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And, Wally, even though you're gone, you've still got love from Bone.
My nigga, just rest your soul, and I'll see you at the Crossroad.

[Krayzie:]
I'll never get over what some nigga told me: "Did you know that you're nigga, Wally, got pap pap at put in a coffin?" No! Why my nigga took a fall? Saw my nigga tryin' to swang them dums, (in the war) so we lost him. But, damn, why did ya have to kill 'em? I never did think it'd be one of my trues to get caught up in redrum. I sit and I pray everyday: God, don't let me get smoked



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  • LiLMiZzRoCkStAr
    LiLMiZzRoCkStArNov 10, 2008 at 2:07 am
    They are talking about their long term friend that was killed and they want to say that they will meet agian in their afterlife...

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