Tell me where to go, tell me what to do I'll be right there for you Tell me what to say, no matter if it's true I'll say it all for you
I used to be the type of kid that would always think the sky is falling Why am I so differently wired? Am I a martian? What kind of twisted experiment am I involved in Because I don't belong in this world That's why I'm scoffing at authority, defying often Flying off at the handle with my mom, no dad So I'm non complying at home, at school I'm just shy and awkward And no I don't need no goddamn psychologist Trynna diagnose why I have all these underlying problems Thinking he can try and solve them I'm outside chalking up drawings on the sidewalk And in the front drive talking to myself Either that or inside hiding often to going somewhere quiet Trying not to be noticed because I'm crying and sobbing I had a bad day at school so I ain't talking Some c***sucker shoved me into a f***ing locker And he said that I eyeballed him
And if you fall, I'll get you there I'll be your savior from All the wars that are fought Inside your world Please have faith in my words
'Cause this is my legacy, legacy, here This is my legacy, legacy, here There's no guarantee, it's not up to me, you can only see This is my legacy, legacy Legacy, legacy
I used to be the type of kid that would always think the sky is falling Why am I so differently wired in my nogging? 'Cause sporadic as my thoughts come, it's mind boggling 'Cause I obsess on everything and my mind is small s*** Bothers me but now my father, he said sayonara and then split But I don't give a s*** I'm fine as long as There's batteries in my Walkman nothing is the matter with me S*** look at the bright side at least I ain't walking I bike ride through the neighborhood of my apartment Complex on a ten speed which I've acquired parts that I Found in the garbage, a frame and put tires on it Headphones on, straight ahead and kids tryin to start s*** But if this is all there is for me life offers Why bother even try and put up a fight, it's nonsense But I think a light bulb just lit up in my conscience What about those rhymes I've been jottin' They are kinda giving me confidence Instead of tryina escape through my comics, Why don't I just blast a little something like Onyx To put me in the mood to wanna fight and write songs that Say what I wanna say to the kid that said that I eyeballed him Grab hold of my balls like that's right fight's on b**** Who would've knew from the moment I turned the mic on I could be iconic, and my conquest is Is word to Phife Dawg from a Tribe Called Quest
This is my legacy, legacy, here This is my legacy, legacy, here There's no guarantee, it's not up to me, you can only see This is my legacy, legacy Legacy, legacy
I used to be the type of kid that would always think the sky is falling Now I think the fact that I'm differently wired's awesome 'Cause if I wasn't I wouldn't be able to work Words like this and connect lines like crosswords And use my enemy's words as strength To try and draw from, and get inspired off em 'Cause all my life I was told and taught I am not s*** By you wack f***ing giant sacks of lying dog s*** Now you shut up b****, I am talking Thought I was full of horses*** and now You f***ing worship the ground in which I am walking Me against the world so what? I'm Brian Dawkins Versus the whole 0 and 16 Lions offense So bring on the Giants Falcons and Miami Dolphins It's the body bag game b**** I'm supplying coffins 'Cause you dicks, butt kiss, a bunch of Brian Baldingers You gon die a ball licker I've been diabolical With this dialogue since 99 Rawkus You don't respect the legacy I leave behind y'all can Suck a dick, the day you beat me pigs'll fly out my a** And a flying saucer full of Italian sausage The most high exalting and I ain't halting Till I die of exhaustion inhale my exhaust fumes The best part about me is I am not you I am me, I'm a fire marshall and this is my
Legacy, legacy, here This is my legacy, legacy, here There's no guarantee, it's not up to me, you can only see This is my legacy, legacy Legacy, legacy
Writer/s: David Brook, Emile Haynie, Marshall Mathers, Polina Goudieva
Publisher: Ultra Tunes
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