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Demi-gods and hungry ghosts Oh God, God knows I'm not at home I'll never find someone quite like you again I'll never find someone quite like you again. I leave the competition wishing would never have met me Instead they getting raped by the lyrical transition Switching up my style in the middle of a mission It's conditioned, rather call it something like spittin' Bounce to the nearest safe house, envision A decision, should I change the way I'm living? No Take me, a soldier, bury me a G Hope heaven got room for a player like me All the rappers compete to be the greatest Why is it a breeze to turn a G into a hater?

Cause 'yall some bitches, some narc, some shadows in the dark My flow nothing but an arrow that been inside your heart We the realin, you the fake These the boys that I would take on my journey to the plate Which could reveal I'm safe The dream, the hope The life without dope I'm just trying to find myself at the end of the rope.

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I see the tear drops Flowing from your eyes I know it's hard to live And we living to die We gotta make it past tomorrow, the limit's the sky If you follow what I'm sayin' then ride with the vibe I'm in this concrete jungle without a role model So what's a brother in bed without a 40 bottle? And I'm just waiting on the day when I be blowin' up I treat my city like look at the way I throw it up But through the midst of it all I never lose composure Explains games and couple days of strip poker While I wade through the valley of the misunderstood Seeing the tears of the kids back in my hood Constantly waiting for that BPO Wanting a life that's nice like a TV show, yo Hope that I see heaven before hell I told them that I'd rather see death before jail.

Compartilhar no Facebook Compartilhar no Twitter. Demi-Gods The Lab Rats. Cause 'yall some bitches, some narc, some shadows in the dark My flow nothing but an arrow that been inside your heart We the realin, you the fake These the boys that I would take on my journey to the plate Which could reveal I'm safe The dream, the hope The life without dope I'm just trying to find myself at the end of the rope Demi-gods and hungry ghosts Oh God, God knows I'm not at home I'll never find someone quite like you again I'll never find someone quite like you again I see the tear drops Flowing from your eyes I know it's hard to live And we living to die We gotta make it past tomorrow, the limit's the sky If you follow what I'm sayin' then ride with the vibe I'm in this concrete jungle without a role model So what's a brother in bed without a 40 bottle?

And I'm just waiting on the day when I be blowin' up I treat my city like look at the way I throw it up But through the midst of it all I never lose composure Explains games and couple days of strip poker While I wade through the valley of the misunderstood Seeing the tears of the kids back in my hood Constantly waiting for that BPO Wanting a life that's nice like a TV show, yo Hope that I see heaven before hell I told them that I'd rather see death before jail Demi-gods and hungry ghosts Oh God, God knows I'm not at home I'll never find someone quite like you again I'll never find someone quite like you again.

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Told in mostly the same way with little variation in names, these stories show how the Polynesians settled over 70 million square miles of Pacific ocean. Ancient Polynesian voyagers often carried fragments of legends which became somewhat unique to the land they arrived in but the themes and outcomes remain the same with stories of Maui and Hina numbering around twenty.

The legends and myths surrounding the demigod Maui form one of the strongest links of evidence connecting the scattered inhabitants of the Pacific into one nation of the same genealogical race. There were many protocols for such stories. For example, sacred stories are told only by day and listeners must not move in front of the speaker. To do so would be highly disrespectful of the gods. It is by far the most popular form of storytelling surviving today in the Hawaiian culture. They may seem fantastical to visitors but nevertheless, they correspond with the Hawaiian view of the relationship between man and nature.

A kaao may make use of traditional stories and episodes but are consciously composed to tickle the fancy rather than inform the listener of supposed events. The ancient Hawaiian religion is known as an animistic belief system with many deities and spirits originating among the Tahitians and other Pacific Islanders who colonized Hawaii. Southern Pacific islanders continued to colonize Hawaii over a timeframe estimated to be between and AD. This law was based on mutual respect, kindness, and cooperation. Small independent communities made up of these earliest of colonizers evolved in isolation for close to years.

Their animistic belief system from the Latin word anima meaning breath, spirit, and life held that all objects, places, and creatures possessed a distinct spiritual essence known as mana. It is the oldest known type of belief system in the world, predating paganism. The perception is that all things — animal, plant, rocks, rivers, weather systems, human handiwork, and even words, have an energy that is animated and alive. Ancients chants reveal that around A. After some months of traveling through the Hawaiian islands, he returned to Tahiti with the thought that Hawaiians were weak and without religious convictions.

He soon returned bringing with him an invading army who conquered the islands and installed the kapu system of rule.

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Kapu refers to a system of taboos designed to separate the spiritually pure from the potentially unclean. This kapu system was brutal in its warlike rule, introducing gods in need of almost daily sacrifices. They required obedience in the form of protocols, restrictions, and rituals which could include human sacrifices. For unknown reasons migrations from the southern islands stopped around A.

Some believe it may have been due to loss of islands along the route to Hawaii while others speculate there may have been a kapu put on traveling to Hawaii. By that time the total Hawaiian population was estimated to have been close to 1 million people. His son Maui was said to have been named after the powerful demi-god, much like people today are named after saints or actors and athletes, or other such well-known people.

Maui is a shared deity throughout Polynesia. Though the stories have some differences they are surprisingly similar — enough so that most scholars believe he is the same character performing similar feats — all on islands thousands of miles apart from each other. His mischievous deeds were often to the benefit of mankind. From creating fire to raising the sky to snare the sun , Maui was a hero whose legacy spanned well over years while these stories traveled over miles across the Pacific ocean. It is said he belongs to a family of enchanted beings with superhuman abilities.

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Nevertheless, Maui was very human. He lived in thatched houses, cared for his mother Hina, and cavorted with his brothers and sister, tricking them into all sorts of adventures. Again the versions match the place.

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The story goes that one day Maui realized that the people were being held down by the sky. They were unable to stand upright and the low sky had flattened leaves and inhibited the growth of plants and trees. Maui saw the suffering of the people of earth and wanted to help. In the first story, Maui seeks the help of his father to raise the sky. Maui lays on the ground and begins pushing up the sky with his great power. He signals his father to start pushing also, and together father and son push the sky up high enough for the people, plants, and trees to be able to grow tall and strong.

Some say that if father and son had not worked together the sky would have fallen completely, making the earth uninhabitable. Working together this family saved humankind — another useful fable favoring family cooperation. Another version has the demigod visiting a kahuna Hawaiian priest and healer to help with the matter of the low sky.

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