Cold Crush Brothers – We Reserve The Right To Rock
Genre Rap

LYRIC
We Reserve The Right To Rock

We are a new generation with our own dreams and ambitions
We won't live in that old routine life of sticking to traditions
We choose to pave another route that'll lead us to the top
We make our own reservations and we reserve the right to rock

We reserve the right to accept and to refuse
We reserve the right to be able to choose
Wе reserve the right to put you all in shock
We reserve the right, ha huh, we reserve the right to rock

Who says we gotta be like a regular guy
Go to work on a train in a suit and tie
Make money, raise a family, retire, and die
And leave his wife and kids on SSI
Or stay in books if that's your station
Be in school seven years after graduation
Get a bachelor's degree, a PhD
A B.A. but sorry, no J-O-B
For some that's good, but as for us
There's nothing that we'd rather do than Cold Crush
Being somebody people want to touch
A few things excite me but not that much
We're following a distant light
That only a chosen few can sight
And we get closer to it every day and night
When the music comes on and our stars shine bright

We reserve the right to challenge and defeat
We reserve the right to play fair or to cheat
We reserve the right to ring the bell or not
We reserve the right, ha huh, we reserve the right to rock

You know it ain't easy being G.M.C
But it's a job that I hold very dear to me
I used to want to be a cop or a fireman
But like my man Popeye, ha, I am what I am
I guess I could've been a surgeon, that's not for me bud
Because the money may be good but I can't stand blood
And I could've been a farmer, garbageman, or a waiter
I was born to be G.M.C., a rhyme creator
I could've been a scholar or ball player
X-ray technician or even a mayor
Manager of a bank or teaching a class
But ain't you glad I chose to be the Grandmaster Caz
I know you are 'cause baby, I'm a star
And I reserve the right to rock

Before I speak my piece, just let the rhythm increase
And let me gaze at the stage that I'm going to feast on
When the curtain rises, the stage lights shine
If I could be in anybody's shoes, I'd be in mine
Ain't nothing like the thrill of so many faces
So many people and so many places
Making easy money when you got those hits
And hanging in when the other four'll call it quits
Now you tell me straight, no jive
Would you trade all that for a nine-to-five?
Well if so, not me, I just continue to jam
'Cause when I'm up on the stage you all know who I am
And I know you do 'cause I do too
And I reserve the right to rock

Every day I hear it, the same old thing
You're not gonna get anywhere trying to sing
But I know better, that's why I hold
This dream that leads me to my goal
I want more out of life than the average joe
So when I grow old I have something to show
For doing something that not many can
To have an audience eating out my hand
I choose to rap, it's all I wanna do
More money than a job and have fun too
Travel to other cities and before I forgets
No job has better fringe benefits
So don't get on my case, put yourself in my place
Because I reserve the right to rock

Who are you to tell me that I will not get anywhere?
And who are you to tell me that I need to cut my hair?
And who are you to tell me that I need a J-O-B?
If you ain't God or my mother, get the hell away from me, because

We reserve the right to do things our own way
And we reserve the right to live from day to day
And we reserve the right to not live by the clock
And we reserve the right, ha huh, we reserve the right to rock

To stay or leave, to come and go
To move too fast, to move too slow
To wear hats or braids or Jheri curls
To get nasty with the girls, hey!

We reserve the right to go by our rules
And we reserve the right to settle our own duels
And we reserve the right to lead and tend our flock
And we reserve the right, ha huh, we reserve the right to rock

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