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Justice Lyrics

Do the D-A-N-C-E, one, two, three, four, fight
Stick to the B-E-A-T, get ready to ignite
You were such a P-Y-T, catching all the lights
Just easy as A-B-C, that's how you make it right

I am literally in the air right now, rapping up a stewardess
First class, I am so new at this
Used to ride the metro, now that shit is retro
Like the Infrareds on my feet, baby, let's go
Sinatra what they know me by, Logic what they call me
Gotta catch a flight but the fans wanna stall me
Life of a Don, chains just glowin'
Always in the lab with the fresh kicks on

I'm at the MGM rocking MCM
Bobby soxer on my arm, it's only 10PM
Now the rat-pack with me going ham at the hotel
Name brand everything, fuck a wholesale
No, I am not materialistic
I was broke my whole life and no I don't miss it
Last seven years of my life was in a lab
Working every day, giving it everything I had
Now that a brother is finally recognized
I will not let the limelight hypnotize
Everybody be sure, I'ma always want more (more, more, more, more)

Under the spotlight, neither black nor white
It doesn't matter (do the dance, do the dance)
As strong as you might, working day and night (yeah)
Whatever happens (do the dance, do the d-) (yeah, check it out, yeah, now)

The grind never stops, like I'm running from the cops
It's hard to stay humble when you're force-fed props
But I don't give a damn, I am just a man
I am not more important than any one of my fans
First name Bobby, so I'm all about the hundreds
Work so hard, ery'body think I'm blunted, ha
Gunning hard with the mask and Glock
And I'ma stay with extra clips till the casket drops
Finna blow in the next three years, tops
Talking worldwide, not just hip-hop
Rappers nowadays so flip-flop
Talking 'bout you wanna work, motherfucker kick rocks

I am on the come up, headed to the top
Repping MD, and never will I stop
Me and the crew V's up, visionary, what it do
Step to the mic, lyricism ensue
We go hard, only on campus when I wanna study abroad
Guess that's why they wonder if I go there
All the groupie bitches
Wanna put they fingers through my hair
Can't fade the thirst, chill out, whoa there
Let me get it, let me bring it back
Haters talking shit but I get richer when they doing that
Yes, I am pursuing that number one album, worldwide
And fuck whoever doubt him

Under the spotlight, neither black nor white
It doesn't matter (do the dance, do the dance)
As strong as you might, working day and night
Whatever happens (do the dance, do the d-)

The way you move is a mystery

Lyrics © BMG Rights Management, Universal Music Publishing Group, CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC, Royalty Network, Capitol CMG Publishing, Songtrust Ave, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
Written by: Gaspard Auge, Jessie Chaton, Xavier De Rosnay

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G. E. M. J.

Para los que quieran saber que significa esa "cancion de cuna" era un himpno-plegaria de los indios Iroques en regiones entre Canada y Estados Unidos, ante el exterminio de los invasores puritanos y esclavisados y de mas bajesas innumanas, al ser forzados a convertirse al cristianismo crearon ese hipno-plegaria que se traduce:

Padre, ten piedad de mí,
Padre, ten piedad de mí;

porque me muero de sed,
porque me muero de sed;

Todo se ha ido, no tengo nada para comer,
Todo se ha ido, no tengo nada para comer.

Y ahora la blanquitud pretende usar un llorar de un pueblo amerindio como una cancion infantil para que sus niños blanquitos vailen sobre la tierra ensangrentada de los indios. 10/10 en crueldad. Happy Thanks Giving Masacre !


Just realizing that the whole music is a tribute to Michael Jackson by its lyrics :

"Stick to the B.E.A.T" for beat it
"You were such a P.Y.T" for the music P.Y.T (pretty yougn thing)
"Just easy as A-B-C" and "One, two, three, four, fight!" with the jackson five
"You're always there for music and me" is a reference to an album of MJ named Music and Me

"Catching all the lights" for the glove and other glitters
"Neither black nor white" for Black or White
"Working day and night" refers to Working Day and Night on the album Off the Wall

Do the dance, do the dance ...
Under the spotlight ...
The way you move is a mystery ...

Nguyen Duc Anh

OMGGG !!! I've been searching this song for my whole life !!!

First heard it when i was a kid. It was hard for me since back then i didn't know english. I couldn't remember the lyric, all i knew was that the music video kept spelling words again and again.

Today, i've tried my luck with the "video suggestions". I started with senior junior - move your feet, clicked through some suggested videos then BAM !!! picture of the shirts and a spelling tittle D.A.N.C.E appeared.

And then i knew " this must be it, this must be the fucking one ". Couldn't click on the video right away cuz i didn't believe that finally it was here.

And OMG when the song started, i fcking SMASHED everything in my room. I'm so happy i can die without any regret. The happiest day of my life

Martha Steven

THE BEST VIDEO blew my mind

Do the D.A.N.C.E
1, 2, 3, 4 Fight!
Stick to the B.E.A.T
Get ready to ignite
You were such a P.Y.T
Catching all the lights
Just easy as A.B.C
That's how you make it right!
Do the D.A.N.C.E
Stick to the B.E.A.T
Just easy as A.B.C
Do the dance, do the dance!

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My girlfriend said this song sucked, now she's single


Trust me she is not

JT c:

Lmao xDD

Jamison Parker



The music video is the cherry on top

Milo Tek

W imo


people are sad about Daft Punk but artists like Justice are the reasons why their influence can never fade


True but I feel like there are less and less people that know Justice because they are not really big anymore with young people, at least compared to millennals. I wouldn’t say that about Daft punk.I like both bands but I feel like Daft punk stayed the distance

Jamison Parker

Or black eyed peas

Jazmín Rangel Orozco


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