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Song Lyrics Essay

424 words - 2 pages

I got the magic in me
Every time I touch that track, it turns into gold
Everybody knows I've got the magic in me
When I hit the flow, the girls come snappin' at me
Now everybody wants presto magic
Magic, magic, magic
Magic, magic, magic
Magic, magic, magic
I got the magic in me
These tricks that I'll attempt will blow your mind
Pick a verse, any verse--I'll hypnotize you with every line
I'll need a volunteer, how about you, with the eyes?
Come on down to the front and stand right here and don't be shy
I'll have you ...view middle of the document...

Magic Man, I float on Cloud 9
I got the magic in me (I got the magic, baby)
Every time I touch that track, it turns into gold (yes, it turns to gold)
Everybody knows I've got the magic in me (I got the magic, baby)
When I hit the flow, the girls come snappin' at me (they be snappin', baby)
Now everybody wants some presto magic
Well, take a journey into my mind
You'll see why it's venom I rhyme
Stay on the road, so I call my mama when I got time
I hit the stage, go insane, then jump into that crowd
See, see, when I rhyme, I flow on the beat like pidda-dow-dow
See I deceive you with my intergalactic ego
I sing just like Aretha, so respect me like I'm Caesar
I kick it like Adidas, flowin' sticky like adhesive
Be cautious 'cause what I be on'll leave you with amnesia
I break all the rules like Evel Knievel
It's a spectacular show 'cause my heart pumps diesel
So whatever you're saying, it don't entertain my ego
I do this everyday, Hocus Pocus is my steelo
I got the magic in me (I got the magic, baby)
Every time I touch that track, it turns into gold (yes, it turns to gold)
Everybody knows I've got the magic in me (I got the magic, baby)
When I hit the flow, the girls come snappin' at me (they be snappin', baby)
Now everybody wants presto magic

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