Indivisible (Single)

by Amerigo Gazaway

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Lyrics: Try to hustle and maintain Feels like everyday is a struggle to stay sane But you know what they say, no pain no gain I think it’s time to pull the plug and disable the mainframe F-Society, you think I don’t know that the Feds is eyeing me? The only time they notice the protests is when there’s rioting Honestly, or either that or put it on livestream Facebook, YouTube, put it on IG Put em on blast so they can see what I see Every single time that I’m scrolling through my feed Or are you too busy walking your dog in Central Park without a leash and then calling the cops? White privilege, you mad cuz you can’t shop at the mall? Or go to the barbershop, potentially harming us all White privilege, some might deny it but I’ve lived it Every time I’m on the corner minding my business Hook: United we stand, divided we fall But not until we all agree upon what’s right and what’s wrong It’s time to build a new nation for a brighter tomorrow Indivisible, with liberty and justice for all (Stand up) United we stand, divided we fall But not until we all agree upon what’s right and what’s wrong We’re all equal, always down to to fight for the cause And I think it’s time to take back what’s rightfully ours Yo imagine what would happen if We replaced the presidential cabinet with Angela Davis and Colin Kaepernick If one out of every three congress members was African And every non-voter became a political activist Imagine if...being black wasn’t hazardous And going outside didn’t equal more casualties If ever black family got reparations packages It’d never be enough to make up for all the damages cuz Ain’t no going back, the damage is done Police with itchy trigger fingers and their hand on the gun White scum, another black man on the run Another black mother crying cuz she can’t see her son Black leaders, Black Panthers who pack heaters Black women, Black history, Black teachers Black people, I’m always down to fight for the cause And you have every right to take back what’s rightfully yours Hook Yo, imagine what would happen if white people gave half a shit And started doing something instead of just being pacifists Imagine if...we were all this passionate In our daily lives instead of just when it’s happenin' To someone we know or someone we love And the media just tryin to sweep it under the rug Unless somebody got footage of a cop gone crooked Now the whole world looking on utter disgust No justice, no peace, y’all enough is enough Screamin' "fuck the police" at the top of our lungs This is for the OGs, who sacrificed everything Just so they just so could build a better future for us We’re all one, no man is an Island And no longer will we just stand in here in silence While they try to undermine us, and tear us apart I think it’s it time to show them who the true Americans are So let em know Hook
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Lyrics: Try to hustle and maintain Feels like everyday is a struggle to stay sane But you know what they say, no pain no gain I think it’s time to pull the plug and disable the mainframe F-Society, you think I don’t know that the Feds is eyeing me? The only time they notice the protests is when there’s rioting Honestly, or either that or put it on livestream Facebook, YouTube, put it on IG Put em on blast so they can see what I see Every single time that I’m scrolling through my feed Or are you too busy walking your dog in Central Park without a leash and then calling the cops? White privilege, you mad cuz you can’t shop at the mall? Or go to the barbershop, potentially harming us all White privilege, some might deny it but I’ve lived it Every time I’m on the corner minding my business Hook: United we stand, divided we fall But not until we all agree upon what’s right and what’s wrong It’s time to build a new nation for a brighter tomorrow Indivisible, with liberty and justice for all (Stand up) United we stand, divided we fall But not until we all agree upon what’s right and what’s wrong We’re all equal, always down to to fight for the cause And I think it’s time to take back what’s rightfully ours Yo imagine what would happen if We replaced the presidential cabinet with Angela Davis and Colin Kaepernick If one out of every three congress members was African And every non-voter became a political activist Imagine if...being black wasn’t hazardous And going outside didn’t equal more casualties If ever black family got reparations packages It’d never be enough to make up for all the damages cuz Ain’t no going back, the damage is done Police with itchy trigger fingers and their hand on the gun White scum, another black man on the run Another black mother crying cuz she can’t see her son Black leaders, Black Panthers who pack heaters Black women, Black history, Black teachers Black people, I’m always down to fight for the cause And you have every right to take back what’s rightfully yours Hook Yo, imagine what would happen if white people gave half a shit And started doing something instead of just being pacifists Imagine if...we were all this passionate In our daily lives instead of just when it’s happenin' To someone we know or someone we love And the media just tryin to sweep it under the rug Unless somebody got footage of a cop gone crooked Now the whole world looking on utter disgust No justice, no peace, y’all enough is enough Screamin' "fuck the police" at the top of our lungs This is for the OGs, who sacrificed everything Just so they just so could build a better future for us We’re all one, no man is an Island And no longer will we just stand in here in silence While they try to undermine us, and tear us apart I think it’s it time to show them who the true Americans are So let em know Hook
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Lyrics: Try to hustle and maintain Feels like everyday is a struggle to stay sane But you know what they say, no pain no gain I think it’s time to pull the plug and disable the mainframe F-Society, you think I don’t know that the Feds is eyeing me? The only time they notice the protests is when there’s rioting Honestly, or either that or put it on livestream Facebook, YouTube, put it on IG Put em on blast so they can see what I see Every single time that I’m scrolling through my feed Or are you too busy walking your dog in Central Park without a leash and then calling the cops? White privilege, you mad cuz you can’t shop at the mall? Or go to the barbershop, potentially harming us all White privilege, some might deny it but I’ve lived it Every time I’m on the corner minding my business Hook: United we stand, divided we fall But not until we all agree upon what’s right and what’s wrong It’s time to build a new nation for a brighter tomorrow Indivisible, with liberty and justice for all (Stand up) United we stand, divided we fall But not until we all agree upon what’s right and what’s wrong We’re all equal, always down to to fight for the cause And I think it’s time to take back what’s rightfully ours Yo imagine what would happen if We replaced the presidential cabinet with Angela Davis and Colin Kaepernick If one out of every three congress members was African And every non-voter became a political activist Imagine if...being black wasn’t hazardous And going outside didn’t equal more casualties If ever black family got reparations packages It’d never be enough to make up for all the damages cuz Ain’t no going back, the damage is done Police with itchy trigger fingers and their hand on the gun White scum, another black man on the run Another black mother crying cuz she can’t see her son Black leaders, Black Panthers who pack heaters Black women, Black history, Black teachers Black people, I’m always down to fight for the cause And you have every right to take back what’s rightfully yours Hook Yo, imagine what would happen if white people gave half a shit And started doing something instead of just being pacifists Imagine if...we were all this passionate In our daily lives instead of just when it’s happenin' To someone we know or someone we love And the media just tryin to sweep it under the rug Unless somebody got footage of a cop gone crooked Now the whole world looking on utter disgust No justice, no peace, y’all enough is enough Screamin' "fuck the police" at the top of our lungs This is for the OGs, who sacrificed everything Just so they just so could build a better future for us We’re all one, no man is an Island And no longer will we just stand in here in silence While they try to undermine us, and tear us apart I think it’s it time to show them who the true Americans are So let em know Hook

