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LG Wise - Da Weight Is Over... We Here Son! album flac

LG Wise - Da Weight Is Over... We Here Son! album flac Performer: LG Wise
Title: Da Weight Is Over... We Here Son!
Released: 2002
MP3 album: 1684 mb
FLAC album: 1409 mb
Rating: 4.2
Genre: Hip-hop

Album Me Vs. Industry. Da Weight is Over Lyrics. We here son, I'm tellin you thugs and fake ones Don't blaze one, just eat the bread that I break son Trying to stop me, leavin stuck on phase one We here son, ain't goin nowhere until we done Take a track from Jay-Z, and flip back like crazy Claimin you God, but look more like Patrick.

VERSE 1 (LG Wise) Generation in a curse And they feelin' sad Too many shorties are in da hearse Before they knowin they dad How many sons will never know they daddys So young and confused So its the streets where they learn to live So when they choose then they lose. Its like the day that Pac died A place in your heart you gonna cry I cant lie The Lord will come and wipe da tears from yo eyes But Jesus shed his blood to save a thug Then they got us bustin slugs Them haters bust his head But he still showed em love. CHORUS To all my shorties on da blocks (hey young world) To all the thugs slangin rocks (hey young world) Even if you on lock down All my ladies the world is yours (2X).

All da way from Pompano To let em know Son, just how da story go. And from Ft. Lauderdale Where dey make em yell And dey push more weight dan mail. More "Me vs. Industry" Album Lyrics. Da Weight Is Over lyrics by .

Original lyrics of It Yo song by . Explain your version of song meaning, find more of . Chose God over pleasure, tell me where would I be Shorties listen to this music, livin ghetto fantisies And think they thuggin but really buggin On the block where they sell, now theyself is all they huggin While they locked in the cell, See all the homies rollin thick, so they know that they want that Got 'em lost in the hood with  . Lyrics taken from /lyrics/l/lg wise/it yo.

Over the Hills and Far Away" is a traditional British song, dating back to at least the late 17th century. One version was published in Thomas D'Urfey's Wit and Mirth, or Pills to Purge Melancholy; a very different one appeared in George Farquhar's 1706 play The Recruiting Officer. A version also appears in John Gay's The Beggar's Opera of 1728. The words have changed over the years, as can be seen in the versions below. The only consistent element in early versions is the title line and the tune.

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1 Intro
2 Get Ready
Featuring – D.C.P.
3 Hey Young World
Featuring – D.C.P. , EDI/Outlawz*
4 Dat's Why We Die
Featuring – D.C.P.
5 It Ain't Yo
6 Da Weight Is Over
7 Ghetto Victory
Featuring – D.C.P.
8 Live Or Die
Featuring – Young Wiz
9 Da End
Featuring – D.C.P.
10 Hey Young World Extended Version
Featuring – Bro. Marquis*, Young Wiz
11 Get Ready L.G.'s Extended Version
12 How Many
Featuring – D.C.P.
13 Just A Lil Love
14 Outro