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The clip Wyclef Jean with The Fugees from Block Party (2005) Yeah, yeah, yeah Black Star Jack Bush Put your hands up, get your hands up One, two, three, put your hands up Get your hands up, get your hands up Get your hands up Hold on, hold on, hold on, hold on. Yo, Mona Lisa Can I get a date on Friday And if you're busy I wouldn't mind taking Saturday Round up the posse Fugee comin' around the way Nappy heads in the zone And we ain't going home Put your hands in the air right now. I've been waiting for this shit! Yo! A cheeba cheeba, y'all Well I'm a Libra, y'all Yes, yes, y'all, and it don't stop A cheeba cheeba y'all, well I'm a Libra y'all Yes, yes, y'all, let's Yo You wanna battle swing I bring commanding men like I was king In all your dreams I write the horror flick of Stephen King Cling to false also those papers say ock I got tired of the fat lady So I sing to my own opera Ba-lang-balang-balang to-de-man-de-rock 'cause I love thee If you live by the sword you will be die by the gun 'Cause all guys tell lies and poor girls commit sin I was ordered the code red but now I'm chillin' with A Few Good Men Assassination on the kid from the capital I never played a soap opera Now I'm in General Hospital Condition critical Spirit overrules the physical So if I die, catch me at the funeral I'll fly away, oh glory With a mike in my hand To a land where only And the angels write raps on holy paper I said I'm lookin' for Jesus He said take the escalator One flight up is guaranteed I'll be there My sister'd be there I want to see everybody like this Yo, Mona Lisa Stop, Brooklyn!
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The clip Reuniting The Fugees from Block Party (2005) Yo! Ladies and gentlemen, Lauryn Hill! Yo, I don't puff blunts so I always got my breath Never had to battle with a bulletproof vest They call me cock-weasel but I still cave a chest I don't wear Jheri curls 'cause I'm not from the West No disrespect to the West, true indeed I rock it to the East, the East is the seed, yo To see that them days back Yo, sheepskins and Hot Tracks Peace to Mr. Magic Things are getting tragic Now we on some new stuff Ku Klux, whatcha gonna do Kids are actin' oh Yeah, put your hands up. Lauryn Hill's in the building. Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey, hey Praswell, where you at? Come on. Hey, yo, a battle is a battle but a battle's not a battle If it's... If your snake doesn't rattle 'Cause my style, it's old as a reptile As new as a new Nile As new as a new child Come follow me to the land of Abraham This land's your land, this land's my land The blacker the black man The better the next man Yo, some nappy heads need to check they necks for red Brother, let me ask you something. When you got the word that the Fugees is coming back together to... I didn't believe it. I didn't believe it 'cause... You know, what happened is, I got a call. Yo, I said, "Fugee what?" I said, "Who is this?" Then I got a call from Clef.
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The clip Lauryn Hill Solo from Block Party (2005) I almost wanted to cry. Strumming my pain with his fingers Singing my life With his words Killing me softly with his song Killing me softly with his song Telling my whole life with his words Killing me softly Lauryn! ... with his song I heard he sang a good song, yes And I heard that he had a style And so I came to see him And listen for a while And there he was This young boy singing straight and strong Strumming my pain with his fingers Singing my life with his words He was killing me softly with his song Killing me softly with his song Telling my whole life with his words Killing me softly with his song Yo! What, what? I heard he had a style Come on And so I came to see him
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The clip The Fugees from Block Party (2005) And listen for a while Yeah, yeah, yeah And there he was, this young boy Yeah, yeah, yeah A stranger to my eyes Check it Strumming my pain with his fingers One time Singing my life with his words Two time Yeah, yeah Killing me softly with his song Killing me softly with his song Telling my whole life Yeah, yeah with his words Killing me softly Yeah, yo Softly with his song Yo, L-Boogie, take it to the bridge Yeah, yeah Sing it Oh, yeah Where y'all been? What'd you... You said, where I've been? You see, that's where I've been. See, that's where I've been. Yeah. You see where I've been? Yeah, the first day that we rehearsed, it was...
