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Tupac Shakur: Until the End of Time Meaning

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Song Released: 1999


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    anonymous
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    May 24th, 20:38 report


    Tupac was always known as a political and honest rapper. His life was up and down from the beginning, I think in this song he’s trying to summarise some of that hardship and lay out his own reasoning for how he behaves or his persona at least.

    The one line that shows the variation in his two half’s is “remember me as an outcast, outlaw another album out that’s what I’m about more” people saw him as a G or as a thug not as a hard working artist who wanted to be more. He’s more focused on his music that being a true G slinging and gangbanging.

    He doesn’t sugar coat it and says “lord please forgive me for my life of sin” he knows he isn’t perfect and accepts it to some degree

    He goes on to say “till the day I see my casket, buried as a G while the whole world remembers me” he knows when he does he’ll be remembered for one reason or another either positive or negative but his image is permanent.



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    anonymous
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    Oct 1st, 2017 10:35pm report


    His whole life is being sumarised on this song hustling got him far from family he knew his time on earth is short he decides to ride alone cause he want fulfil some of his potentials dou he is not afraid of death but he want to rememberd and not mournd. Ugo nigeria 08067218470




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