J. COLE

J. COLE - Visionz Of Home

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Visions of home, the streets that I roamed it’s been a while

Raised me like the father I aint never had, I’m still your child

And though I’ve grown in ways that you never known

I ventured into the world, I moved out all on my own

I’m doing this all for you, I hate to leave you alone

See shit you wouldn’t believe, I write ‘em down in these poems

And put ‘em out for the world, I know you listening too

Heard you saying shit about me, I hope the shit isn’t true

Man look at this shit I came from, this narrow point of view

How you hating on a nigga that wanted it more than you?

I ran through them spots with you and f-cked the same bitches too

And just because I rocked with you I scrapped with them niggas too

Came back for them niggas too, aint no trappin’ nigga it’s true

Yet they play me on repeat cause I rap for them niggas too

They see I started with nothing but passion and then I blew

To the Roc, damn the tops a spectacular fucking view

Visions of home, Visions of home

Visions of home, Visions of home (Yeah)

Visions of home, this is my zone

This is my joy, this is my pain, this is my song

This is for my cousin Ricky, damn niggas its been too long

Hate that my nigga Smitty slangin’ but to each his own

Gotta feed yo’self, smoke a little weed just to ease yo’self

Fuck the whole world I don’t need your help

You’re the reason why momma had those rocks

All my niggas never even had no pops

‘Memba that, you remember that?

If you don’t, double back

Momma found a much better crib on a safe street

But I’m still where the trouble at

Where the trouble at?

Thats cause my flows there

What it look like if I don’t go there

I’m dead wrong, it’s been way too long (long)

My folks there, what it look like if I don’t go there?

I’m dead wrong, it’s been way too long

Visions of home, visions of home

Visions of home nigga, visions of home

I’m coming home, coming home

Yeah Cole World

You know what it is…

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Anonymous
Friday 2nd of March 2012 09:55
"Visionz Of Home" got released the same day rapper J. Cole paid a visit to his hometown Fayetteville, N.C., March 1st. "Visionz Of Home" brings out names from his childhood, things he used to do, poems he wrote and streets he wandered with nigg**.