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Lyrics:

Try to hustle and maintain
Feels like everyday is a struggle to stay sane
But you know what they say, no pain no gain
I think it’s time to pull the plug and disable the mainframe
F-Society, you think I don’t know that the Feds is eyeing me?
The only time they notice the protests is when there’s rioting
Honestly, or either that or put it on livestream
Facebook, YouTube, put it on IG
Put em on blast so they can see what I see
Every single time that I’m scrolling through my feed
Or are you too busy walking your dog
in Central Park without a leash and then calling the cops?
White privilege, you mad cuz you can’t shop at the mall?
Or go to the barbershop, potentially harming us all
White privilege, some might deny it but I’ve lived it
Every time I’m on the corner minding my business

Hook:

United we stand, divided we fall
But not until we all agree upon what’s right and what’s wrong
It’s time to build a new nation for a brighter tomorrow
Indivisible, with liberty and justice for all (Stand up)
United we stand, divided we fall
But not until we all agree upon what’s right and what’s wrong
We’re all equal, always down to to fight for the cause
And I think it’s time to take back what’s rightfully ours

Yo imagine what would happen if
We replaced the presidential cabinet
with Angela Davis and Colin Kaepernick
If one out of every three congress members was African
And every non-voter became a political activist
Imagine if...being black wasn’t hazardous
And going outside didn’t equal more casualties
If ever black family got reparations packages
It’d never be enough to make up for all the damages cuz
Ain’t no going back, the damage is done
Police with itchy trigger fingers and their hand on the gun
White scum, another black man on the run
Another black mother crying cuz she can’t see her son
Black leaders, Black Panthers who pack heaters
Black women, Black history, Black teachers
Black people, I’m always down to fight for the cause
And you have every right to take back what’s rightfully yours

Hook

Yo, imagine what would happen if white people gave half a shit
And started doing something instead of just being pacifists
Imagine if...we were all this passionate
In our daily lives instead of just when it’s happenin'
To someone we know or someone we love
And the media just tryin to sweep it under the rug
Unless somebody got footage of a cop gone crooked
Now the whole world looking on utter disgust
No justice, no peace, y’all enough is enough
Screamin' "fuck the police" at the top of our lungs
This is for the OGs, who sacrificed everything
Just so they just so could build a better future for us
We’re all one, no man is an Island
And no longer will we just stand in here in silence
While they try to undermine us, and tear us apart
I think it’s it time to show them who the true Americans are
So let em know

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released June 19, 2020

Written, performed and produced by Amerigo Gazaway
Soul Mates 2020

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Amerigo Gazaway Berkeley, California

Amerigo Gazaway’s cleverly executed hip-hop remix projects gives audiences a familiar, yet fresh and distinct way to experience their favorite songs.

Honing his DJ skills through tours of Europe, Brazil, and throughout the U.S., Amerigo Gazaway’s dancefloor driving DJ sets seamlessly blend classic breakbeats, remixes, and mashups of Funk, Soul, Disco, Hip-Hop, Afrobeat, and more.
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