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The clip What would you do if you was President from Block Party (2005) If I was president, I would stop the war. I would provide, like, a whole lot more people with job opportunities. I would give everybody in this band that need it scholarships. I would... Amen. All right. Right there! Scholarships! Yo, what would you do if you was president, thug? I'd give, like, everybody, like, more scholarships that who needed them. She said scholarships already, man. Don't be biting what she said. Financial aid. For who needs it. What was that word, "financial aid"? Yeah. 'Cause my dude Matlock had to go back, and I wish he was still here. That's what it is. So we're gonna do this song right here.
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The clip Lauryn's Story from Block Party (2005) You know, it was familiar. You could feel why... You know. Why we had made music together in the first place. 'Cause there was a certain synergy at the time. You know, I was... I came from the straight-up suburbs, you know, of South Orange, New Jersey. You know, I went to, you know, a school that was probably like 75 percent... White. ...white, middle-class, Jewish, you know. And from, you know, hardworking parents. And I went to school and met Pras first, who had known my brother. And he introduced me to Wyclef. I remember the first studio sessions. I guess Pras was paying for some place, this other studio at East Orange. And I walked in, and we were recording the song, and then Wyclef shows up. And that was like, you know, much earlier times. So he had on this big, velvet crown, you know. This is around the time... Remember when everything was Batman? Big Batman buttons. Y'all didn't do that down south? Okay, well, a few people did that. Okay. But he had on these patent leather boots with these big police badge things on the boots, with his pants tucked in, with a velvet hat. And he came in and he started... He started doing like, some real like Jamaican-type patois. So for like the first five years that I knew them, I had no idea they were Haitian. You know, I thought t hey were Jamaican. 'Cause they just, you know... You know, they talk like that. What would you do if you was president?
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The clip Don't blame the White man from Block Party (2005) It's good to see all these black people in college. You know what I'm saying? And listen, man, I'm gonna tell y'all like this. Don't blame the white man for nothing. Get yours, you understand? I came to this country, I ain't know how to speak English. I made something of myself. I went to the library. English is like my third language. I just learned how to speak English. So the thing about all of that, "Yo, the white man responsible for that"... White man ain't responsible for shit. They got libraries in the 'hood. And if they don't got libraries, tell your mayor, your governor, whoever, in your county, to put some motherfucking libraries in the 'hood. I know what the camera's saying. I shouldn't be cursing to you kids, but this shit is all over the Internet anyway. Holy shit!
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The clip President with the Brooklyn Steppers from Block Party (2005) If I was president I'd get elected on Friday Assassinated on Saturday Buried on Sunday Then go back to work on Monday If I was president If I was president If I was president Yeah, yeah Instead of spending billions on the war We can use that money So we can feed the poor 'Cause I know someone in Flatbush When it rains, that's when they shower Screaming "fight the power" That's when the vulture devours If I was president I'd get elected on Friday Assassinated on Saturday Buried on Sunday Then go back to work on Monday If I was president If I was president If I was president Boom!
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The clip The Best day of my Career from Block Party (2005) This is the best single day of my career. I'm proud. I'm so happy. Thank you. Thank you for sharing it with me, ma'am. Hey, my pleasure. Thank you for letting us be here. My pleasure. Come back. Oh, I'll be back, Luz. You haven't seen the last of me. I don't want to see...
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The clip Dave's farewell from Block Party (2005) Holy shit! Excuse my language. Man, listen. There's nothing we can't do. Let's all go from here, man, and try to do some good. God bless you all. Thank you for letting me come here. Thank you, all the artists, for being here. We shook up the world. We shook up the world! Good night. God bless you. You know what? I'm gonna tell you right now, I'll never forget this.
