D.J.s

Sublime

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publisher: ©Universal Music Publishing Group
writers: Bradley James Nowell
album: Track 13 in album 40 oz. to Freedom
release date: 1992
popularity : 8 users have visited this page.
genres: Hip Hop Rock Reggae
styles: Alternative Rock/Punk/Dub/Ska
length: 3:18
composer: Bradley Nowell
lyricist: Bradley Nowell

Album Information

label: Skunk Records
country(area): United States
format: CD
script: Latin

Cover Art

Sublime 40 oz. to Freedom cover art

Lyrics

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All of the DJ's surely have taken a lesson
Start talking trash and I'll come with my Smith and Wesson

A little competition comes my way (billy bye)
But it always winds up the same
But the stone that the builder refused
Shall be the head corner stone
Ah, but there ain't nothin' wrong
Ain't nothin' right
And still I sit and lie awake all night

Oh, all of the DJ's surely have taken a lesson
Try talkin' trash and I'll come with my Smith and Wesson
(Enough DJs come with) enough, enough style
(But when I bust my lyrics we all know it's) wicked and wiley

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Track Listing


CD 1
  • 1 Waiting for My Ruca
  • 2 Get Out!
  • 3 40 oz. to Freedom
  • 4 Smoke Two Joints
  • 5 We’re Only Gonna Die for Our Arrogance
  • 6 Don’t Push
  • 7 5446 / Ball and Chain
  • 8 Badfish
  • 9 Lets Go Get Stoned
  • 10 New Thrash
  • 11 Scarlet Begonias
  • 12 Live at E’s
  • 13 D.J.s
  • 14 Chica Me Tipo
  • 15 Right Back
  • 16 What Happened
  • 17 New Song
  • 18 Ebin
  • 19 Date Rape / Rawhide
  • 20 Hope
  • 21 KRS-One
  • 22 Rivers of Babylon
  • 23 Thanx