Title: ...And the Earth Did Not Swallow Him (1995)

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One man fell in love with two girlsI wanna make your insevure scure'Cuz I'm not him'Cuz I'm not him

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  • I'm a 15 year vet
    Type of rapper, 15 year stretch
    The one who made it happen rappin'
    Got it crackin' rappin', keep the paper stackin', yeah
    I'm not him, I'm hip-hop elite
    The one who signed Redman, the one who signed Keith
    The one who made the beat that locked down the corner
    Hardcore, that's my persona, geah

    I'm not him, nope, I'm the E
    The other half of the group of EPMD
    And my track record so mean
    This here underground bounce so hood, fuck mainstream
    I'm not him, you can't get with me
    I rock spots and leave a TLC unpretty
    And now it's ugly, Bubba Sparxxx scene
    Real dirty and grimy with the squad behind me

  • I'm not him, I'm not him
    It's e-dub, it's not who you thought he was
    He's flyer than you thought he was
    So I'm back to reclaim my name because
    I'm not him, I'm not him
    It's e-dub, it's not who you thought he was
    He's flyer than you thought he was
    So I'm back to reclaim my name because I'm not him

    I'm not him, I'm not him
    It's e-dub, it's not who you thought he was
    He's flyer than you thought he was
    So I'm back to reclaim my name because
    I'm not him, I'm not him
    It's e-dub, it's not who you thought he was
    He's flyer than you thought he was
    So I'm back to reclaim my name because I'm not him

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    ...And the Earth Did Not Devour Him

    Tomás Rivera

    Theme: Poverty and Discrimination
    Grades: Grades 10-11


    Summary:
    Considered a classic of Chicano literature, this 1971 novel offers impressions of a community of South Texas migrant workers who go north to pick crops after World War II. The book is not a straight narrative, but a layering of stories, anecdotes, internal thoughts, and fragments of conversation, framed by a young boy's struggle to remember his "lost year." Several incidents are related from the viewpoint of a young boy, hurt at being expelled from an Anglo school, enraged because his family suffers poverty and illness, and confused about sin and the devil. Other members of the community are introduced as well.

    Nope, I'm the master
    I'm the man's man, the rapper's favorite rapper
    The ultimate, none get close to it
    I'm Erick, I'm the one you supposed to pick
    I'm not him, I keep it gutter on tracks
    Regulate like doc Dre's brother
    I'm warren in rap, I drop bombs to-day
    You lay like u-day and qu-say, yeah

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