Eminem:Yellow Brick Road

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“Yellow Brick Road”
Artist: Eminem
Albums: Encore (2004)

What we have to do is deal with it when these individuals are young enough
If you want to be saved not in a religious sense
But we have to constitute what this country?? for if only children
We seem to be approachin an age of the gross (burp)
We all have this idea that we should move up a little bit from our parents station
And each generation should a little better

Eminem
Alright come on lets cut this bullshittin and dub
Lets get it started lets start addressin this issue
And open it up
Lets take this shit back to the basement
And we can discuss statements thats made on this tape
And this whole origina
The music that we all know and love the music we all enjoy
The music that you accuse me of tryna destroy
Lets rewind it to '89 when I was boy on the east side of detroit
Crossin 8 mile and a war and they hit territory
Id like to share a story this is my story
And cant nobody tell it for me
I am well aware that I dont belong here
You made that perfectly clear
I get my ass kicked damn theyre everywhere
From bel air shoppin centre just for stoppin in there
From the black side all the way to the white side
Okay theres a bright side
A day that I might slide
You may call it a pass I call it haulin my ass
Through that patch of grass over them railroad tracks
Oh them railroad tracks them old railroad tracks
Them good old notorious so well known tracks

Chorus:
So lets go back
Follow the yellow brick road
As we go on another episode
Journey with me as I take you through this nifty little place
That I once used to call home sweet home
Come on lets go back
Follow the yellow brick road
As we go on another episode
Journey with me as I take you through this nifty little place
That I once used to call home sweet home

I roam the streets so much they call me a drifter
Sometimes I stick up a thumb just to hitchhike
Just to get picked up theyd give me a lift up
8 Mile and van dyke id steal a goddamn bike
From somebodyz backyard
And drop it off at the park
That was the halfway mark
To meet kim had to walk back to her mommaz and charmerz
After dark to sneak me in the house
When im kicked out my mumz
Thats about the time I first met proof
Wed goof hed carry on the steps said I was bored handin out some flyerz
He was doin some talent shows at Center Line High
I told him to stop by and check this out some time
He looked at me like im out my mind
Shook his head like white boyz dont know how to rhyme
I spit out a line and rhymed birthday with first place
And they both had the same rhymez that soundalike
We was on that same shit
That big daddy kane shit
Where compound syllables sound combined
From that day we was down to ride
Somehow we knew we'd meet again somewhere down the line

Chorus:
So lets go back
Follow the yellow brick road
As we go on another episode
Journey with me as I take you through this nifty little place
That I once used to call home sweet home
Come on lets go back
Follow the yellow brick road
As we go on another episode
Journey with me as I take you through this nifty little place
That I once used to call home sweet home

My first year in 9th grade
Cant forget that day in school
It was cool to your man