Resonate- The Words I Never Said by Lupe Fiasco

One of the minor trends that I expect to see as we go further into this societal crisis is the emergence of some really great music. For the most part today’s corporate music is totally devoid of soul or meaning. Nonsense sputtered to beeps and bops. During the 60’s and 70’s, the youth expressed emotions and sang from their soul about major issues in a turning of society. In this winter of our empire’s existence,  we are going to see some of the most powerful emotions as people try to come to terms with a new paradigm after the collapse of the dollar. The result of this outcry of humanity should bring out some very powerful music that will resonate with you.

I say resonate because we have in our life gotten chills up our spine when something really hits you. It may be a first kiss, a new idea or a song that you like. I think we all send off our own vibrations and when someone or something vibrates at the same speed you are, you get chills. It is at those moments you know something special is going on and you feel empowered. I live to feel these resonant moments and I think that is what drove me to consume so much knowledge for the Sons of Liberty Academy. Every new idea or connection I made gave me chills as things made sense.

I am not a fan of rap music, but I was surprised to listen to the lyrics of this particular song by Lupe Fiasco. Instead of rapping about drugs, cops and women, this man is waking people up to ideas that they may have never considered and for that, I applaud him. This truth movement needs to be spread to a levels of society and for some it will take well reasoned articles, for others, it may be music. At the end of the day, the truth needs to get out there and however you can infect someone’s mind, do it.

It’s so loud Inside my head
With words that I should have said!
As I drown in my regrets
I can’t take back the words I never said
I can’t take back the words I never said

[Lupe Fiasco]
I really think the war on terror is a bunch of bullshit
Just a poor excuse for you to use up all your bullets
How much money does it take to really make a full clip
9/11 building 7 did they really pull it
Uhh, And a bunch of other cover ups
Your childs future was the first to go with budget cuts
If you think that hurts then, wait here comes the uppercut
The school was garbage in the first place, thats on the up and up
Keep you at the bottom but tease you with the uppercrust
You get it then they move you so you never keeping up enough
If you turn on TV all you see’s a bunch of “what the f-cks”
Dude is dating so and so blabbering bout such and such
And that aint Jersey Shore, homie thats the news
And these the same people that supposed to be telling us the truth
Limbaugh is a racist, Glenn Beck is a racist
Gaza strip was getting bombed, Obama didn’t say shit
Thats why I aint vote for him, next one either
I’ma part of the problem, my problem is I’m peaceful
And I believe in the people.

[Skylar Grey]
It’s so loud inside my head
With words that I should have said!
As I drown in my regrets
I can’t take back the words I never said
I can’t take back the words I never said

[Lupe Fiasco – Verse 2]
Now you can say it aint our fault if we never heard it
But if we know better than we probably deserve it
Jihad is not a holy war, wheres that in the worship?
Murdering is not Islam!
And you are not observant
And you are not a muslim
Israel don’t take my side cause look how far you’ve pushed them
Walk with me into the ghetto, this where all the Kush went
Complain about the liquor store but what you drinking liquor for?
Complain about the gloom but when’d you pick a broom up?
Just listening to Pac aint gone make it stop
A rebel in your thoughts, aint gon make it halt
If you don’t become an actor you’ll never be a factor
Pills with million side effects
Take em when the pains felt
Wash them down with Diet soda!
Killin off your brain cells
Crooked banks around the World
Would gladly give a loan today
So if you ever miss payment
They can take your home away!

[Skylar Grey]
It’s so loud inside my head
With words that I should have said!
As I drown in my regrets
I can’t take back the words I never said, never said
I can’t take back the words I never said

[Lupe Fiasco – Verse 3]
I think that all the silence is worse than all the violence
Fear is such a weak emotion thats why I despise it
We scared of almost everything, afraid to even tell the truth
So scared of what you think of me, I’m scared of even telling you
Sometimes I’m like the only person I feel safe to tell it to
I’m locked inside a cell in me, I know that there’s a jail in you
Consider this your bailing out, so take a breath, inhale a few
My screams is finally getting free, my thoughts is finally yelling through

[Skylar Grey]
It’s so loud Inside my head
With words that I should have said!
As I drown in my regrets
I can’t take back the words I never said

10 comments to Resonate- The Words I Never Said by Lupe Fiasco

  • Ben

    You want to fully wake yourself up?

  • Silver Shield

    I highly recommend VC

    Great site on the symbolic warfare on your soul.

  • Sean

    Saul Williams – Not In Our Name (The Pledge of Resistance)

  • horxy

    I see what you mean Chris this is the birth of something new. I’m 66 and I got the tingles.
    These guys won’t need the perverted Music “industry” they have the net in all it power and glory.

    Down with the psychopaths.

    Chris I am going to send a great little video from an Australian website. Expect it by email.
    Boy does this little heroine hit the nail on the head.

  • Harley

    I miss the music of the 60’s and 70’s. It had a “realness” to it that’s sorely lacking in today’s “music”. It was crafted and deep, not mechanically electronic and shallow. That’s not to say that there isn’t good music being produced today, but the mainstream market seems more geared to our baser instincts and violence.
    You know, the true church would do well to see those words ‘you can’t take back words you never said’. Just like it’s time for people everywhere to take a stand for what’s right, it’s time for believers everywhere to stand up for what’s right. Now is not the time to kick back and relax.
    Words are so powerful.

  • Suhbreal

    I had expected “protest” music to be everywhere by now. You would think that you should be able to easily gage the restlessness of the natives by the art that is being produced. I hope that’s an incorrect assumption because I’m just not seeing much of it, at least not in independent/underground rock music. If you know of any, please send it my way. The Wine, the Women and the Bomb The “Don’t Tread on Me” world premiere 😉 Just finished the new EP yesterday.

  • debt slave

    hey suhbreal, you need to check out some old, dead kennedy’s. you would be amazed…if this artist could really put another, more loud more to the point, more of an in your face we’re coming for you attitude, butt it would truely need to unit and be universal in undertanding across all the demographics of AMERICAN SOCIETY, we are the truth.

  • John

    As far as real hip-hop with good lyrics,here’s a few artists that actually have good songs: Binary Star, Lowkey, Immortal technique all have great beats and even better lyrics. Imagine if they hadn’t killed Tupac! Keep up the Good Work!

  • John

    Here’s a sample from Lowkey, he’s AMAZING!!


  • whocares

    The joke they know is that if we don’t come together as 0ne humane race we will die together as one race .

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