Donda

Album: Donda (2020)
Charted: 58
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  • Forever, yeah
    Can you hear me? Yeah
    Forever, yeah
    Forever, forever, no
    Oh yeah, glory, glory, glory
    Glory, glory, glory, glory

    It feels good to be home
    And to all of you, I thank you so much for your support
    For your support of me for so many years
    And more importantly, for the work you continue to do
    What do you want me to talk about?
    Well, he said something that was a little bit dangerous
    He told me I could talk about anything I wanted to
    And you know, I am my son's mother
    The man I describe in the introduction as being so decidedly different
    My son (When you're runnin' outta time and you're not outta time)
    And what made the project extra special to me is
    I got a chance to share not only what he has meant to me
    But what he has meant to a generation (Change the time)
    As one writer said, we came from somewhere
    Not just from the wombs of our mothers and the seeds of our fathers
    But from a long line of generations who came before us

    It's the kingdom (It's the kingdom)
    And the power (And the power)
    And the glory (And the glory)
    Forever (Forever)
    It's the kingdom (It's the kingdom)
    And the power (And the power)
    And the glory (And the glory)
    Forever (Forever)

    Forever, yeah
    Forever, yeah
    Forever, forever, no
    Oh yeah, glory, glory, glory
    What did I teach him? (Glory)
    And why Kanye ain't scared?

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