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ALISON STEWART, host:

I'm just in the mood.

That wraps up this hour of THE BRYANT PARK PROJECT from NPR News.

I'm Alison Stewart.

LUKE BURBANK, host:

I'm Luke Burbank.

Check us out online, npr.org/bryantpark represent.

(Soundbite of song, "It's Like That")

RUN (Member, Run-DMC): (Rapping) …because I don't why.

RUN-DMC (Singing Group): (Rapping) But it's like that.

RUN: And that's the way it is.

DMC (Member, Run-DMC): (Rapping) People in the world tryin' to make ends meet. You try to ride car, train, bus or feet. I said you got to work hard, you want to compete.

RUN-DMC: It's like that.

DMC: And that's the way it is. Huh. Money is the key to end all your woes.

RUN: Your ups, your downs, your highs and your lows.

DMC: Won't you tell me the last time that love bought you clothes?

RUN-DMC: It's like that…

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