When I first watched this movie I wasn't sure what to think about it, not because I couldn't understand French but rather because I couldn't understand if the body language was vivid or over-exaggerated. I decided to ask my friend Steve who lives across the street about this, but on my way there my life got flipped, turned upside down. And Id like to take a minute just sit right there I'll tell you how I became the prince of a town called bel-air
In west Philadelphia born and raised On the playground where I spent most of my days Chilling out, maxing, relaxing all cool And all shooting some b-ball outside of the school When a couple of guys said were up in no good Started making trouble in my neighborhood I got in one little fight and my mom got scared And said you're moving with your aunt and uncle in bel-air
I whistled for a cab and when it came near the Licensplate said fresh and had a dice in the mirror If anything I could say that this cab was rare But I thought now forget it, yo home to bel-air
I pulled up to a house about seven or eight And I yelled to the cabby yo, home smell you later Looked at my kingdom I was finally there To settle my throne as the prince of bel-air
Once I made myself at home me and uncle Phil decided to watch the movie together again, and after watching it twice we could both agree that no matter what else can be said about the movie it had a saying, and I quote it: "Chocolate Pain Some stay dry and others feel the rain Chocolate Pain A baby born will die before the sin
Chocolate Pain The school books say it can't be here again Chocolate Pain The prisons make you wonder where it went
Chocolate Pain Build a tent and say the world is dry Chocolate Pain Zoom the camera out and see the lie"
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