This song is distinguished by the fact that it's laid down over Fast Car by Tracy Chapman. This gives it a melancholy feeling that, when combined with skillful lyrics, makes it more thank just another piece of hip hop. Far more serious than most of Nice & Smooth's work, it's set apart from the rest of Ain't A Damn Thing Changed by references to guns, violence, and substance abuse.

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