- Decoding Hip-Hop’s Controversial Lyrics
- Lyrics for No Church In The Wild…
- No Church in the Wild
- Dorothy:No Church In The Wild Lyrics
Decoding Hip-Hop’s Controversial Lyrics
Rita Ora - No Church in the Wild (lyrics)the the per con
Sing online now! Start your 14 day trial! What's a God to a non-believer who don't believe in anything? No church in the wild tears on the mausoleum floor blood stains the coliseum doors. Lies on the lips of a priest thanksgiving disguised as a feast. Rollin' in the rolls-royce corniche only the doctors got this I'm hidin' from police. Cocaine seats all white like I got the whole thing bleached.
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Lyrics for No Church In The Wild…
Will he make it out alive? Alright, alright, no church in the wild. In the hook, Frank Ocean proposes that if you deny the highest power, you may just become the highest but you might not make it out alive.
No Church in the Wild
Human beings in a mob What's a mob to a king? What's a king to a god? What's a god to a non-believer? Who don't believe in anything? We make it out alive All right, all right No church in the wild Tears on the mausoleum floor Blood stains the Coliseum doors Lies on the lips of a priest Thanksgiving disguised as a feast Rollin' in the Rolls-Royce Corniche Only the doctors got this, I'm hidin' from police Cocaine seats All white like I got the whole thing bleached Drug dealer chic I'm wonderin' if a thug's prayers reach Is Pious pious 'cause God loves pious? Socrates asks, "whose bias do y'all seek?
Dorothy:No Church In The Wild Lyrics
It is the first track on the album and features vocals from Frank Ocean and The-Dream , although the latter is uncredited for his contributions to the song. The song explores themes of religion and decadence. The track received highly positive reviews from music critics , who praised Ocean's vocal hooks, the depth of the verses, the cinematic production and the song's power as an opening track. The track was released as the seventh and final single from Watch the Throne. The song received a music video directed by Romain Gavras released on May 29,