Kubarê Been Me Lyrics

produced by: Gawvi
Vocals Additional ji aliyê: J. Pawlos
hunerî ji aliyê: Alex Medina
Tevlihev û hosta, ji aliyê: Aqûb “biz” Morris

Ayet 1:
Ma wanna tu kes ne bibihîzin êşa me
Ew çawa Ez hinekî dema ku ez flipping bi rêya wan twitter comments, hemû ez hest bi baran e
Ew ji min re vedigot get li ser wê ye kevn
Ku stuff tune ne no more
Lê belê, ku dikarê ne rast e dema ku ez li van kolanan bigerin
Îcar ev rast dema ku ez, xwe wekî, kubarê lê min

Çengel:
Mirov dikare bi rastî ez ji we re dibêjim, çawa ez hest a niha
Ah ew wanna dizanin çawa ez hest a niha
Ez, xwe wekî, kubarê lê min
Ez, xwe wekî, kubarê lê min
Em hemû li image Xwedê hûn dizanin
Hemû jiyana me madeyê,, nêrîna me şikand e
Em hest doza êş em berî li vir
Kî ye bêsûc ez nizanim
Lê ew, kubarê min
Ez, xwe wekî, kubarê lê min

Ayet 2:
Ez nas nekir Mike Brown
Ez li nizanin Trayvon
Ez nas nekir Sean Bell
Lê ez dizanim ku ew çûye
Ez li nizanin Oscar Grant an Tamir Rice
Ez nas nekir Eric Garner
Lê ez ew dizanin ku jiyana
Ma hêjayî bêtir ji wan li ser ekranê tv de got:
Ez nefret dikim ez lîsteya dirêj rabû, hûn finna dîtina min biqîrin
Ku ez xwe wekî ew em padîşahan nabînin
Ji bo ku mîna wî serweriyê, ew difikirin ku em şeytanên belengaz
Ez ne li wir bû, dema ku ew li mirov qetilkirin
Ez rewşan de çareser ne, ne wê bêjin, ku ez dikarim
Lê ez jiyana dizanin wek zilamekî ciwan reş
Qey ez ne dikarin bibin dîn ku hinek fêm nakin
Lê belê, dibe ku tu dê
Ger tu li jiyana min nêrî û hûn sekinî li cihê ku ez rawesta
Bi kar tînin çavên min de li van kolanan bigerin
Ev pir rast dema ku ez, xwe wekî, kubarê lê min

Çengel:
Mirov dikare bi rastî ez ji we re dibêjim, çawa ez hest a niha
Ah ew wanna dizanin çawa ez hest a niha
Ez, xwe wekî, kubarê lê min
Ez, xwe wekî, kubarê lê min

Ayet 3:
min Picture wek teen
Dimalin, ji vexwarinên di store dema ku min dît
The diravgir li min, Paşê wî bangewaziyên
Points li hip min û ji min re ez dît im dibêje,
Lê bigirin xwe, Ez li nizanin, ku ez ku tirsê bû
Û ez li nizanin ku ez ji te re bi blackberry guleyan
pir hûrik, that he saw me as a thug
Dema ku ez qet dixwazim a doz girtin, qet dizîn an kirrîne derman
An jî çawa şahidiya dema ku ez ji bo show firiya
Şahiyê tije, rap finna bo ode tijî bertawan
Derveyî wê bibîne, min ew çeka di rûyê min e
Kelepçeyan de li ser destên xwe, bîyanî li ser pişta
Ev di heman ol e, heman ol
Ez fit li description of a cezayê ku ew dizanin
Ew ji min re picture nîşan da, yala
Tu henekan dikî? Em binêrin, ne wek
Well the cops thought we did if you looking right
Her yekî reş, ez dizanim
çîrokên Got weke wan, radihêjim, tiştê ku ew is ne diçînin, ne
Gava ku ew we bawer dikin ku thug ji jump
Ev çi madeyê, eger tu ne bi pompe Xelîca
Va ye ez nizanim eger Mike Brown destên xwe dikir
Lê ez dinivîsim û got: homie I'ma rabe ser piyan.
Û I'ma ji we re dibêjim, ez hest ez li van kolanan bigerin
Û dibêjin, ev rast dema ku ez, xwe wekî, kubarê lê min

