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​Underground Railroad

This song is by Yazeed.

"Violence breeds violence, repression breeds retaliation,
And only a cleansing, of our whole society,
Can remove this sickness, from our souls"

"I'm gonna continue to say it to America -
The nation in which we live, is the SUPREME culprit!"

"And here's the proof!"

"Look there's a cop on your left, don't say nuttin.."

[Chris Rock] "In my neighborhood, cops was dangerous.."

[Richard Pryor] "Cops degrade you.."
(Well all right)
[R. Pryor] "Cops put a hurtin' on your ass man, y'know?"

"Gotta break those chains.."

"Good lord we've got to stop them!"
"This can't go on!"

(Yazeed)
For years, we've been travelling the underground railroads
Freedom in sight, we travel through the night
Despite attempts to keep us locked, mentally
Time to educate, and overtake oppressors
And RULE like we was meant to be
Poverty, projects, welfare, unprotected sex equals stress
Baguettes bring five you minutes of fame
Twenty-five years of death threats, no regrets
The prison moratorium project, keeps the isle in check
Can't forget, Black Panther Eddie Ellis
Black Power that devour, Redsauer society members
I enter, one-two-five, at the Community Justice Center
Logic Avenger, change, rattle caps
Dr. Cringer, blaze the stage with a controlled rage
Tone boots in cahoots with my troops
Indeed Yazeed's flow speed switches
Which is fatal for these major labels
Hah, fables of incarceration affect Generation X
Cause and effect (Yo, what's this nigga sayin'?)
I'm sayin', to the government, more education
Less incarceration, less disrespect, expect
If you keep violating us, we'll have no other alternative
But to strike where you live

Right here and now is the ending of the lies
Thanks for listening, something's got to change right now
Right here and now is the ending of the lies
Thanks for listening, something's got to change right now
Right now...

Prison moratorium project