Colors

Album: Colors Soundtrack (1988)
Charted: 70
  • Yo Ease let's do this

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    I am a nightmare walking, psychopath talking
    King of my jungle just a gangster stalking
    Living life like a firecracker quick is my fuse
    Then dead as a deathpack the colors I choose
    Red or Blue, Cuz or Blood, it just don't matter
    Sucker die for your life when my shotgun scatters
    We gangs of L.A. will never die, just multiply

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    You don't know me, fool
    You disown me, cool
    I don't need your assistance, social persistence
    Any problem I got I just put my fist in

    My life is violent but violent is life
    Peace is a dream, reality is a knife
    My colors, my honor, my colors, my all
    With my colors upon me one soldier stands tall

    Tell me what have you left me, what have I got
    Last night in cold blood a young brother got shot
    My home got jacked, my mother's on crack
    My sister can't work 'cause her arms show tracks

    Madness, insanity, live in profanity
    Then some punk claimin' they're understandin' me
    Give me a break, what world do you live in
    Death is my sect, guess my religion

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    My pants are saggin', braided hair
    Suckers stare but I don't care
    My game ain't knowledge my game's fear
    I've no remorse so squares beware

    But my true mission is just revenge
    You ain't in my set, you ain't my friend
    Wear the wrong color your life could end
    Homocide's my favorite venge

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    So I'll just walk like a giant police defiant
    You'll say to stop but I'll say that I can't
    My gangs my family its all that I have
    I'm a star, on the walls is my autograph

    You don't like it, so you know where you can go
    'Cause the streets are my stage and terror's my show
    Psychoanalyze tried diagnose me why
    It was a your brother the brutally died

    But it was mine, so let me define
    My territory don't cross the line
    Don't try to act crazy
    'Cause that shit don't phase me

    If you ran like a punk
    It wouldn't amaze me
    'Cause my colors death
    Though we all want peace
    But our war won't end,
    Til all wars cease

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    Colors, colorsWriter/s: RICHARD JONES, JONATHAN ROTEM, KISEAN ANDERSON, ANDRE GLENN CHARLES, TRACY MARROW, ADIDJA PALMER, SEAN POMPEY, JASON HARROW
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., BMG Rights Management, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., REACH MUSIC PUBLISHING
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