I’ve been working so hard
I’m punching my card
Eight hours for what? Oh, tell me what I got
I’ve got this feeling
That time’s just holding me down
I’ll hit the ceiling or else I’ll tear up this town
Tonight I gotta cut
Loose, footloose kick off your Sunday shoes
Please, Louise pull me off a my knees
Jack, get back c’mon before we crack
Lose your blues everybody cut footloose
And you’re playing so cool
Obeying every rule
I dig a way down in your heart
You’re burning, yearning for songs
Somebody to tell you
That life ain’t passing you by
I’m trying to tell you
It will if you don’t even try
You can fly if you’d only cut
Loose, footloose kick off your Sunday shoes
Oowhee, Marie shake it, shake it for me
Whoa, Milo c’mon, c’mon let’s go
Lose your blues everybody cut footloose
Cut footloose
Cut footloose
Cut footloose
We got to turn me around
And put your feet on the ground
Now take a hold of the phone
Whoa, I’m turning it loose
Loose, footloose kick off your Sunday shoes
Please, Louise pull me off a my knees
Jack, get back c’mon before we crack
Lose your blues now everybody cut footloose
Loose, footloose kick off your Sunday shoes
Please, Louise pull me off a my knees
Jack, get back c’mon before we crack
Lose your blues
Everybody cut everybody cut
Everybody cut everybody cut
Everybody cut everybody cut
Everybody everybody cut footloose

As black as an oil slick as tough as they come
It’s parting the masses blocks out the sun
Beefed up on hurt, gung ho and proud
Suits, shades and outriders survey the crowd
It’s got the power to drop the bomb
You hear a rumble then it’s gone
He could blow us all to kingdom come
There ain’t no doubt he’s his daddy’s son
I wanna get a ride in Cadillac One
Don’t slow at tollbooths or stop at red lights
Plays chicken with the bad boys and gives ’em a fright
Heading down the highway to justice of a kind
Retribution alley an armour plated mind
With your war wagon rolling fueled on your spite
You didn’t listen to the nation but still think you’re
right
I hear a knocking on the doors of perception
You sound like a fool words of mass deception

It all began with the bright light
The bright light and the noise
The chaos of the senses
And the scream of desire
Touchin’ and bein’ touched
A million lose ends to tie up
Tickin’ of the clock
And the cradle rock
The colors stand still
And then they move around
Comin’ in and out of focus
Upside down
Empty winter trees
How space feels
Love of the soft
Flowers and the sky
One fine day
The chaos subsides
Bleeds into awareness
And a lifetime of surprise
The beauty of your mother’s eyes
The pain when you fall
You drink it in and marvel at it all
But you never really figure it out
You get used to it
The babble of the family
And the dumb TV
Roar of the traffic
And the thunder of jets
Chemicals in the water
Drugs in the food
The heat of the kitchen
And the beat of the system
The attitude of authority
And the laws and the rules
Hit me square in the face
First morning at school
The heroes and the zeros
The first love of my life
When to kiss and to kick
And to keep your head down
When they’re choosin’ the sides
I was never any good at it
I was terrified most of the time
I never got over it
I got used to it
Alone in the city
At seventeen
With the hollow, the lonely
The drowning and the drowned
I was made to feel worthless, the wretched and the mean
Beat me up like a weapon
I can’t run away from or find a way ’round
Holdin’ on, holdin’ on
The greed and the missiles
Exploding somewhere every day
Hideous dark secrets under the sea
And in holes in the ground
The cold war’s gone
But those bastards’ll find us another one
They’re here to protect you, don’t you know? So get used to it, get used to it
Oh, the clash of religions
And the loaded prayers
Information the face of starvation
And the state of the nation
The sense that it’s useless
And the fear to try
Not believin’ the leaders, the media that feeds us
Livin’ with the big lie
You get used to it
Hey, you get used to it
It’s okay, it’s okay, you get used to it

All through the day, in the saddle I sway
Visions grow as I go trail dreamin’
I see a home on a blue mountain dome
Love inlaid, that I made trail dreamin’
There’s a rainbow trail that’s lined with stars
That leads to a gate with moving bars
And it’s welcome, I feel till my vision’s so real
Turn to dust, ’cause I’m just trail dreamin’

If eyes are the mirror of the soul
You will find in my the scorn and apathy
You will read my hatred as in a curs’d book
You will see yourself as I see you
It is a mirror sombre and opaque
Which protects me, which stifles me
A great ditch around the heart
Which rejects, which estranges me
There is a world in my head
A dead world where nothing lives
And it is there I am, too far,
Far too far to be rejoined
A crown of thorns is still a crown
I am a king in a kingdom of suffering
I have taken my time to reach this stage
I have taken pains to torture myself
To descend, to descend
Into pain, I exist
And I my brain is numbed
The thorn in my flesh
Can overcome apathy
There is glory in humiliation
A throne to be taken, a crown to win
I have no more tears,
And my smile has lost its brilliance
I have forgotten who I was,
I have killed my emotions
Crushed, empty, weary,
Always standing, I am a tree
Awaiting the lightning.

