Welcome To Death Row Lyrics

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Welcome To Death Row Lyrics By Plies

[Intro: Dr. Dre]
This is dedicated to the niggas that was down from day one
Welcome to Death Row
[Chorus: Jewell]
People in the ghetto, don’t you know it’s Death Row… (Death Row)
People in the ghetto, don’t you know it’s Death Row… (Don’t you know….)
People in the ghetto, don’t you know it’s Death Row… (Death Row)
People in the ghetto, don’t you know it’s Death Row…
[Verse 1: Danny Boy]
Now my people in the ghetto
I think it’s about time, a new breed has arrived
So please get your groove on
And to all that’s against us, we really ain’t offensive
You ought to be sanctified
If you know what I know about the people stranded on Death Row
You might wanna ride
[Chorus: Jewell]
People in the ghetto, don’t you know it’s Death Row… (Rock on)
People in the ghetto, don’t you know it’s Death Row… (Brothers and sisters…)
People in the ghetto, don’t you know it’s Death Row… (People on Death Row) (Rock on)
People in the ghetto, don’t you know it’s Death Row… (Uhhh hooooee)
[Verse 2: 2Pac]
Don’t never underestimate the power of brothers
Convicted fellons and gangbangers from outta the gutter
We saw our chance, so we crept slow
Me and Danny Boy stranded on Death Row, for real though
Money makin’, allergic to playa haters and cowards fakin’
Tricks come and get their pictures taken (Death Row)
There ain’t nuthin’ left to say but brother pray
Try to keep ya head up and look for better days
On Death Row..
[Chorus: Jewell]
People in the ghetto, don’t you know it’s Death Row… (That’s right… y’all know what time it is..hehehe)
People in the ghetto, don’t you know it’s Death Row… (yeah, yeah… this one’s for the og’s, all the hardheads, the knuckleheads,)
People in the ghetto, don’t you know it’s Death Row… (the squares, the g’s, the gangsters, the thugs)
People in the ghetto, don’t you know it’s Death Row… (the ones that wants to go to church, the ones that wants to go to jail, you know what time it is)
[Interlude: 2Pac]
Just throw ya hands up and feel good with this one right here
This’ your boy ‘Pac, spittin’ out for my homeboy Danny Boy
Let y’all know what time is it here on Death Row
We stranded but we lovin’, can’t understand it
Y’all need to peep how we rollin’
It ain’t nothing wrong, can you see it, baby?
Can you picture me rollin’ on this old Death Row track?
Can you see it? haha…
On Death Row
Ayo Danny Boy, you know you’re finna go platinum and plus boy
You better keep hittin’ em with that smoking heat, hehehe
I see you on tour big baby
You know what room I’m in man
I’m out
[Danny Boy]
Danny Row is in the air
Yeahaeaheaeah-Yeah
[Chorus: Jewell]
People in the ghetto, don’t you know it’s Death Row… (That’s my homie Troy, youknowI’msayin’?)
People in the ghetto, don’t you know it’s Death Row… (Rouchelle)
People in the ghetto, don’t you know it’s Death Row… (Stacey)
People in the ghetto, don’t you know it’s Death Row… (We just wanna tell you a little bit about Death Row)
[Outro: Danny Boy]
Big Suge
Good luck and out
Dre
My boy ‘Pac
Good lookin’ baby on that track, youknowI’msayin’ we do this man
To the Dogg Pound, Snoop
Michel’le, Sam Sneed
And to my father above
God
I’m thankful for everything
Anything that you givin’ me
And to all of my inmates
(People in the ghetto, don’t you know it’s Death Row…)
We’re looked down right here, right here on Death Row, that’s where we at, and like Dre said..
(People in the ghetto, don’t you know it’s Death Row…)
I know your bobbin’ your head, hehe
(People in the ghetto, don’t you know it’s Death Row…)
C’mon now… People in the ghetto
(People in the ghetto, don’t you know it’s Death Row…)
To the engineer Dave, what’s up? Keep it goin’
(People in the ghetto, don’t you know it’s Death Row…)
Reg you know you helped me……

Written by: Plies

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The Lyrics Meanings:

In the first verse, the speaker expresses their determination and resilience in the face of challenges. They convey that they would never give up or let any hardship shake their love. The line “How could I fear any hurricane?” symbolizes their strength and fearlessness in the face of life’s storms.

The pre-chorus hints at someone asking the speaker about their experiences and what they would do differently if given the chance. It sets the stage for the chorus, where the speaker confidently declares that they would willingly go through it all over again, despite any difficulties.

The chorus reflects the speaker’s deep desire to hold their loved one again, even if only for a minute. It emphasizes their willingness to endure any hardship or pain just to experience that connection once more. The repetition of “Da-ah, darlin’, I would do it again” underscores their unwavering commitment.

The post-chorus continues the sentiment expressed in the chorus, highlighting the speaker’s surprise and gratitude for finding their loved one in any life. It emphasizes the extraordinary nature of their love and the belief that encountering it again would be an incredible blessing.

Moving to the second verse, the speaker reflects on the doubts and uncertainties that were raised about their relationship. Despite these doubts, they assert that their love never knew peace, suggesting that it was always intense and passionate. The verse also alludes to the loss of a part of their loved one, which deeply affected them.

In the outro, the speaker states that they would not change their love story each time, implying that they would never alter the course of their relationship or the experiences they shared. They believe that their love is so powerful and extraordinary that it transcends any heavenly realm. The line “Heaven is not fit to house a love like you and I” suggests that their love is beyond the ordinary and cannot be contained within conventional notions of paradise.

Biography of the singer:

Hozier, whose real name is Andrew Hozier-Byrne, is an Irish singer-songwriter and musician. He was born on March 17, 1990, in Bray, County Wicklow, Ireland. Hozier grew up in a musical household, and his passion for music began at a young age. He started playing guitar when he was 15 and began writing songs soon after.

Hozier attended St. Gerard’s School in Bray and later enrolled in the music program at Trinity College Dublin. While studying music, he continued to develop his songwriting and performance skills. During his time at Trinity, Hozier became involved in the Irish music scene, performing in various local venues and gaining recognition for his soulful voice and heartfelt songwriting.

In 2013, Hozier released his debut single, “Take Me to Church,” which quickly gained attention and acclaim. The song’s powerful lyrics and stirring melody resonated with audiences worldwide, addressing issues such as institutionalized religion and discrimination against the LGBTQ+ community. “Take Me to Church” became a massive hit and catapulted Hozier to international fame.

Following the success of his debut single, Hozier released his self-titled debut album, “Hozier,” in 2014. The album received widespread critical acclaim and achieved commercial success. It featured a mix of blues, rock, and soul influences, showcasing Hozier’s exceptional songwriting skills and distinctive voice. Songs like “Someone New” and “From Eden” further solidified Hozier’s reputation as a talented and introspective musician.

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