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  1. #26
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    Lyrics from this album...



    and this song...jeez

    [Verse 1]
    Welcome to the dark side of my bizarre mind
    I'm trapped inside of this amusement park ride
    There's an atom bomb inside of my hard drive
    I'm holding the apocalypse
    Let's take a ride and get lost in this metropolis
    Just realized that I'm an idiot
    Wearing my disguise, my real face is fucking hideous
    My pretty bitch watching Insidious with her pussy out
    Awww, Sookie Sookie now
    Rapper terrorist, rarer than good parents is
    Putting hard drugs inside of all your baby carriages
    Arrogance, throwing cherry bombs where the sheriff lives
    Just because that shit's hilarious
    And I inherited the thirst for self-destruction and I'm scared of it
    I wanna be buried with a novel and a chariot
    I'm a bigger illusion than good marriages or what it means to be American
    (Woah)

    [Hook]
    I took acid in San Francisco
    Stripped butt naked, caused a panic at the disco
    Fell for the bimbo that was dancing at the strip show
    I gotta stop thinking with my dick-hole (Yo)
    I took acid in San Francisco
    Stripped butt naked, caused a panic at the disco
    Fell for the bimbo that was dancing at the strip show
    A genius still thinking with his dick bone

    [Verse 2]
    Out in Wichita, Kansas, smoking meth with all the locals
    Asking them to teach me how to yodel
    Suppose I'll die alone from an overdose of some sort
    In a motel while some whore fucking running to the drug store
    I hacked into the motherboard, argued on a public forum
    Uploaded a virus to the network then unplugged the cord
    The laws are not important
    If you scared lock your door then
    I always feel like a foreigner
    Morphing into some sort of sorcerer
    I'm Yuri's brother if it's Lord of War
    What would I be normal for?
    I'm going door to door shooting porno's with a good script

  2. #27
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    Been enjoying my Amazon Prime Mac Miller station at work.

    Benefit concert
    https://www.complex.com/music/2018/1...enefit-concert




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    Entire Celebration of Life concert/tribute link.

    Doesn't start until 35 min in.

    I like the Action Bronson version starting at 1:02

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HLga...g#action=share

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    I didn't realize Mayer played the guitar on this track for him. That album swimming is pretty damn good.


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    Caught a Trevor Hall show last night and they broke into Mac's song 2009. Very unexpected, but really cool to hear a little tribute to him. I think Mac Miller is respected by many from multiple spectrums of musical genres.

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    His new album Circles is quite good.. I would check it out if you liked his music...

    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?lis...0zem9AeoBshbqY

    https://t.co/QzolkKI9Vs?amp=1 or on spotify if you prefer....

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    Quote Originally Posted by shaggy433 View Post
    His new album Circles is quite good.. I would check it out if you liked his music...

    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?lis...0zem9AeoBshbqY

    https://t.co/QzolkKI9Vs?amp=1 or on spotify if you prefer....
    Yeah, agree. Finally been able to give it a listen.

    Oh yeah...fuck fentanyl and all the douchebags cutting heroin with it. Line 'em up and shoot the fuckers.

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    Last night I was talking to my son about Kobe and (what feels to me a bit like) the over-the-top reaction to his death among a lot of younger people (my son's 24, and it has hit him hard). I was saying how maybe some of it had to do with the fact that younger people generally haven't had to deal with a lot of loss, especially really unexpected loss, of famous contemporary people they admired.

    I asked him, I mean who else has gone unexpectedly who you really thought was great, who was around while you've been around, and whose death really affected you? He said Mac Miller instantly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iceman View Post
    Last night I was talking to my son about Kobe and (what feels to me a bit like) the over-the-top reaction to his death among a lot of younger people (my son's 24, and it has hit him hard). I was saying how maybe some of it had to do with the fact that younger people generally haven't had to deal with a lot of loss, especially really unexpected loss, of famous contemporary people they admired.

    I asked him, I mean who else has gone unexpectedly who you really thought was great, who was around while you've been around, and whose death really affected you? He said Mac Miller instantly.
    My son is 24 also and Mac's death really hit him hard as well. Kobe not so much maybe because he wasn't a Celtic and he didn't have much of a connection? If it was Shaq he'd be devastated as he's met him a few times now and really likes him.

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    Mac Miller has had a profound effect upon my son. He is a music major at the University of Miami Frost School of Music and writes beats for a few Miami rappers. He thinks that M.M. is as influential as people like Chuck D, Prof Griff, Kendrick Lamar, Eminem, Dre and other greats.
    ďA society that puts equality before freedom will get neither. A society that puts freedom before equality will get a high degree of both.Ē
    ― Milton Friedman

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    Jon Brion - Circles producer

    https://youtu.be/faEKDnNXt4o

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