Salt and Pepper


Salt, sugar and pepper shakers.
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We were a team,

Rappin’ to each other,

We were real close,

Like he was my brother,

 

Each day we met up,

And wrote our poetry
down,

Cause that’s what
rappin’ is,

It makes the sweetest
sound,

 

Salt and Pepper were
our names,

Seemed to us they fit,

Close friends could always find,

The ways we could
benefit,

 

 We were together at parties,

Next to each other at
school,

Combined we were
unbeatable,

Salt and Pepper together
were cool,

 

But Pepper went
searching,

At a party last night,

Looking for his special
girl,

Got into a real nasty
fight,

 

And when the shooting
started,

I should have been at
his side,

I could have taken his
bullets,

Or at least pulled him
inside,

 

Now there’s no Pepper,

And the Salt don’t
quit,

Until the score is
evened,

And I get to the end of
it,

 

What kind of hard life,

Is destined for me,

Without Pepper around,

Where will I be?

 

Things aren’t going
right,

On this side of town,

I’ll stay out of the
shadows,

I’ll stand my ground,

 

But who’ll be there,

 At the next attack,

I have no friend,

To watch my back.

 

 

 

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