25 Of Lauryn Hill’s Best Bars From ‘The Miseducation Of Lauryn Hill’ And Beyond
Every man wanna act like he’s exempt/Need to get down on his knees and repent/Can’t slick talk on the day of judgment/Your movement’s similar to a serpent/Tried to play straight, have your whole style bent/ Consequence is no coincidence/Hypocrites always wanna play innocent – “Lost Ones”
Nobody knew who these bars in “Lost Ones” were directed toward, but learning now that they’re about Wyclef makes them hit so much harder. “I was on the humble, you on every station,” L-Boogie barks, running the gamut of nouns and verbs about losing yourself to fame and money. Consequence is no coincidence.