Eighteen

Eighteen Lyrics Meanings
by Turell

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Eighteen Lyrics

I woke up early on my born day an 18-year-old
Not German but I'm bound to make these euros
I'm Canadian, it's the land of maple syrup
Tim Hortons and hockey in case I had to clear up
Pardon the stereotype, I'm just ignorant
Thinking how I got here, I was put on by Eminem
And Jay-Z, hip-hop culture practically raised me
The place we grew up, who'd have thought that it would make me
Where you end up being some sort of engineer
Ain't none of that was in my hemisphere
Picture me inside a shop class of kids misbehaving
Grown man mixed in with infants and babies
Ain't nothing left, so I'd better do the right thing
But I went left cause I'm far too right-brained
It's a shock, no lightning, if my future looking cloudy
I weather the storm, don't stress about me
I came in the door, said it before
I'd never let these chains hold me down anymore
Bigger dreams, probably shouldn't stick around anymore
Lotta haters but I ain't the same clown from before
One thing still stuck, though, I came here to entertain
Innovate, because I'm a goddamn renegade
And I got the juice, self-made not Minute Maid
On my MLK, cause I do it just to liberate
Anybody who think they ain't got it because they've been afraid
Or couldn't make it over them obstacles in the way
Did everything by myself and I still have to
Production, mixing, mastering, it's an uphill battle
From the easy way out to take, what they're tryna teach us
Cover art as well, no graphic designers neither
But the difference is I got talent plus a work ethic
That'll pay off the first second I earn cheddar
Tunnel vision with it, they ain't blinding me
He Can Talk now, cause they tried to silence me
Finally, hope your eyes can see
The good man I've become now and the great one I can be

I woke up early on my born day an 18-year-old
Not German but I'm bound to make these euros
I'm Canadian, it's the land of maple syrup
Tim Hortons and hockey in case I had to clear up
Pardon the stereotype, I'm just ignorant
Thinking how I got here, I was put on by Eminem
And Jay-Z, hip-hop culture practically raised me
The place we grew up, who'd have thought that it would make me
Where you end up being some sort of engineer
Ain't none of that was in my hemisphere
Picture me inside a shop class of kids misbehaving
Grown man mixed in with infants and babies
Ain't nothing left, so I'd better do the right thing
But I went left cause I'm far too right-brained
It's a shock, no lightning, if my future looking cloudy
I weather the storm, don't stress about me
I came in the door, said it before
I'd never let these chains hold me down anymore
Bigger dreams, probably shouldn't stick around anymore
Lotta haters but I ain't the same clown from before
One thing still stuck, though, I came here to entertain
Innovate, because I'm a goddamn renegade
And I got the juice, self-made not Minute Maid
On my MLK, cause I do it just to liberate
Anybody who think they ain't got it because they've been afraid
Or couldn't make it over them obstacles in the way
Did everything by myself and I still have to
Production, mixing, mastering, it's an uphill battle
From the easy way out to take, what they're tryna teach us
Cover art as well, no graphic designers neither
But the difference is I got talent plus a work ethic
That'll pay off the first second I earn cheddar
Tunnel vision with it, they ain't blinding me
He Can Talk now, cause they tried to silence me
Finally, hope your eyes can see
The good man I've become now and the great one I can be

Writer(s): Turell Vocal
Copyright(s): Lyrics © DistroKid
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