Interlude Lyrics by J. Cole


J. Cole Lyrics

Interlude Lyrics
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I'm a livin' little good thing
It's like you never lived for me
Mama said you was a good thing, uh
Good, good, good
Yeah
We came a long way, man, we done came a long way
And we sittin' on top of this shit
This shit can go one or two ways
This shit can go up, it can go down
Either way, nigga, I'm prepared
Feel me? Yeah

I be comin' in peace, but f*ck me
Best beware of the others
This shit deep, undercovers creep
This Southern heat make unbearable summers
Just last week, seen your mama weep
Crying 'cause she don't wan' bury your brother
The blood leaks while the EMTs
Gotta carry her baby like surrogate mothers
Woah, thank God we survived around where the terrorists hovered
Though traumatized, wouldn't trade it for nothin'
Through hard times, it was there I discovered a hustle
And makin' the best out the struggle
I kept grindin' 'til this day, up a level
Respect mine, gotta stay out of trouble
'Cause TEC-9's like the AR rebuttals
Cole World, niggas knowin' what it is
Just in case they don't, I show 'em what it is
Then in summer, I do real numbers
Couldn't dare touch it if they sold the double disc
Block hot, niggas burnin' up the street
Shots poppin' and we heard it up the street
It's a war, niggas runnin' up the score
Jesus said that you should turn the other cheek
Voiceless niggas gettin' murdered every week
Dead bodies, smell the odor in the street
My homie' homie got out on parole
He sold more Coca-Cola than the soda industry
Summertime bring the coldest winter breeze
Hella blues like the Rollin' 60's
Christ went to Heaven aged thirty-three
And so did Pimp C and so did Nipsey

I told you, I told you
This shit can go up, it can go down, I don't give a f*ck
Nigga, I done seen the highest heights
I done seen it twice
And I've seen them lowest of the lows
And still I rose
Now I'm at your neck, nigga, yeah
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Interlude Info:

• "Interlude" (stylized as "i n t e r l u d e") is a song by American rapper J. Cole, released on May 7, 2021, as the second single from his sixth studio album, The Off-Season.

• A brief track, it consists of a single verse as J. Cole reflects on his come-up and status in the rap game.

• Cole further pays homage to two late rappers, Pimp C and Nipsey Hussle, mentioning how they both died around the same age as Jesus (age 33-36), before rapping about being at his lowest and now rising to the top of his game.

• In the US, the song debuted with 8.5 million on-demand audio streams in its first day. The song debuted at number 8 on both the Global 200 chart as his first top ten single and on the Billboard Hot 100 chart as his sixth top ten single.
-Wikipedia-

From the Album:
The Off-Season

Released:
May 7, 2021

Genres:
Rap

Length:
2:11

Writers:
Jermaine Cole, Tyler Williams, Thomas Lumpkins

Producers:
J. Cole, T-Minus, Tommy Parker


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