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Method Man Lyrics

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Method Man Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Method Man (Home Grown Version)
2 1, 2, 1, 2
3 Perfect World
4 4,3,2,1
5 Presidential MC
6 Baby Come ON (feat.KARDINAL Offishall)
7 What's happenin' ft busta rhymes
8 True
9 All That I Need
10 Biscuits
11 Cradle Rock
12 Sub Crazy
13 A Bitch Is A Bitch (Unreleased Freestyle)
14 Freestyle
15 And Justice For All
16 Torture
17 Fuck Them
18 Blackout
19 A Bitch Is A Bitch
20 Ya'Meen
21 What The Blood Colt
22 Double Deuces (St. Ide's Malt Liquor Commercial)
23 Off The Wu-Headbanger
24 The What
25 Do What Ya Feel
26 Cisco Kid
27 Uh Huh
28 Protect Ya Neck (The Jump Off)
29 Tical
30 I'll Be There For You
31 Tear It Off
32 Wings Of The Morning (Dynamic Duo Mix)
33 Rollin' (Urban Assault Vehicle)
34 Method Man
35 P.L.O. Style - LP Version
36 Diesel
37 Party & Bullshit
38 Spazzola (Featuring Streetlife, Raekwon, Masta Killa, Killer Sin And Inspectah Deck)
39 Meth Vs Chef
40 Play IV Keeps (Featuring Inspectah Deck, Streetlife And Mobb Deep)
41 Symphony 2000
42 Mr. Sandman
43 N.Y.C. Everything
44 The Riddler (Hide-Out Remix)
45 Rodeo
46 Run 4 Cover
47 P.L.O. Style
48 Se Acabo
49 Da Rockwilder
50 Release yo' Delf
51 This Is What We Do
52 Big Dogs (Featuring Redman)
53 Even If
54 Stimulation
55 THE Prequel (feat.STREETLIFE)
56 Whatcha Gonna Do
57 Konichiwa Bitches
58 Four Seasons
59 What the Blood Clot
60 The ?
61 Wu-Tang Cream Team Line Up (a.k.a. 'American Cream
62 Afterparty
63 Bring The Pain (Alternative Mix)
64 Rumble
65 And You Don't Stop
66 The Riddler
67 The Prequel
68 Y.O.U.
69 Bulworth (They Talk About It While We Live It)
70 Method Man (Remix)
71 Milk The Cow
72 String Play (Like This, Like That)
73 Break Ups 2 Make Ups
74 Party Crasher
75 Baby Come On
76 Bring the pain
77 Got My Mind Made Up
78 Release Yo' Delf (Prodigy Remix)
79 N 2 Gether Now
80 Release Yo' Delf
81 Never Hold Back
82 Sucker MC's
83 Cereal Killer
84 Ridin' For Outro
85 Who Ya Rollin Wit
86 I get my thang in action
87 Got The Flava
88 Intro
89 Next Up
90 P.l.o. Style
91 Supa Ninjaz
92 The Motto
93 Cheka
94 Sweet Love (Featuring Cappadonna And Streetlife)
95 Play IV Keeps
96 Dirty Dancin
97 Shaolin What (Skit)
98 Grand Finale
99 The Glide
100 No Hooks
101 I Get My Thang In Action
102 Act Right
103 Let's Ride
104 Retro Godfather
105 Dog In Heat
106 Who Yall Rollin Wit
107 Gravel Pit
108 Judgement Day (Intro)
109 What's Tha Beat
110 Mr. Sandman
111 Elements (Featuring Star And Polite)
112 Dangerous Grounds
113 Crooked Letter I
114 What's Happenin' (feat.BUSTA Rhymes)
115 Gunz 'N Onez (Iz U Wit Me)
116 Where's Method Man? (Skit)
117 Stimulation
118 Play IV Keeps - Featuring Inspectah Deck/Streetlife/Mobb Deep
119 Fire In Da Hole
120 Shaolin What?!?
121 Criminology Part 2.5
122 Half Man Half Amazin'
123 Shaolin What
124 One More To Go
125 Method Man (remix)
126 Dangerous Ground
127 Tease (feat.CHINKY)
128 Dat's Dat Shit
129 Spazzola
130 Enjoy Da Ride
131 Ya Moms (Skit)
132 Hard To Kill
133 Tim Westwood Freestyle
134 Round And Round
135 Part II
136 I'll Be There For You/You're All I Need To Get By
137 Dirty Mef
138 Elements
139 Step By Step
140 Evil Streets (Remix)
141 Smooth Sailing (Remix)
142 Hit 'em High (The Monstar's Anthem)
143 World Gone Sour (The Lost Kids)
144 Perfect World
145 THE Turn (feat.RAEKWON)
146 Somebody Done F**ked Up
147 Fire Ina Hole
148 2 Tears In A Bucket
149 Afterparty (feat.GHOSTFACE)
150 Suspect Chin Music
151 Extortion
152 Gunshowers
153 Dangerous MCees
154 Our Dreams
155 Pussy Pop
156 Cradle Rock
157 Intro (feat.RZA)
158 What The Beat
159 4, 3, 2, 1
160 Crooked Letter I (feat.STREETLIFE)
161 Sweet Love
162 Fast Shadow
163 Dangerous
164 Ill Na Na
165 Tical
166 All I need
167 Rap Phenomenon
168 Dangerous Grounds
169 Problem
170 Say What
171 Grid Iron Rap
172 Ridin' FOR Outro (feat.BLACK ICE)
173 Pimpin' Chipp
174 Biscuit
175 It's In The Game
176 Biscuits
177 Release Yo' Self
178 Sweet Love
179 Got To Have It
180 How High
181 A Special Joint (Intro)
182 How To Pay Rent (Skit)
183 Know Your Role
184 Bring The Pain
185 Shaolin What
186 We Some Dogs
187 You're All I Need (All That I Need Remix)
188 Sweet Love (Skit)
189 Judgement Day
190 4:20
191 Well All Rite Cha
192 Fuhgidabowdit
193 Miranda
194 Left And Right
195 All I Need
196 Sweet Love - Featuring Cappadonna/Streetlife
197 Se Acabo (Remix)
198 Torture
199 St. Ides [feat. Wu-Tang]
200 The Show
201 Killin' Fields
202 Buck 50
203 Everything
204 Get It Up (Remix)
205 Youngstown Heist
206 Kane's Theme (Alternate WWF Aggression)
207 What The Blood Clot
208 You're All I Need To Get By - LP Version, Cassette Only
209 Simmons Incorporated
210 Meth Vs. Chef Part II
211 Big Dogs
212 Maaad Crew
213 The Turn
214 Ghetto B.I.
215 It's That Wu Shit
216 Wu-Tang Cream Team Line Up (a.k.a. 'American Cream Team')
217 Meth Vs. Chef
218 4 Ever
219 Simon Says Remix
220 Konichiwa Bi*ches
221 Is It Me
222 Mi Casa
223 Collaboration '98
224 Tease
225 Gold
226 Made Men
227 Sub Crazy
228 What's Happenin'
229 Fall Out
230 Dart Throwing

