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  1. Introduced to most of us `as one of seven strangers picked to live in a loft to see what happens when people stop being nice and start being real', Powell brings to the surface some of his own painful realties as he deals with some of societies ugliest issues in, "Who's Gonna Take the Weight"/5.
  2. Now who's gonna take the weight? Verse 2 The weight of the world is heavy on my mind So as my feelings unwind I find That some try to be down just cuz it's trendy Others fall victim to envy But I'll take the road less travelled So I can see all my hopes and my dreams unravel Relievin' your stress, expressin' my interest In the situation that.
  3. We're gonna have to be the ones to clean it up We're gonna have to learn to live together and love each other Because I believe one day someone or something Is gonna wanna judge who's creating All this corruption and death and pollution And all these difficult situations on earth And He's gonna wanna know Who's gonna take the weight.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Who's Gonna Take The Weight on Discogs/5(8).
  5. You can't handle the whole weight You can't handle the whole weight The weight of the world is heavy on my mind So as my feelings unwind I find That some try to be down just cause it's trendy Others fall victim to envy But I'll take the road less travelled So I can see all my hopes and my dreams unravel Relievin' your stress, expressin' my.
  6. Stream Who's Gonna Take The Weight? by Gang Starr from desktop or your mobile device With your consent, we would like to use cookies and similar technologies to enhance your experience with our service, for analytics, and for advertising purposes.
  7. Who's Gonna Take the Weight NPR coverage of Who's Gonna Take the Weight: Manhood, Race and Power in America by Kevin Powell. News, author interviews, critics' picks and more.
  8. The Weight Lyrics: I pulled in to Nazareth / Was feeling 'bout half past dead / I just need some place / Where I can lay my head / "Hey, mister, can you tell me / Where a man might find a bed?".