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Famosiz - You Can't Take This - And Other Little Ditties album mp3

Performer: Famosiz
Title: You Can't Take This - And Other Little Ditties
Released: 2008
Style: Electro, Parody
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 789
Other formats: AHX MP4 FLAC VOC ADX MIDI AIFF

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from me dawg, no You can't take this from me. You can't take this from me Ain't gave this to me Ain't yours to give That truth we find in Jesus (yeah) I'mma die, rise, live again When He come back said He gonna reign forever Reign forever When He come back said He gonna reign forever Returning forever Dirty boy from that trailer park, from. Earth I've made a choice I'm a person, gave a torch You can't take this here from me It's my turn, eternity Is at hand not at sea Hands of Jesus set me free Can't no evil stop this here Give me power take my fear Light that fire in my soul And refine me 'til I'm. gold. Oh, and we ain't never had nothin' (never had nothin') I'm from the bottom and my 'hood don't play it (yeah) You from the bottom and you don't see the struggle (seen the struggle) Why can't I (okay, okay).

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Tracklist

1 Intro 0:22
2 Famosiz Corporate Anthem 2:01
3 You Can't Take This! 4:09
4 (The Dance) The Jam Pt. I 3:33
5 Ryan Started The Fire (Extended Mix) 4:30
6 The Cat Rap (2008 Remix) 3:15
7 Kurt Cobain 3:13
8 (The Dance) The Jam Pt. II 5:38
9 Burkina Faso (The French Song) (LP Version) 3:40
10 B.S. (Aneurysm In My Brain) 3:29
11 O-Town Foreva! 2:54
12 Intermission 0:51
13 Monday (Crappy Monday) 4:25
14 (The Dance) The Jam Pt. III 2:32
15 No Sleep 'Till Ottawa 3:21
16 The Confessions Of Satan 1:22
17 Kampfire Sawngs 4:07
18 The Office Theme (Famosiz Remix) 1:57
19 (The Call That Changed) My Destiny 2:07
20 Theme From Forrest Parque 2:19
21 Audio Biography 1:23

Credits

  • Guitar – Kelli Doolittle (tracks: 3, 17)
  • Piano – Katie Doolittle (tracks: 2, 3, 11, 14, 16, 17, 20)
  • Vocals – Ally Bittner (tracks: 2, 11), Jeff Doolittle (tracks: 2, 11), Olivia Paine (tracks: 2, 11), Paul Thomas (tracks: 1 to 3, 5 to 7, 9 to 13, 15 to 17, 19, 21)

Notes

You Can't Take This is the name of the debut album by electronica band "Famosiz."
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