Never Again

Album: The Swarm (1998)
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  • Remedy is a white Jewish rapper who is affiliated with the Wu-Tang Clan. The Swarm is a collection of tracks by Wu-Tang members and associates (a.k.a. the Killer Bees).
  • This song is about The Holocaust. At the beginning, a man is heard chanting the Hebrew prayer over wine (bor-ay per-ee ha-gof-en). At the end, a man says the "She-ma," one of Judaism's most fundamental prayers, and then gunshots are heard. >>
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    Andy - Arlington, VA, for above 2


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