Çengel

Ayet 4:
Skies hest gewr, çavên sor
Reş û spî pevçûnê, ewran de li ser serê
Çawa dirêj, heta ku ew bihîst çi em got:
Çawa dirêj, heta ku ew dibihîzin ka min çi got?
Sadece ji bo ku hemû zilimkar baş
Pevçûn di guys xerab, çêkirina rê bikevît baş
Ez nefret dikim ku li ser blokên kiça de
Di dawiyê de ku ew hewl bidin ku hûn girêkekê di bi hemû bacgir
I wanna ji bo hemû mirovan ciwan reş min dibêjin
Ez dizanim ku ev hest wek em tenê ne dikarin win
Lê min di hêrsa xwe, lê guneh nekin
Ma bibêje, ne ku ew çi difikirin
Bila tu kes ji me re bêje em is rabû hêjayî ne
Hinek wê hewl bidin ku ji me re piţtre xebata wê ne ji
Ez dizanim ev e, ne rewa, lê em dizanin ku ew bi hesûdî
Û rojekê ew ê paqij hêsir

yên din
hêviya te li ku derê ye, li? Mine li wî e
hêviya te li ku derê ye, li? Mine li wî e
Em kar aniye ji bo ku ez, di heman demê de hêviya xwe li wî e
Ew kar ji bo ku ez jî rabû, di heman demê de hêviya xwe li wî e

Parvekirinên

32 comments

  1. Qalkirinî: Kubarê min — TRIP LEE

  2. UrdunBersiv

    I see some of the points made in the lyrics, and I know this song is personal, but it feels like it’s a song that’s giving in to this chaos.

    The second section of the 3rd verse, talking about being patted down because hefitsthe description of the criminal. I’ve been patted down before, on the side of the interstate after being tailed for 3 miles, because I wore a beanie and a sweatshirt that made me look like I was from the harsher side of town. Not just that, but I was driving my grandfathers Impala with my dad in the passenger seat, and they checked our stories about us heading back from the local Apple store where I dropped off my Macbook to be fixed. Call it profiling, call it whatever, but it was anything but the color of my skin. One officer was white, the other was black. That was me.

    First line of the first verse: “Ma wanna tu kes ne bibihîzin êşa me”. Pretty sure I know what it means. The word “yên me” in that phrase, to me feels like alienation from the song, like I won’t understand what the struggle is, or how you feel. I may not be able to understand, but God gave me the means to support, through Prayer.

    Continuing on that thought, “Em hemû li image Xwedê hûn dizanin”. There’s the whole counter to the song. God created us in His image, and no color, disabilities, gender or origin of nation has ever made God look at any individual He created any differently, so why should we? Why should I look at myself any differently from you, and vice versa?

    I could get further, but I feel I’ve said enough. Gerr, as a follower of Christ we wear our faith, we don’t look at any person any differently or treat them differently. We throw away Self, and focus and put the attention on Him, and regardless of how any one of us feels, when we say we are Christians, the way we act and the things we say reflect how people see Him through us. So if it could have been you, should I look at you any differently? What if it was me?

    xala min e, beColorblindin this world.

    • ToryBersiv

      Brother Jordan, can I just express thatcolorblindnessis not the answer to these issues? Let me switch it quickly from race to gender. Men and women are very different, û ku tiştekî baş e! To begender blindwould be very detrimental, because it would naturally cut off the importance of our differences, and make us miss out on God. What I mean in that is that as men, mercy tends to not come as naturally as it does for women (notice the word tends!). If we only looked at men, we would miss out on the mercy of God. We would read about it, but see no tangible, human example of His mercy (I’m know I’m speaking in aggressive generalities, but only to make a point).

