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This Is Home by Fred Hardy - [309 words]
On A Night Like This by Fred Hardy - [246 words]
Dreaming (Alt) by Fred Hardy - [236 words]
The Next Real Thing by Fred Hardy - [220 words]
Sam Don't You Cry by Fred Hardy - [270 words]
Forgiveness (Song) by Fred Hardy - [364 words]
Conspiracy Theory by Cedric McClester Conspiracy Theory pretty much speaks for itself. You be the judge of its relevancy. [221 words]
Government Name by Rapadamus Many urban youth adopt street names under the false belief that the authorities won't know who ... [517 words]
The Indictment by Cedric McClester The Indictment speaks to abuse of office. Check it out and see if you agree. [231 words]
Get Over It by Cedric McClester Get Over It is my response to those who have been critical of my political point of view. [228 words]
Any Nigga by Rapadamus Any Nigga addresses the issue of crime and street credibility in the Black community. [519 words]
I Die Again by Jonathon Brannon Startin' March off with a bang!!!! My new song. Hope you like...... [235 words]
Do You Cry (When You Hear The News)? by Cedric McClester Do You Cry (When You Hear The News)? was inspired by the plight of Nixzmar... [328 words]
Prison IsníT (A Rite Of Passage)
Gone Away by Chad Naquin this song is about the people who died for the justice of this counrty. they will always be remembere... [262 words]
20 Proof Jesus Juice by Rapadamus The song is written in singer Michael Jackson's voice and represents his mea culp for the ... [163 words]
He's A Friend by Jessica L Young This is my 10th song! God is good!!! [152 words]
Lawd Have Mercy by Rapadamus Lawd Have Mercy is a contemporary social commentary. [316 words]
You Hurt Me by Rainmaker - [32 words]
You Are Holy by Lazar - [73 words]
Whose House Are You Building? by Cedric McClester Whose House Are You Building, is addressed to ministers who sometimes get carried... [256 words]
Who You Gonna Follow (Holla) by Cedric McClester Who You Gonna Follow (Holla) poses an age old question. Life is full of choices an... [263 words]
When Praises Are Sent Up To Heaven by Cedric McClester When Praises Are Sent Up To Heaven makes the point that God is worthy of all... [333 words]
When It Comes To... by Rapadamus When It Comes To... Is a comical commentary on The Maury Povitch Show and his guest who are... [603 words]
When I Get Sad And Blue by Kendall Wilt A little twisted electronica. [77 words]
What My Succubus Did For Me by Kendall Wilt Straight metal. It helps if you read this while your headbanging. [191 words]
The Hater by Rapadamus The Hater was inspired by Star of the STar&Bucwild Radio show. Star speaks of objective hate and ref... [548 words]
The Best Song Ever by Marcus Lochricho Im a fag. [105 words]
Sun Smiles On Morning by Buxton A song, I'm not ussually a song-writer, so all feedback is welcome.. Good & BadĘĺ [198 words]
Some Love by Usama Aa Kadri Some love is a song against blood shedding, wars and violence. Some love is all needed for a better w... [131 words]
Shallow Blessings by Anthony Pinson Well, I've become very close to this poem. It's actually lyrics that are in the process of b... [173 words]
Sayin It DoníT Make It True by Cedric McClester Sayin It Don't Make It True was inspired by a critique of my work. The comment was,... [266 words]
Running Out Of Time by Jonathon Brannon My latest piece of work. Felt good to finally sit down and write again. Hope you like..... [302 words]
Romantic Kamakazi by Matt R Kellaher This is supposed to be a fun, upbeat, kinda song that doesn't take itself, and relationships ... [390 words]
Revelations, Revolutions, And Repitition by Brandon Colcleasure This one is kinda Simple Plan-ish. [132 words]
Put God Back In Your Life by Cedric McClester Put God Back In Your Life is the story of a woman who is struggling with a husband wh... [265 words]
Open Arms by Nicholas T Olson A song about the hectic life of a high schooler and the redeeming love of Jesus Christ. [80 words]
No Shit Dick by Rapadamus No Shit Dick satarize Vice President Dick Cheney's hunting accident. [504 words]
Nip ĎN Tuck by Rapadamus Nip 'N Tuck chronicals America's fasination with plastic surgery. [290 words]
Na by Alice W-M I wrote it and apparently it's good. Lots of thanks to Gordon for helping me with the ideas. Be warned there... [197 words]
Myspace by Sasu Myspace pwns. [215 words]
Mascara Tears by Katelyn Berry Its about realizing your life is all wrong, and you need to fix it. [88 words]
Lift Me Up by Cedric McClester Lift Me Up is a spiritual song of hope and promise. [247 words]
Just Get Back In The Casket And We'll Begin This Eulogy by Brandon Colcleasure I didn't really see the need for a repeditive chorus in... [105 words]
IíLl Always Raise His Name by Cedric McClester I'll Alway Raise His Name is a spiritual praise song. It is unique in that it never... [300 words]
If Jesus Showed Up At Your Door by Cedric McClester If Jesus Showed Up At Your Door poses the question of what you would do if that... [354 words]
I Didn't Know by Michael Worthington A song I wrote just one day when I was feeling down. Ever since writing "I Didn't Know" I have be... [221 words]
Human by Matt R Kellaher Its kind of about being able to except the past and take just one more chance, because both love and pain... [355 words]
How It Is Up South by Rapadamus How it Is Up South is a documentary. It actually happened. The song reflects the writer's f... [198 words]
How Could I Love by Michael Newby - [84 words]