“if he would of [sic] kept it on there y’all would of said they firing shots….grow to ppl.”

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Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window) Some blogs and fans are interpreting the development of IDK’s new song with Offset as coming off as another layer of Quavo’s ongoing feud against his ex-girlfriend. However, following the breakup, it seems that Migos are erasing any and all connections to Saweetie, who has dated Migos member Quavo and had a bitter breakup that continues to see drama from both sides. “They clout chasing HER atp,” one person commented. The original lyrics include the lines, “Say she like to do the lounge, she don’t f*ck with the clubs/My type, my type, like Saweetie, my type.” The verse still references the rapper’s hit record “My Type,” which many persons would know is an indirect reference to Saweetie even if her name is removed. Saweetie | IG @saweetie
The latest version of the lyric reads – “Say she like to do the lounge, she don’t f*ck with the clubs/My type, my type, yeah, yeah, my type,” raps IDK in his verse in the officially released version of “SHOOT MY SHOT.”
The latest audio is an alteration, however, of the original verse that shouts out Saweetie. It seems as though Offset (or is it really Quavo?) took issue with it and asked for it to be changed. The song “Shoot my Shot” received a lot of attention for the reference to the Los Angeles rapper. Some fans, though, think it is good that the name was removed as it can be misinterpreted as a beef with Saweetie. It seems that the bitterness from Saweetie and Quavo’s break up has run into the rest of the Migos group as it is now speculated that a song by IDK which features Offset has been refined to remove a reference to Saweetie. Fans, on the other hand, are of the opinion that the group is bullying Saweetie while also riding on her coat tail and using her song for relevance. Neither of the rappers have anything to do with the song, but it seems that the lyric being changed at the last minute is telling a different story. Did Offset pulled reference lyric about Saweetie from his new song with IDK?

They encourage the boldness I had to approach Chuck Fenda and create this opportunity for myself,” she said. Additionally, the article stated that Fenda had received permission from Jada’s parents before working with her as she was still a minor. Like Robert Kelly and Aaliyah vibes,” another added, “The lyrics and the age. It turns out that the sultry track titled “Believe,” featured the 16-year-old Jada Kingdom, and renowned reggae artist Chuck Fenda was already getting heavy rotation before many people knew about the “Heavy!” deejay. After a chance encounter with reggae artiste Chuck Fenda…Jada-K, seized the opportunity to audition for him.”
The article explained that Fenda was impressed with young Jada’s vocal range and decided to work with her. Jada Kingdom’s 2017 rise in the music industry with “Love Situations” is well known to her fans and followers. Jada told the media that her musical journey was fully supported by her parents. Share this:

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Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window) “My parents are behind me 100 percent. Parents..” and another expressed, “The age and the lyrics just doesn’t sit right with me.”

Yet, a 2014 Gleaner article titled “16-Year-Old Makes Musical Debut” stated, “She may only be 16 years old, but up-and-coming singer Jada Murphy is ready to take the music industry by storm. But a 7-year-old music video that emerged on social media on Sunday, April 18, revealed that this was not the artists’ first big appearance on the music scene. One person commented, “This is giving weird vibes. In the refrain, Chuck Fenda sings, “When I love I love you right, When I hold I squeeze you tight, baby believe me,” and Jada Kingdom, who went by just Jada K back then, follows with “I wanna do the things you like, boy I need your love tonight, it sounds like cliché, I love you each day.”
Concerned fans have since made it their duty to locate the video on YouTube, where they expressed their displeasure. The recent revelation did not sit well with some members of the public, who took to social media to condemn the lyrics of the song by Jada as a teenager and criticized Chuck Fenda for the collab.

Days go by and I’m still here
The bottom line is it’s unclear
Where I’ll go and what I’ll do
The choice still belongs to you
You don’t have to run
You just have to start it over, start it over
The pain is just too strong
You just have to start it over, start it over
I sit at home and watch the fan
Spin around as time still stands
Listen to my favorite song
Lifter tries to lift me up
You don’t have to run
You just have to start it over, start it over
The pain is just too strong
You just have to start it over, start it over
Seven words, one weak, teenager nosebleed, birthmark savory
Engine Number 9 be quiet and drive, cherry waves Sinatra
You will see it’s me falling down the path again
Complete with seeds sprouting the roots again
You don’t have to run
You just have to start it over, start it over
The pain is just too strong
You just have to start it over, start it over