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Lyrics: M.I Abaga – The Finale

Lyrics: M.I Abaga – The Finale



[Martin Luther King Jr.]
And when you discover what you gonna be in your life
Set out to do it as if God Almighty
Called you at this particular moment in history to do it
And just don’t set out to do a good Negro job
But do a good job that anybody could do

[James Blake]
You’re on your own, in a world you’ve grown
Few more years to go
Don’t let the hurdle fall
So be the girl you loved
Be the girl you loved

[Martin Luther King Jr.]
Set out to do the job and do that so well
That the living, the dead or the unborn
Couldn’t do it any better

[Martin Jr. & James Blake]
I’ll wait, so show me why you’re strong
(like Shakespeare wrote poetry)
Ignore everybody else,
We’re alone now
(like Michelangelo painted pictures)
I’ll wait, so show me why you’re strong
(like Beethoven composed music)
Ignore everybody else,
We’re alone now

[James Blake]
Suddenly I’m hit
Is this darkness of the dawn?
And your friends are gone
When you friends won’t come
So show me where you fit
So show me where you fit

[Verse 1 – M.I Abaga]
Hey mama I’m sitting in my final moments
Everything from now will only be a bonus
Stayed away from beef they say I got no kohonas
If I kill this rappers off I’ll still receive condolence
In the end nobody wins it’s a game that’s goalless
I’m understanding what my purpose is and what my role is
I gotta be the structure standing that can house the homeless
Everyone can trash the building just not the owners
Hey mama my appetite is just returning
Once again inside me I can feel it burning
In my brain the will of churning I’m so determined
Walked inside the home we built
And it was full with vomit
I’ll accept responsibility for my abandoning
We can start rebuilding slow as long as you intend it
May be the finale can rally the man them
Just tell em daddy’s home I got plenty to yarn them

[Martin Luther King Jr.]
And finally, in your life’s blueprint
Must be a commitment to the eternal principles
Of beauty love and justice
Don’t allow anybody to pull you so low
As to make you hate them
Don’t allow anybody to cause you to lose
Your self-respect to the point
That you do not struggle for justice
You have a responsibility to seek
To make life better for everybody

[Verse 2 – M.I Abaga]
Yeah, mama hip hop needs some new creation
All the people now are aid in segregation
Cause they ashamed of what we do
They trample our creation
This is not the nation that I gave it’s liberation
Uh, allegations of discrimination
Local versus punchline versus imitation
You have to realise that there’s no limitation
Just turn your inspiration into innovation
Mama, time is moving and the clock is ticking
There’s no time for idle talk no time for politicking
We have to find the groove we have to find the rhythm
It’s time rappers please emerge from where you hidin
Let them know that from the anarchy a sound is reason
Give them bars to set them free and not to build a prison
One is gold one is steal you decide which is it
You, you decide which is it

[James Blake]
Ignore everybody else
We’re alone now
We’re alone now
We’re alone now
I’ll wait
We’re alone now
We’re alone now

[Martin Luther Jr.]
And so you must be involved
In the struggle for freedom and justice
And in the struggle for freedom and justice
There are many constructive things that we all can do





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