      Race is the same way. We are actually very different, naturally! Blacks, Asians, Whites, Hispanics, we are usually very different in our worldview, personalities, çande, hwd.. This is a beautiful thing. By looking at one cultures passion over another, we can see that God is a passionate God (passionate about the right things). By looking at one culture’sslow to anger(ness),” we can see that God is patience with us, and is slow to anger. By looking at different cultures, we actually get to see many pictures of God.

      bê pirs, we are all to be treated the same, because we are all created in the Imago Dei. Lebê, we are different, û ku başe! I’m half black, half white, and have a ton ofblack traits,” û “white traits.” Okay. That’s great! Hopefully they show us something about God! I vote for celebration and learning of differences rather than colorblindness, and a true celebration can only happen in the gospel.

      • NateBersiv

        Tori,

        Your words have inspired me to write a song using a variation of your words: “We are all created in the Imago Dei, lebê, we are different and that’s more than OK”. Thank you for your initiative to speak and spark wisdom. The rest of the song has turned out to prove itself as purely an undeserved gift of words to express our unity in diversity and in Christ.

        Grace and Peace,
        Nate

    • TaevanBersiv

      Well said Jordan. I will say this one thing: Instead of being colorblind, could we instead see our different ethnic backgrounds as God’s creativity? We stand together with Him under the name of Jesus. He is our bannerno matter if we’re from Ferguson, Cali, Oregon, Alabama or New York. Jesus is our focal point. And in a culture that wants to separate us intominoritiesand different groups, we stand as Christ’s body, underneath Him.

      But I do appreciate your insight on the song. Thank you for building the Kingdom up for His glory!

    • JoshBersiv

      trip, thanks for these thoughts. I appreciate your sharing your experience as a man of color who thinks of his identity and the tragic state of our culture through the Lens of the Gospel. May the Lord continue to build his Kingdom and fame through your work. Spas dikim.

  3. GabrielBersiv

    tu biterişî Spas, you’re a true role model and inspiration. Keep up the good work and lean on the lord’s guidance.

  4. MichaelBersiv

    It’s saddening reading all the events going now in the world. Right from NYC to Kenya. Painfull issues yet we don’t learn from them and keep doing the same things. It’s time we truly became our brothers keepers

  5. MichaelBersiv

    Geştname Lee, this could not have come at a different time. We need to stress the point more and by all means #couldabeenme

  6. RichardBersiv

    really sad to hear, still can’t really imagine how y’all feel but I see that a lot of black ppl just get just really to fastfeel sad for u al, I feel powerless at all

  7. ToddBersiv

    Powerful statement, beautifully crafted. Brought years to my eyes when I least expected it. I only recently discovered your music and it has been a wonderfully inspirational discovery at the time in my life God deemed it so. Much praise to you, young brother.

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  9. AmandaBersiv

    To say that God doesn’t see color is unBiblical. (Urdun) The Bible says that God created different nations and tongues to showcase His majesty. We shouldn’t pretend that it doesn’t exist! If you say you want to be there for a believer who deals with these things by prayer or whatever avenue then why are you trying to argue his song? He is sharing his hurt. His pain. Stuff that black people, go through. Why do you have to feel alienated for him saying that. Why does your ONE example of a bad experience have to rule out or invalidate the hurt and frustration that many black people have to face daily. Not just that one time. My husband always has to go above and beyond to make sure he comes off as non threatening to people!! Çima? Why is it that he is black so he is considered scary and threatening. Why is it that he talks articulate that people feel they need to make the comment, wow you are not what I expected, or you are not like other black people. Do people go up to you and are they surprised by the way you speak? Stop for a min and just hear people out, you don’t have to agree or understand. Just show some empathy and help be a part of the solution! Thanks for sharing your heart Trip Lee.

  10. AbigailBersiv

    Gerr, this is good.
    My heart is hurting because there is still a reason to write songs like this. There is still a fight for black lives.
    Maybe one day we can make it right.

