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ramel
08-15-2005, 11:36 AM
Brown sugar hill,grew black rosaries from cotton fields.
Diamonds out of hard coal, food seasoned with all soul.
That's gangster, The girls are like the pearls in the clam.
The sun,moon and stars, leaves that curled from the plant.
Trees planted in the roots, D's planted on the roof.
Looking for loopholes as we loopholes thru our boots.



That's just a little something ya'know!!!
1love

GuardianOne
08-16-2005, 12:54 AM
Its a good verse, riminds me of a film which had a title something like that. But it had its own way on conveying your creative approach to the constant.

Peace

ramel
08-16-2005, 06:39 AM
Its a good verse, riminds me of a film which had a title something like that. But it had its own way on conveying your creative approach to the constant.

Peace

Thanks, Nuff respect due

martyr
08-16-2005, 08:57 AM
...that's hot... it's real simple, but i like it... you got nice imagery there... its all real tight knit together... it gives off a good vibe.... i'm feeling it mos def... i like the title alot man, keep on dropping...