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|(5 Stars)||Total Comments: 7|
Name: agee (Posted: 5/1/2008 7:50:00 AM; Partial IP: .82.31.168)
Location: magic city
Comment: great song love the lyrics
Name: Self Phobia (Posted: 11/17/2004 1:23:00 AM)
Summary: Great Song With A Positive Message.
Comment: When I first heard this song I was asleep. The next day as soon as I woke up I played the song about 4 times in a row. The beat and lyrics are just positive and perfect to listen to when starting your day.
Name: luvlileo (Posted: 10/27/2003 10:40:00 PM)
Summary: Hella Real!
Comment: This song is one of my favorites! The Grouch always comes hella sick, but most of all he keeps it real!
Name: J beats (Posted: 4/11/2003 5:30:00 AM)
Summary: All Day
Comment: Grouch put this one together perfectly. I listen to this track everyday. Another classic put down by the LL crew
|Name: Phayde (Posted: 10/19/2002 3:24:00 PM)|
Comment: This is another one of those mellow, thought-provoking songs that Grouch and Eligh are known for. Over a melodious beat laced with some very nice bass, Grouch and Eligh spit lines of re-assurance, faith, and belief (a la "Baby Don't Cry", only underground). Props up to Grouch for his ill production in this track.
Name: hiphoptime (Posted: 8/17/2002 4:01:00 AM)
Comment: I just have to say that this is one of the best songs I've EVER heard. This song is thought provoking; you can just "chill" to it. Props to the Grouch and Eligh for this track.
Name: truehiphoppa (Posted: 4/2/2002 6:48:00 PM)
Summary: A True Classic
Comment: Yo, I played this song for my mom and she cried. It's nice to see hip hop transcend through age and cultural barriers. That's when you know it's truly universal. I bump this track every day, givin' thanks.