Throwback

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Neueli Mauafu

I miss the good old days

Back when smartphones were extinct

When people would actually communicate

Not through technology

And the luxury of things

 

The era of classical, vinyl and raw music

Music that had lyrics so powerful and divine

It would tickle the taste buds of your eardrums (metaphorically speaking)

With that blues and jazz feeling crawling down your spine

 

R.I.P Sinatra, M.J and Prince

 

Back when rap music itself was a religion

When Pac and Biggie wouldn’t give a damn

N.W.A standing for the equality of race

And the legends themselves Wu Tang Clan

 

All we needed was a bit of Ghetto Gospel

 

Remember when the Manu Samoa beat Wales

We demolished them!

1991 and 1999, Millennium Stadium was stunned

Luckily for Stephen Bachop, there was no TMO back then

 

R.I.P Fats

We live in such a fast pace world

New things happening

Occurring, updated versions

Sometimes we need to slow down

Rewind back

And reminisce the Good Glory Days

Free from stress and burden

Keep it OLD SCHOOL

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