"I write with a great vengeance./
Sort of like I'm innocent facing a death sentence,/
Like I might not even finish my next sentence,/
Like all I got left to live is ten seconds./
The clock's ticking this could be my last song,/
My last will if you will before I pass on./
I'd like to pass on some words that a last long,/
And mean something even after rap's gone./
Despite all the wickedness in the wilderness,/
And the fact that my life kind of been a mess,/
If I die tomorrow I feel no bitterness./
No sorrow and not one bit of stress./
I'm feeling blessed that I made it this far,/
My 26th year, my 14th bar./
I see the sunshine, feel the bass line./
Listen to it tellin' us not to waste time...
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Cus if I'd die tomorrow,/ I'd feel no kind of sorrow./ I'd smile at my memories,/ and pray for my enemies.
Man, tough I'm sad I had to go and all, I'm so glad I got to know you all./
Don't feel bad, I hope I told you all/
We had one hell of a ride so far./
If I did die, oh Lord, no need to cry, oh Lord/
Cus I've been around. And been around friends who's been around since/
My story begins, seen my flaws and my sins./
I had the women, loved them all. Most the bads was my fault!/
Hope you forgive me and remember me by our happiest memories./
I tend to be afraid to give my heart away,/
But you was my light, and if It's dark today, I know you'll rise and shine someway!/
I went away on my way up, but that's a good way to leave!/
Believe me when I say - You made it easy being me!
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And mom, you taught me how to see things from the bright side./
That's why my brother survived, why you and dad stayed tight/
Though you divorced and broke up. Now I ran outta luck/
But I know you grow stronger when the going gets tough!/
Hope I made you proud, hope you didn't worry too much,/
About my drinking and drugs, it never came between us./
Didn't keep no secrets, always told you about stuff./
And I know you know I love you, and to me that's enough...
So if I die rich and famous in the hall of fame,/
Or in a prison nameless with a ball and chain./
Sky high above the clouds and the fallin' rain./
Makin' love to my woman hear her call my name,/
Or bangin' my head against a brick wall in pain./
If the last days of my life I was called insane,/
It's all love cus it's all the same,/
And if I'd get a new life nothing at all I'd change...
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I wouldn't undo it if I could - hell maybe I should,/
But it's one life to live, one love - it's all good./
Think I did ok at least enjoyed it while it lasted./
Think of how we laughed shit I'm smilin' in my casket./
Though I may have caused some beefs, and indeed I regret all,/
May have pissed off my peops. Best believe I won't forget y'all,/
When I'm chillin' in hiphop heaven or spittin' burners in hell,/
I hope you got your health and you're at peace with yourself./
Became older and wiser I hope you toast to my name./
I sit beside you guys even when my bones in the grave./
I got so much more to say, but this the end of the song,/
So just rewind the tape and don't mind singin' along... Come on!
Chorus
Outro
If this is the last song,/ and these are last days./ If the show really can't go on,/ then I'm catching the last train. X2 "
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Looptroop – Last Song Lyrics

Songwriters: LARRY EVOY
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