Many Men Lyrics

Many Men Lyrics
Many Men Lyrics

50 Cent’s “Many Men” is a gritty portrayal of street existence, vengeance, and the tough challenges of staying alive in a violent world. Featured in the 2003 album “Get Rich or Die Tryin’,” the song explores the intricate dynamics of trust, deceit, and the ever-present danger faced by individuals maneuvering through unforgiving urban environments.

Many Men Lyrics

[Skit: 50 Cent & Lloyd Banks]

Damn, you gotta go get somethin’ to eat, man
I’m hungrier than a motherfucker, man
Ayo, man
Damn, what’s takin’ homie so long, son?
50, calm down, man, he coming
Ah! (Oh, what the fuck?)
Ah, son, pull off, pull off!

[Intro: 50 Cent]

Many men wish death upon me
Blood in my eye, dawg, and I can’t see
I’m tryin’ to be what I’m destined to be
And niggas tryin’ to take my life away (C’mon)
I put a hole in a nigga for fuckin’ with me
My back on the wall, now you gon’ see
Better watch how you talk when you talk about me
‘Cause I’ll come and take your life away

[Chorus: 50 Cent]

Many men
Many, many, many, many men
Wish death ‘pon me
Lord, I don’t cry no more
Don’t look to the sky no more
Have mercy on me

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[Verse 1: 50 Cent]

Now man, these pussy niggas puttin’ money on my head
Go on and get your refund, motherfucker, I ain’t dead
I’m the diamond in the dirt that ain’t been found
I’m the underground king and I ain’t been crowned
When I rhyme, somethin’ special happened every time
I’m the greatest, somethin’ like Ali in his prime
I walk the block with the bundles, I’ve been knocked on the humble
Swing the ox when I rumble, show your ass what my gun do
Got a temper, nigga, go ‘head, lose your head
Turn your back on me, get clapped and lose your legs
I walk around, gun on my waist, chip on my shoulder
‘Til I bust a clip in your face, pussy, this beef ain’t over

[Chorus: 50 Cent]

Many men
Many, many, many, many men
Wish death ‘pon me
Lord, I don’t cry no more
Don’t look to the sky no more
Have mercy on me
Have mercy on my soul
Somewhere my heart turned cold
Have mercy on many men
Many, many, many, many men
Wish death ‘pon me

[Verse 2: 50 Cent]

Sunny days wouldn’t be special if it wasn’t for rain
Joy wouldn’t feel so good if it wasn’t for pain
Death gotta be easy, ’cause life is hard
It’ll leave you physically, mentally, and emotionally scarred
This is for my niggas on the block twistin’ trees in cigars
For the niggas on lock doin’ life behind bars
I don’t say “only God can judge me,” ’cause I see things clear
Crooked-ass crackers will give my black-ass a hundred years
I’m like Paulie in Goodfellas, you can call me the Don
Like Malcolm by any means with my gun in my palm
Slim switched sides on me, let niggas ride on me
I thought we was cool, why you want me to die, homie? (Homie)

[Chorus: 50 Cent]

Many men
Many, many, many, many men
Wish death ‘pon me
Lord, I don’t cry no more
Don’t look to the sky no more
Have mercy on me
Have mercy on my soul
Somewhere my heart turned cold
Have mercy on many men
Many, many, many, many men
Wish death ‘pon me

[Verse 3: 50 Cent]

Every night I talk to God, but he don’t say nothin’ back
I know he protectin’ me, but I still stay with my gat
In my nightmares, niggas keep pullin’ TECs on me
Psychic says some bitch done put a hex on me
The feds didn’t know much when Pac got shot
I got a kite from the pens that told me Tut got knocked
I ain’t gon’ spell it out for you motherfuckers all the time
Are you illiterate, nigga? You can’t read between the lines?
In the Bible, it says what goes around, comes around
Hommo shot me, three weeks later he got shot down
Now it’s clear that I’m here for a real reason
‘Cause he got hit like I got hit, but he ain’t fuckin’ breathin’

[Chorus: 50 Cent]

Many men
Many, many, many, many men
Wish death ‘pon me
Lord, I don’t cry no more
Don’t look to the sky no more
Have mercy on me
Have mercy on my soul
Somewhere my heart turned cold
Have mercy on many men
Many, many, many, many men
Wish death ‘pon me

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