    <3

  11. XwestekBersiv

    Keep up the good work Trip! Your words and your witness are powerful! May the Lord bless you, keep you, make his face shine upon you!

  12. CharlotteBersiv

    Trip Lee man,

    Can I just state that I have grown to love the major authenticity in your voice?! Ahh it’s so raw and real! This is a great feat. bro. Very true, I am very saddened to hear about all of the corruption in which has been shown here on the air and it is crazy how bias and upside down this world can beI’m very disappointed in my own race in which has been stereotyped and broadcasted upon. The video from Brooklyn NY is one of the most saddening things I’ve seen in a long time.

  13. VictoriaBersiv

    I love what Jordan is saying. I myself am a black America, a woman, but in my opinion, gender doesn’t play a huge role, black woman can be targeted in discriminatory ways also. I have never been targeted personally for the color of my skin, but I like to think I’d never hate or wish bad things to someone who was to harm me or kill me in a circumstance like the ones we are talking about. Being a Christian, I’m constantly reminded of the verse where Jesus tells us to turn the other cheek. If someone hates you, you love them despite that. Racism will never stop happening, but if someone attacks you, turn the other cheek. You can’t make anyone accept you, stuff like this isn’t going to stop. But we need to stop thinking that blacks are the only race targeted. The only difference is, the white on black crime is the only crime being brought up in the news. What about a white guy killing a Hispanic? Or an Asian killing a black? We are all created equally. Erê, there was a time when slavery was all black people knew, but today there’s slavery and racism happening among every race. God does not see the deaths of these black men any differently than he sees the death of anyone else. I think we are forgetting that concept, no person’s life matters more than another. And let’s also not forget that we really don’t know the exact facts of these crimes. Gerr, I’m not hating on your song at all, it’s great that every person has their own opinion and this is yours. Herçi, I will say, yes it could’ve been you, but it also could’ve been a white man. Us black people are not the only targets. Let’s try to see each other the way God sees us, 100 percent equal.

  14. DanielleBersiv

    As a biracial, Color blind(Erê, because my heritage and culture include too many different races to start focusing on one at a time. I celebrate THEM none the less) woman I can’t imagine anything that a black man is going through. Especially when people jump straight on race and leave God out of it. But I’m glad that you put God in it where he belongs. He belongs in this situation, He belongs as the Justice giver. We belong and trust in Him.

  15. AnthonyBersiv

    I played this song for a room full of people trying to hear their brothers and sisters cries yesterday. There were about 18 of us and 6/8 were white. Your words cemented things.

    Know that your words are reaching people in deep, beautiful ways. Thank you for your honest reflection.

  16. JohnnyBersiv

    If you are making this about yourself or about a specific race then it has nothing to do with God. Your song only shows why the racism issue continues the way it does because no one is willing to change the cycle only cry about how they are treated poorly white, Mexican, asyayî, people die in the same ways all the time by committing crimes and being stopped by someone we have accepted as a protector. Your either for justice completely or you aren’t there is no fine lines or excuses. You bring up fears and anger, Gods not in those yet you choose to be. You put God in this so g just so Christians keep listening to you rather then making the right stand for God instead your our lyrics say your gonna stand up for racism that your going to make tis song about racism and not God. You can’t sit at 2 tables you either sit at the table if the Father or you sit at the table of the fallen. Either way you’ve lost a fan. I hope you can come to terms with your fear and see how simple respect would change fear into shared respect and working together. If it coulda been you, then maybe you need to rethink your life choices.

  17. JonBersiv

    He isn’t against the cops right? I don’t think. I love trip and can’t wait till his next album, whenever that maybe. Strana bêhempa.

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  19. KiannaBersiv

    I just listened to this song and the lyrics are powerful. “hêviya te li ku derê ye, li?” -Geştname Lee. Min jê hez!

  20. DelîlBersiv

    Do all my brothers, xwişkên, disillusioned, and hurting. I am sorry. I am a part of this as an American. But I am listening. I hear your pain.
    I am sorry.
    The word is getting out. No criticism, only love.