Cypress Hill

Letra de Born To Get Busy

Letras de Cypress Hill

"Born To Get Busy"

[Cypress] Born to get busy, born to get busy baby -- 2X
 [Sen Dog]
 I'm the the stiff and I do get nice-r
 Up the pussy when we in the same party, what
 We can do this bro, we can't be maxin
 The figures is useless, unless we're taxin
 This is a perfection and my tribe's the cash dump
 Known as a musician, imitator act up
 Nobody's kid brother, that means I'm up for this task
 And I set out from the beginning, to kick on the scratch
 Using modern technique, I place a beat in a rap
 I went to learn acquire knowledge of a scholar went to college, all
 Comes very handy when it comes to pushin shovin and stuff
 Then ask who is he though, I'm not the sissy
 I'm stiff to neutral brother, and I'm born to get busy
 Let us start to freak you and we'll make you feel alright
 When you come to Cypress HIll make sure that you're down with the tribe
 Cause we're born to get busy, born to get busy baby
 Born to get busy, born to get busy baby -- 3X
 (Yeaaaahhhaaaahaha, yeah!)
 [Sen Dog]
 As I stroll the ever ways of the buddha masters
 As I smoke my joint I feel one with the earth
 But a brother like me keeps on walkin to get to the
 next sign then blaze the next joint...
 *short pause, then outro comes on over "Stoned" instrumental*
 The, physical effects of marijuana
 The first sensations may be felt instantly after having smoked grass
 or an hour after having eaten
 Usually, they creep slowly into this stoned condition
 Inch by inch, sliding upward, but to beatnik
 The effects may come upon you, suddenly, and startle you full force
 (The, physical effects of marijuana)
 (There are four basic types of marijuana)
 Pyschologically, sometimes the early psychological stages
 coincide with the early physical stages experienced while stoned
 The famous "mind expansion" comes after the famous physical sensation
 Grass, heightens and distorts
 For example, profound revelations
 You may THINK you have profound revelations, only to discover...
 *music and fade obscure final words*