Shabazz Palaces "Motion Sickness" (Directed by: TEAN)






Crime related
Activated
Trap located
Strap to spray it
If you face the case
You faded
Player you'd have never made it
And although the state delayed it
And been equated
Sent you back up on the pavement
This one here is dedicated
The mistakes you've made
Is seasons grown
Castles raided
Fortunes blown?
Spouses gone
Much too (later?)
Ten toes down cause to the gangsters rules you catered
Saw shit through a n***a that you knew was layed out

Ah moneys no object
You spending cash out of all four pockets
Your girl rocking lockets
Your goons pop the rockets
Apply the big four link, you are not it

A hood pedigree of syndicates and felonies
A gene structure most illustrious than the bustas
He in the fast life ultimate
Grind,? rules, shake and bake, scratch and scrape
Don't start no potential for sales
Fiends lined up like the crows on the fence at Ezells
It ain't hard to tell boy, you all aglow
Everyone knowin' now you in the show
Retainers paid out
Trying to map the play out
The streets is undefeated
Really now there ain't no way out
The world is closing up
Go re-up
Fix your cut
Feel your eyes?? your chains
And maybe you can style a truck

Meanwhile

Plots and capers
Lots of flavors
Knots of paper
Watch your neighbors
Wondering who's real or fakers

We in the breezeway
To be us it takes leaps of faith

The main question
You don't ever ask it
History say
Its the casket or the basket

You like "pass that, lets get blasted and masked up"
The wiz kid
Who could parlay like a diplomat
The last place you could think of where they'd get you at
80 miles from your sink where they sit you at

Life's a bitch treat her good or she'll get you back

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