WHY LAB Podcast
WHY LAB Podcast
Mar 21, 2020
25 - "Justice Cream" [the thousands]
Play • 21 min
Album:  Circulation 
Artist:  The Thousands 
I stroll into the Summer. 
As the blunders and bleeps increase the need for sensational speech. 
Each time the beat climbs I unwind my neck, so the chords can come correct with the text. 
Bless on the collage sound, dodgeball with bricks plucking my veins for the fix. 
It's a strange way to live confined to the crib eating beat meals with a bib. I live to give good sounding syllables, Ill quote refillables, smooth verse construction, form vs function... 
Doing this justice, 9 out of ten pens tend to comprehend.  
That's why I'm in with lickity split raps, gram-cracker head smacks talk into the next turn smoking on the mic words. I word the absurd quickly with the justice cream. 
Twisting your ears, triangles and spheres. 
Medicine Park…like Q-Tips for years.
Ocean sent; mighty, layered, and bent.
Undiscovered country under the reefs. 
Great Barrier Beats randomly pleased. 
Twisted thru your spinal these beats are final. 
What you've  seen magnified and scoped. 
An independent artist, starving and broke. 
Willing to choke on fluid grooves. 
Lucy smiles and smoky rooms. 
We would meet for coffee up the street. 
She lives underneath my floor in 3D. 
Struggled with her temper…alcoholic to vent. 
Crying on my shoulder, “I can’t pay my rent”. 
She got fired, her boss she admired. 
Actress aspired her time expired.
FB: https://www.facebook.com/thethousandsmusic/
iTunes: https://music.apple.com/us/album/justice-cream/6390895?i=6390867
Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/track/3SmMoT4s4uQlTyBa2s4bsy?si=pRAKkxLWRWaslFihrXi5SQ
Join email: www.TheThousands.com


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