rakim is my name"
He said, "Yo I'll take you to him, come follow me
But first you gotta prove that you can MC"

So I cleared my throat got in a b-boy stance
And I ran through a rhyme that made him piss in his pants
With tears in his eyes, he grabbed me by the hand
And then we ran, ten miles across the sand

He took me to the spot, dig deep underground
Where I can hear the sound of the big bass pound
I wasn't really sure but I swore we smelled blunt smoke
No joke loc, well can I get a toke?

He took me to his pops and he handed me a spliff
And out behind the wall came Tash and E-Swift
They took me to a freestyle session it was on
I knew hip-hop would never be gone
Five hundred hip-hop deep
Yo, we cool in 2014, Alkaholiks still rulin'

Back in the days, I knew rap would never die
Back in the days, I knew rap would never die
Back in the days, I knew rap would never die
Back in the days, I knew rap would never die

It's gonna live forever
This goes out to the P-Town, [Incomprehensible]
Know what I'm sayin'?
(Back in the days, I knew rap would never die)
Check it out
(Back in the days, I knew rap would never die)
(Back in the days, I knew rap would never die)

Hip-hop don't stop
(Back in the days, I knew rap would never die)
Alkaholiks
(Back in the days, I knew rap would never die)
Check it out
(Back in the days, I knew rap would never die)

Songwriter(s): Eric Brooks, Ricardo D. Smith, James Anthony Robinson
Copyright: Liquid Music, Warner-tamerlane Publishing Corp., Jvh Music
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