Tupac's Handwritten 'Dear Mama' Original Lyrics Being Auctioned

03-21-2017
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(Radio.com) The same auction site selling Notorious B.I.G.'s bullet-ridden GMC will be listing the handwritten pages on which Tupac first wrote "Dear Mama." MomentsinTime.com will be selling Tupac's three notebook pages for $75,000.

Not only do the pages detail the track's verses, but they also contain Tupac's signature along with notes he made to himself. He includes Yo-Yo's and Ice Cube's names at the bottom of the first page, as well as a note on the rumors circulating about his time in prison.

The demo version of "Dear Mama" reportedly featured Yo-Yo so Tupac may have been considering features when he wrote out the song. The auction site acquired the lyrics from an independent seller in Poland. Read more here.

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