A song written by Slug of the musical duo Atmosphere. Quite possibly one of the deepest, most thought provoking hip-hop songs out there. Undoubtedly about Slug's drug abuse, he uses lyrical analogies such as "I promise I'll smile. And check the floor, God's got nice tiles," telling his son, Jacob Miles, that he'll be watching over him if the abuse ever claims his life.
"Tell Jacob Miles to keep it wild-style. I promise I'll smile. And check the floor, God's got nice tiles."
-"God's Bathroom Floor" - Atmosphere