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Mobb Deep – Eye For A Eye (lyrics)


From the best album ever The Infamous Featuring Nas and Raekwon. Next song: Fort Minor – Remember The Name

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Mobb Deep – Eye for an Eye (Your Beef is mines)


Song: Eye for an Eye (Your Beef is mines) Author: Mobb Deep Alubm: The Infamous [1995] [Chorus:] As time goes by, an eye for an eye We in this together son your beef is mines So long as the sun shines to light up the sky We in this together son your beef is mines [Chorus] [Verse One: Prodigy] Let me start from the beginning, at the top of the list KnowhatI’mean? Have a situation like this Another war story from a thirsty young hustler Won’t trust ya, I’d rather bust ya, and leave your corpse for the cops to discover, while I be dippin in the Range Rover All jewelled like Liberace You watch me while Jakes tryin to knock me and lock me But I’ll be on the low sippin Asti Spumante Niggaz try to creep on the side of my jeep Stuck the heat through the window rocked they ass to sleep Over a 3-pack, it was a small thing really yeah but keep lettin them small things slide and be a failure If I’m out of town one of my crew’ll take care of ya The world is ours and your team’s inferior You wanna bust caps I get, all up in your area Kidnap your children make the situation scarier Life is a gamble, we scramble for money I might crack a smile but ain’t a damn thing funny I’m caught up in the dirt where your hands get muddy Plus the outcome turns out to be lovely Got G’s in my pocket hit off my main squeeze Push back, the sunroof, let the cold air breeze through the butter soft leather upholestry But mostly, keep the gat closely, cuz niggaz wanna toast me [Verse Two: Havoc] Yo I gotta

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The Kirby Stone Four (1957) – How Deep Is The Ocean (Featuring Larry Foster)


In 1957, The Kirby Stone Four recorded a dozen songs for the LA-based budget label Tops Records (which also distributed under the name Mayfair Records). These recordings, which featured some of LAs finest musicians, Paul Moer, Tommy Tedesco, Buddy Clark and Mel Lewis, consisted of a mix of standards and new tracks composed by Stone and fellow group members Michael Gardner and Eddie Hall. Two of the tracks, Alexanders Ragtime Band and How Deep Is The Ocean also showcased Larry Fosters amazing talent for vocal impressions. On How Deep Is The Ocean, for instance, he mimics well known celebrities from the era, including: Billy Eckstine, Mel Torme, Frankie Laine and Tony Martin in the first verse, with Perry Como, Liberace, Vaughn Monroe, Nat King Cole, and Enzio Pinza rounding out the second verse. By 1960 Tops Records was bankrupt, however, recordings from its catalogue continued being released well into the decade on labels such as Golden Tone, Acorn, Hurrah Records, and Rondo. NB THIS CLIP FEATURES AN EXTREMELY RARE, NEVER-BEFORE SEEN PHOTO OF MEL TORME WITH KIRBY STONE (BETWEEN THE 0:35 0:45 SECOND MARKS)

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