• Artist: n/a
  • Title: BOUNCE WITH IT
  • Genre: Pop - Pop/Modern, Hip Hop - Pop/Modern
  • Mood: Laid Back/Groovy
  • Speed: Medium (78-95)
  • Instruments: Acoustic Piano, Strings, Electric Guitar (Clean, Overdriven), Loops/Samples, Horns/Woodwinds/Brass
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 10/18/2011
  • Lyric themes: Giving Advice, Racism, Change, Bragging Status, Hypocrisy
  • Lyrics: VERSE Slammin’ and rammin’, in your face jammin’ Slashin’, trashin’, Chocolate Thunder smashin’ Kids, rims, blacktop parks Drivin’ and drivin’ long after dark Take it to the hole, man. Take it to the rack Phi Slamma Jamma, Kobe and Shaq You woulda thought that everything was all good But some tried to stop it. They did all they could College made a rule to ban the dunk Laid-up the game in an old-school funk But it had to be, it just took a while To make that old Jackie Robinson smile CHORUS People, games, everything’s gotta change Bounce with it, bounce with it, don’t complain For everything in life, there’s an evolution It’s roundball, spin it, join the revolutions Bounce with it, bounce with it, it’s a good change Bounce with it, bounce with it, it’s a new game Bounce with it, bounce with it, evolution It’s roundball, spin it, join the revolutions VERSE T-Mac, LeBron, Mello and Dirk Sag the shorts and loosen up the shirts Ballin’ and ballin’, talk a little smack Jordan and sneaks, cornrows and tats Celtics and Lakers, a magic show Hollywood is there, all the faces you know Sportcenter, TV, my Wheaties box Everywhere I look the new game rocks Glamour and flair are now a big part It ain’t just a game, it’s become an art Runnin’ and gunnin’, glitz and style It makes a young Harlem Globetrotter smile CHORUS "Who’s Afraid of a Large Black Man?" Charles Barkley, maybe some a’ your fans But they don’t wanna, they don’t wanna be Help them, NBA, set them free Sometimes the one drowns out the other But then sometimes they act like brothers Maybe the hoops is a model for us all A little black, a little white, man throw up the ball CHORUS CHORUS END
  • Keywords: cool, rap, Brass, Confident, Guitar

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Dean Brantley Taylor collaborates with many talented artists in a wide variety of genres. Their songs have been used in TV advertisements (Lego/Nickelodeon), TV shows (NBC, MTV, Animal Planet, Bio and more), corporate videos, compilation CDs, artist CDs, educational films and by PGA Tour Entertainment. They have also produced two albums of their own, including Marc Blackwell's 2010 debut "Bring Me Trouble" on which Dean co-wrote all the songs. Dean's new band, Mad July, is ...

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