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(Verse 1)

I'm half Malcolm
Half Kennedy
Half enemy
Half symphony
Put simply

Half coke
Half Earth
Half baking soda
Half a block
Half a key
Half the whole boulder

Half slave
Half king
Cuz split half with a queen
She fuck around an split the scene
With half of your cream
And half of your dreams

Don't believe half the shit you see this lifetime
And don't halfway believe
Half the shit you hear half the time

I keep an eye open
You halfway sleep
I don't spit raps at you
I halfway preach
To you shallow motherfuckas
Stay halfway deep

The Lord is my Shepard
As I awaken the sheep
Shallow niggaz can't follow
'Cuz I'm way too deep

Everybody "keeping it real"
But grinning from cheek to cheek
If you was really real
It'll probably make you halfway weep

Is this cup half-full or half-empty?
Is this clip half-full or half-empty?
Is this road half-full or half-empty?
Is your soul half-full or half-empty?

(Verse 2)

A kid dies
We halfway say shit
An innocent man is put to death
You halfway think he did it

...And what good is innocence
When the world thinks you're guilty?
As about good as life
'Cuz the word wants to kill me
I know you niggaz feel me
I know you niggaz see it
How they wanna see me dead, broke,
And defeated
In no particular order
As long as I'm slaughtered
They say I break too many rules
And cross to many borders

My death
I often thought of
When I go
How will I be thought of?

Live long enough to die the villain
Or die the martyr
Will they remember me
A coward or a Sparta?
I could die today
But you could die tomorrow

People are scared to die
But life is full of horror
Still it's worth living
Like there's no tomorrow
Try to minimize all the jealousy and envy
Cause you could have a million bucks
And STILL be half-empty



from The Sum of All Fears (Deluxe Edition), released September 11, 2012
Written by O. Hemans, M. Jones
Produced by Mozart Jones
Published by BMI Publishing 2012
All rights reserved



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Da Grym Reefer Jackson, Tennessee

Da Grym Reefer officially started his career using the moniker Renaissance featuring on Dr. Gigglez 1st compilation “Roastin N Toastin Vol. 1”, released in 2002.
He recorded his first solo song, a song titled “Frigid”. This song opened doors to feature on future releases by the young independent label headed by Dr. Gigglez, known as Jacktown Records, commemorating their home town Jackson, TN.
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