Eduardo De Crescenzo

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"I'm saying to you, that you will in a few minutes,

hear, from the man, who is taking the place,

of real black leadership, who will answer the call,

for true freedom, justice, and equality in America.

Well now, do you understand?" [applause]

[Paris]

Brethern heed the call of enlightenment

Of truth, Asiatic discipline's frightenin

some who act dumb embraced by decadence

The weak in the wake of true black militants

Hear the call and all heed the savior

Praise Allah cause in his energy made ya

the cream, Asiatic earth-born manchild

Freedom's comfort for some but meanwhile

Young brothers just don't realize

Cocaine's the plan, the devil derived

Produced and let loose to youth for profit

Fake so-called negroes won't stop it

Witness lies fed straight to the brotherman

Hopes are lost to the malevolent gameplan

Annihilation of original citizens

of this great planet Earth - listen

P-Dog spits the dope words born

Batterram's rollin task force swarm

Pigeons squawk with the talk of a new high

Controlled by the man whose plan is genocide

Intense is a sense of ignorance

When the wack can't get with the pro-black

program that's designed to enduce thought

Rhymes ya bought keep Panthers taught

Punks stay put, skinheads are flatfoot

Keys are played as I stay on route

Down the path of the righteous chosen

Word is born as the wack stay frozen

Locked in time, mindset is Babylon

P's the martyr while MC's babble on

Letter sixteen is me and some see

I freeze and snuff MC's like pipe dreams

Makin a mark with the start of the movement

Tracks in fact weak wack can't do this

Tooth decay cause the fake been snozin

Lead the lost and the cost is you've been

freed from lies by the wise new messenger

P-A-R-I-S is a blessin ya

can't underestimate or recreate

The sounds of Scarface, let the man BREAK!

"There is no in-between - you are either free or you're a slave.

There's no such thing as second-class citizenship." [applause]

"The only politics in this country that's relevant to black people

today is the politics of revolution. None other." [applause]

[Paris]

Which brings us to the next move - it's a simple case of

show and tell or rather show and prove

Of made up gank moves and foolish fairy tales

said by sissies, to snatch the record sales

So when you see me just say I told ya

My rhymes'll hold ya and mold ya to soldiers

And train your brains with the pride and the insight

to do what's right, yo black, it's yo' life!

Once upon a time called now we start this

A chosen one came forth from the darkness

To lead the lost for the cost of a beat tape

And make the blind see straight 'fore it's too late

I can't wait time's quickly runnin out

Call to arms, revolution's in the house

Unforgettable the words of wisdom

Brought to life by the ten point system

ONE: Freedom and power to determine our destiny

TWO: Full employment for the black community

THREE: Fight the capitalist with a raised fist

P.U.I. black and stack awareness

FOUR: Decent housing for the shelter of human beings

FIVE: Education and truth for the black youth

SIX: All black men exempt from military service

Hear my words and get nervous

SEVEN: A quick end to police brutality

Death of blacks at the hands of the P.D.

EIGHT: Release of all black men who are held in prison;

guilty 'fore proven innocent

NINE: Black juries when our brothers are tried in court

And in addition to all his we want

TEN: Land bread and housing and education

Clothing justice and peace for the black nation

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