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The clip Parting Ways from Block Party (2005) Though we are parting ways, remember this We shall come around To touch eyes again Love is the foundation The purpose be to recycle life The promise shall bring us to one beating heart in the end Everybody was so down-to-earth, and just hung out and gave us their time. We had a good time. Say something to my mom, real quick. Mama. Hold on one second. Your son's smoking crack. Put that pipe down. What are you doing? And it doesn't matter who you are, what you are, what you've come from, you can do what you want. 'Cause all of those people out there, they're celebrities, they're in high places, but they're regular, just like me. They was happy to see me doing my work like I'm happy to see them doing theirs. You see an opportunity, just seize it. Like Eminem say, you only got one time. Don't miss your opportunity. We're going on another long trip, another long voyage. Hope y'all end up riding with us. Look like it's going to be a little drier today, though. Talking about love God-given love, God-given love
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The clip Dave's Blues from Block Party (2005) I also have a number that's a blues number. Would you like to hear it? You just play some, like... Yeah, some Muddy Waters. Yeah, just like that. All right, but here's the fun part of the bit, is everybody can sing a verse. I woke up this mornin' About quarter of four Went back to sleep Then I woke up at 8:00 Went back to sleep again Then I woke up at 2:00 'Cause I'm a comedian And I ain't got shit to do Oh, yeah, baby And then it goes down. I've got them comedy blues Come on. Give me some of those horns, man. I just hang out all day, baby 'Cause I ain't got shit else to do Right, now listen. What kind of blues musician would I be if I didn't talk shit over the music for you? And then I just tell a whole story. My baby left me My car broke down I lost $20 and it can't be found I got issues That's right, I'm mad as shit That's right, I got more problems than I can count That's why I say, "Fuck it" That's right
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The clip The Industrial Prostitute bit from Block Party (2005) You know, I was in the public restroom the other day... It's a long story. This guy was peeing in the urinal next to me, I didn't look or nothing, but I couldn't help but notice. His dick was so small... How small was it, Dave? He peed on his balls. All day, babe. We could do this all day long. All day long. All right. One more. This is as dirty as it's gonna get. All the kids, plug your ears. Ready? Here we go. Hey, Mos. Hey, Dave. Did I ever tell you the one about the industrious prostitute? No, I don't believe you did. Well, it's a funny story. She actually had a vagina surgically implanted in her hip. Oh, my God. Yeah. So she could make some money on the side. Oh, it goes on like this for days and days and days. We just tell straight jokes. That's it, we'll kill them.
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The clip Introducing the Fugees from Block Party (2005) Listen up, there's been some technical difficulties. Listen, I'm gonna tell you what happened. As you all know, we were expecting to have Lauryn Hill close the show. Unfortunately, Columbia Records would not clear any of her songs. Lucky for us, Lauryn Hill came up with an alternative solution. Ladies and gentlemen, make some noise for a miracle. The Fugees.
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The clip Is Rap proper for Adults? from Block Party (2005) What do you think of rock music and hip-hop? Well, personally, I am for classical music. I play the piano. I want to play. And I wish to marry, when I die, Sergei Rachmaninoff. I am terribly in love with him. Thank you. Over my dead body. Well, it would have to be, wouldn't it? I guess so, Arthur. That's very normal. You know, I don't like rap music. Because rap music composes a lot of foul language, and I don't think it's proper for children. I don't even think it's proper for aduIts either to be using that type of language. Hey, Mos. Hey, Dave.
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The clip Dave shoot some Hoops from Block Party (2005) We're going to settle this racial shit right now. We're playing these white people for our freedom. "Can Dave Chappelle ball?" No, I can't ball, motherfucker. What do you mean, can I ball? Y'all missed it. You was reloading the camera, I was all the way on the other court. Tell them what I did. They'll never believe me. All right, here I am. Okay, look. This is me. I'm all the way back, I dribble, get my confidence, aim, fire. TALIB KWELl: What's up? Oh, shit! We go through episodes like Attack of the Clones
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