I never really understood a man's jewellery You soon to see me on some Karaoke super freak With a peace sign sweater and some Hammer pants Windows up, smoking weed in the ambulance Hopped out, 1988 battle stance Neighbourhood started to dance and made it avalanche Nobody got hurt, just lots of dirt Did the Michael Jackson kick and took off my shirt Broken wings coming out of my shoulder blades Poker face, hitting switches on my roller-skates Making soup out of Couscous and Froot Loops Moon walking down the block rocking some moon boots They don't know my name, I'm not that guy But they point and smile because I'm that fly Any day I get to stay way from bloodshed Becomes another night I get to ride into the sunset Traded in a horse for a bike So wave if you happen to see me on the South Side With a boom box strapped to my handle bars Zoom homie, take a bath in some caviar Getting drunk in the woods smoking a ci-gar Sitting on the hood of your car playing the gui-tar Face painted up to look like a circus clown Lookin around like everything's perfect now Match strike and light them candles Hold onto it, grab tight, a hand full You might be right, we might be assholes, shit We from the land of the ice-cream castles I never could fake respect What's it gonna take to make all them dots connect I must be old cause you look like a fool to me I never really understood a man's jewellery [De La Soul sample] "But you gots to keep it for real, forget about your jewels and..."
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