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Crown

Crown

Stormzy

Album: Heavy Is the Head

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Crown

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  • Price: $1.29
  • Release Date: 6/21/2019
  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Country: USA
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
Searchin' every corner of my mind

Lookin' for the answers I can't find
I have my reasons and life has its lessons and
I tried to be grateful and count all my blessings
But heavy is the head that wears the crown

Amen, in Jesus' name, yes I declare it
Any little seed I receive, I have to share it
Bruddas wanna break me down, I can't bare it
But heavy is the head with the crown, I still wear it
You can't hold me down, I still cope
Rain falling down at the BRITs, I'm still soaked
Tried put a hole in our shit, we'll build boats
Two birds with one stone, I'll kill both (What?)
Pray I never lose and pray I never hit the shelf (Two)
Promise if I do that you'll be checkin' on my health (Cool)
If it's for my people I'll do anything to help
If I do it out of love it's not to benefit myself, ooh
Gotta stay around but make a comeback too
I know my only mother wants her son back too
They sayin' I'm the voice of the young black youth
And then I say "Yeah, cool" and then I bun my zoot
And now I'm searchin' every corner of my mind
(Search every corner, look for the answers)
Lookin' for the answers I can't find
(No, I can't find 'em, no silver lining)
I have my reasons and life has its lessons
I tried to be grateful and count all my blessings
But heavy is the head that wears the crown

Amen, in Jesus' name, oh yes I claim it
Any little bread that I make I have to break it
Bruddas wanna break me down, I can't take it
I done a scholarship for the kids, they said it's racist
That's not anti-white, it's pro-black
Hang me out to dry, I won't crack
All these fancy ties and gold plaques
Never had no silver spoons and our mouths, we sold-, like
Don't comment on my culture, you ain't qualified
Stab us in the back and then apologise
If you knew my story you'd be horrified
The irony of trappin' on a Boris bike
Gotta stay alive and save my brother as well
Look at all these legends on the cover of Elle
Long time comin' but we come to prevail
I guess a little bit of heaven has to come with the hell, you know

Searchin' every corner of my mind
(Search every corner, look for the answers)
Lookin' for the answers I can't find
(No, I can't find 'em, no silver lining)
I have my reasons and life has its lessons
I tried to be grateful and count all my blessings
But heavy is the head that wears the crown

Heavy is the head that wears the crown Writer(s): Michael Ebenazer Kwadjo Omari Owuo Junior, Matthew James Coleman, James John Napier

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