Batsmen's paradise

Batsmen's paradise

Post by arahi » Wed, 10 Apr 2013 13:39:24


As I run through the alley at the shadow of death
I take a look at my life and realize there's nothin' left
Cause they've been blasting and laughing so long,
That even my mama thinks that my line is gone
But I ain't never bowled a man that didn't deserve it
Me be treated like a punk you know that's how it is
I better watch how they're talking and where they're walking
Or I and my homies might be lined in chalk
I really hate to trip but I gotta knock
As they stroke, I see myself in the pistol smoke, fool
I'm the kinda G no little homies wanna be like
On my knees in the night saying prayers in the parklight

Been spending most my life, living in the batsmen's paradise
Been spending most my life, living in the batsmen's paradise
Keep spending most our lives, living in the batsmen's paradise
Keep spending most our lives, living in the batsmen's paradise

 
 
 

Batsmen's paradise

Post by Southpa » Thu, 11 Apr 2013 03:31:31

Quote:

> As I run through the alley at the shadow of death

> I take a look at my life and realize there's nothin' left

> Cause they've been blasting and laughing so long,

> That even my mama thinks that my line is gone

> But I ain't never bowled a man that didn't deserve it

> Me be treated like a punk you know that's how it is

> I better watch how they're talking and where they're walking

> Or I and my homies might be lined in chalk

> I really hate to trip but I gotta knock

> As they stroke, I see myself in the pistol smoke, fool

> I'm the kinda G no little homies wanna be like

> On my knees in the night saying prayers in the parklight

> Been spending most my life, living in the batsmen's paradise

> Been spending most my life, living in the batsmen's paradise

> Keep spending most our lives, living in the batsmen's paradise

> Keep spending most our lives, living in the batsmen's paradise

Brilliant! I actually listen to this song on my phone before every T20 game I play. For a gentle finger spinner, it truly is like stepping into a gangster's paradise.

-Samarth.

 
 
 

Batsmen's paradise

Post by Ravi » Thu, 11 Apr 2013 10:45:27


Quote:

> > As I run through the alley at the shadow of death

> > I take a look at my life and realize there's nothin' left

> > Cause they've been blasting and laughing so long,

> > That even my mama thinks that my line is gone

> > But I ain't never bowled a man that didn't deserve it

> > Me be treated like a punk you know that's how it is

> > I better watch how they're talking and where they're walking

> > Or I and my homies might be lined in chalk

> > I really hate to trip but I gotta knock

> > As they stroke, I see myself in the pistol smoke, fool

> > I'm the kinda G no little homies wanna be like

> > On my knees in the night saying prayers in the parklight

> > Been spending most my life, living in the batsmen's paradise

> > Been spending most my life, living in the batsmen's paradise

> > Keep spending most our lives, living in the batsmen's paradise

> > Keep spending most our lives, living in the batsmen's paradise

> Brilliant! I actually listen to this song on my phone before every T20 game I play. For a gentle finger spinner, it truly is like stepping into a gangster's paradise.

> -Samarth.

When Rajasthan Royals won the recent match against Kolkatta, Dravid
was asked about using 5 seamers. He said when I see Yusuf Pathan,
Manoj Tiwari, Gambhir, Morgan, etc. in the line-up I don't want to
have spinners bowling to them (something on those lines).

- Ravi