Happiest of Monday’s my dear ones. Today’s song is from Kendrick, an overwhelmingly religious song (in my opinion) that I can still get behind. In this song Kendrick is harassed by a homeless man at the gas pump. Don’t you hate it when that happens?

And I’m insensitive, and I lack empathy
He looked at me and said, “Your potential is bittersweet”
I looked at him and said, “Every nickel is mines to keep”

He looked at me and said, “Know the truth, it’ll set you free
You’re lookin’ at the Messiah, the son of Jehovah, the higher power
The choir that spoke the word, the Holy Spirit
The nerve of Nazareth, and I’ll tell you just how much a dollar cost

The price of having a spot in Heaven, embrace your loss, I am God”

When I first heard this song I nearly shit myself while driving alone. As the consummate Radiohead fan, I knew this beat was suspiciously like the gorgeous “Pyramid Song”, one of my fucking favorites. Here, listen:

I think this shows yet another layer of how remarkable Kendrick is, considering this tidbit about Pyramid Song:


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