R.U.I.N. - I'm Finally Here lyrics

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R.U.I.N. - I'm Finally Here lyrics

(Intro) [Verse 1: R.U.I.N.] Little against me, / no felony/ No Blackmail/ Get it no black male? / My mind off that rail/ I'm so Canadian white everybody know/ I'm so Canadian white my cousin is snow/ Asher Roth/ perish the thought/ cause I'm not/ Even my nose can rap better with iller snot/ Though I'm antithesis/ of gangster appearances/ I'm serious/ The illest lyricist/ in Ontario areas/ 8th grade teach Mrs. Potonik/ got it/ Living in a mosaic, forget politic! / Black kid always played the race card/ the white kid face's Beat hard/ The Indian's voice gave a joke to the retard/ But Asian kids were good at math, we aren't/ But all of us wanted to see the stars/ I've never been a hoodlum/ or a m**m/ But I knew some/ some smart, some dumb/ some good, some scum/ Peace, it's what we all want and need done son/ When we were little kids we acted like punks/ And we were trading Yu-gi-oh spell cards/ But in our field yard/ we still found grenade shell shards/ Teaching us that life is a war zone/ And we get in strife we don't like or condone/ my pain Is not my own/ but I've grown/ to write a Poem/ From the soul as shown/ with knowledge I've always Known/ That my intro/ to suffering was At home/ with my bros/ Ghetto's heaven/ I'll step in/ That's why I like Eminem, Pac and tech/ When I listen to them, they talk the real sh**/ That I respect/ Now I'm trying to inter-connect/ Various thoughts in my intellect/ The ghetto of diversity/ my stiletto in university/ I gotta figure out something that works for me/ [Verse 2: R.U.I.N.] First, with the Renaissance men project/ I felt like Kate Middleton, royally screwed/ Then Priestly Demolition/ I envisioned/ Magnificence then loyalty moved/ I ain't holding on to bitterness/ I ain't quitting sh**/ Going hard/ the past on my radar/ is a blinking blip/ The holy one know me/ as Hip-hop's Obi-Wan Kenobi/ Use the force/ pa** the torch/ I even go hard on a slow beat/ But time for Sabbath, time to be relaxing/ Heavy burden is off, time to lay back then/ To give you words/ and proverbs/ from my own mind/ To learn is human but to teach is divine/ First/ if you work/ your a** off, you won't take crap/ And you can be hustling without selling crack/ In fact/ the words of the track/ should make you feel/ Hip-hop is like Wendy's you know when it's real/ Divinely inspired, pray/ three time a day/ Like eating meals/ it's nourishment in a way/ So then I knell/ ‘Please Lord, help me to live this'/ Cause I just can't live life without forgiveness.'/ (Interlude)- Rob Bell's Sermon on Forgiveness can be found here- http://marshill.org/teaching/past-teachings/ [Verse 3: R.U.I.N.] To quote Gandalf we cannot choose the time we live in/ We can only Choose/ what we do/ with the time we are given/ So I'd rather be poor and righteous, than rich and wicked/ And say what I mean and mean what I say, when I spit it/ But Nas said it best for me and my game yo/ It was clear why the struggle was so painful/ Metamorphosis this is what I changed to/ And God, I'm so thankful/ (Outro)