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Ja Rule – The March Prelude lyrics

Yeah...*sniff*...been a slave too long.
ALL MY MURDERERS!!!!!!
Let's march my niggas.

Lord, can we get a break? (Lord, can we get a break?)
We ain't really happy here. (We ain't really happy here.)
Take a look into our eyes! (Take a look into our eyes!)
And see pain without fear. (And see pain without fear.)

Lord, can we get a break? (Lord, can we get a break?)
We ain't really happy here. (We ain't really happy here.)
Take a look into our eyes! (Take a look into our eyes!)
And see pain without fear. (And see pain without fear.)

LORD, CAN WE GET A BREAK? (LORD, CAN WE GET A BREAK?)
We ain't really happy here. (We ain't really happy here.)
Take a look into our eyes! (Take a look into our eyes!)
And see pain without fear. (And see pain without fear.)

LORD, CAN WE GET A BREAK? (LORD, CAN WE GET A BREAK?)
We ain't really happy here. (We ain't really happy here.)
Take a look into our eyes! (Take a look into our eyes!)
And see pain without fear. (And see pain without fear.)

LORD! Oooooh Lord! Can we get a break?



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