Method Man Bio

Clifford Smith (born April 1, 1971), better known by his stage name Method Man or Meth is an American hip hop artist, record producer, actor and member of the hip hop collective Wu-Tang Clan. He took his stage name from the 1979 film The Fearless Young Boxer, also known as Method Man. He is one half of the rap duo Method Man & Redman. He won a Grammy for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group for "I'll Be There for You/You're All I Need to Get By" with Mary J. Blige.

As motion pictures Belly and How High, and for his portrayal of Melvin "Cheese" Wagstaff on the HBO television drama series The Wire.

Method Man was a founding member of the hip-hop supergroup Wu-Tang Clan, has worked solo, with current partner-in-rhyme Redman, and as a guest rapper on several projects. He has starred on hit singles and albums.

Method Man grew up as Clifford Smith, a youth who was shuttled between a delinquent father in Long Island and a mother on Staten Island, New York. Staten Island — dubbed "Shaolin" by the Clan — was where he met the men who would eventually become the Wu-Tang Clan. Smith grew up in the Park Hill projects on the North Shore of Staten Island with his mother and two sisters, one younger, one older. At various times he has claimed to have dropped out of high school in the ninth and eleventh grades, and sold and experimented with drugs. "Reality smacked me in the face early. That's why I don't like to talk about my childhood,"

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Method_Man