Hi My Name Is Barbara Sagula Me And My Friends Sanjana,Providence,Tabitha, And Conisha Are 10 Years Old And We Want To Publish Our Song Because We Made A Band Acctully We Are Like The Cheetah Girls And U Can Vist Our Site Www.Anglegirlsband.Blogspot.Com Thank U We Really Want To Become Famous With Our Songs, Thank U So Much We Already Wrote 6 This Is Our First On We Ever Wrote: by B C S Sagula summer time:/ summer time is here put away your snow boards and take out your buggy borads and lets have fun, Summer time is here summer, summer, summer time is here its three words only ...... - song plays - fun , fun ,fun on a sushine its the summer time yeah let... [27 words]
Go On Without Me. by Sasu - [85 words]
Fuck The Faggots by Rapadamus Fuck The Faggots should be delievered in a Jamacian dialect, and reflects the intolerance many... [638 words]
Dem Thugs ĎN Gangstas by Rapadamus Dem Thugs 'N Gangstas is a true story that happened in Brooklyn, New York, but is replica... [171 words]
Dead Roses by Kendall Wilt A little diddy for an old girlfriend. [144 words]
Cowboys Who Love Cowboys by Cedric McClester Cowboys Who Love Cowboys is inspired by the Academy Award nominated motion picture, Br... [360 words]
Can't You Hear Me? by Just Another Kid - [292 words]
Can You Say Hypocrit? by Cedric McClester Can You Say Hypocrit, pretty much speaks for itself. [265 words]
Buried In Aleeton, Ia by Brandon Colcleasure - [184 words]
Bang Bang by Rapadamus Bang Bang is a commentary on the urban situation. The internalized oppression and its sad results. [353 words]
Bandage by Andreas Rainmaker A song about things in the past better left forgotten. [244 words]
Are You Really Inclined To Agree? by Cedric McClester Are You Inclined To Agree was inspired by the slimplictic answers we are give... [209 words]
A Day Late... by Cedric McClester A Day Late...is a classic blues song that speaks for itself. [147 words]

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TITLE (EDIT)
Prison IsníT (A Rite Of Passage)
DESCRIPTION
Prison Isn't (A Rite Of Passage)is a commentary about how going to prison is viewed by many of today's urban youth. It makes the point that there is nothing glamourous about jail and prison isn't a rite of passage.
[428 words]
AUTHOR
Rapadamus
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Rapadamus is the rap brand and alter ego of prolific lyricist Cedric McClester.
[February 2008]
AUTHOR'S OTHER TITLES (98)
20 Proof Jesus Juice (Songs) The song is written in singer Michael Jackson's voice and represents his mea culp for the pedophilia charges he was brought up on. [163 words]
A Knock On The Door (Songs) I got a knock on the door That no one wants to get My eyes teared up And my hands began to sweat They were there to tell me About the attack And how my son died From that tragic act [264 words]
A Letter To The President (Songs) This is a letter to the president Itís not meant to be a slam Iím just bein who I am I hope you understand Itís because I give a damn And I want things to get better That Iím taking this time out To w... [316 words]
A Republican In Democratic Clothes (Songs) A Republican In Democratic Clothes is critical of the state of the Democratic Party by examining one of it's brightest stars. [300 words]
A Sense Of Urgency (Songs) A Sense Of Urgency is the missing element in the Bush administration as far as this writer is concerned. [303 words]
A Tinker's Damn (Songs) I donít give a tinkerís damn/ What they charge in East Siam/ I live here in the US of A/ Where the price of gas goes up every day. [329 words]
AiníT Illegal Yet (Songs) This song is written in the voice of the infamous Dixie Chicks - They refuse to play our records To apply the screws/ Because we made a comment That was on the news/ It ainít illegal yet Though some... [215 words]
Am I Seein What I Think I See (Songs) Am I Seein What I Think I See, was inspired by a young lady I saw walking by one day. She was everything the song suggests. [283 words]
An Epiphany (Songs) An Epiphany is inspired by the kind of songs that R&B singer Jaheim sings. It tells the story of how a thug was transformed. [298 words]
Any Nigga (Songs) Any Nigga addresses the issue of crime and street credibility in the Black community. [519 words]
As I Turn The Page (Poetry) As I turn the page, And enter my old age, Iím as angry as before, Maybe even more, At all the things I see That I know shouldnít be. [115 words]
Bad Behavior (Songs) Sheís another super model/ Who's gone bad/ Sheís assaulted every assistant/ That she ever had/ Accusing them of all sorts/ Of petty things/ Never mind the law suits/ Her behavior brings. [245 words]
Bait ĎN Switch (Songs) Bait 'N Switch is an indictment. See if you can guess against whom. [165 words]
Bang Bang (Songs) Bang Bang is a commentary on the urban situation. The internalized oppression and its sad results. [353 words]
Better Days (Songs) Better Days chronicals the slow recovery efforts, or lack thereof in post Katrina New Orleans. [376 words]
Big Brother (1984) (Songs) Big Brother (1984) speaks to today's manifestations of George Orwell's classic book, Nineteen Eighty-Four, which chronicals an ever present government that promotes the corporation's interests over pe... [198 words]
Big Oil (Songs) Bush is goin easy On big oil But Iím not surprised Why should he spoil The cozy arrangement They have arranged By throwing in a monkey wrench To make them change [179 words]
Bill OíReilly (Songs) Bill O'Reilly is a parody on Conservative media personality Bill O'Reilly. [280 words]
Blame It On The Dixie Chicks (Songs) This song is written in the voice of the much maligned Dixie Chicks whose latest album is number one with a bullet on the Billboard and Amazon charts. Go chicks!!! [218 words]
Blessed Are The Peacemakers (Songs) Blessed are the peacemakers/ Yet no oneís making peace/ War is raging everywhere/ Look at the Middle East... [159 words]
C - Student (Songs) C - STUDENT is a performance review for George W. Bush. [345 words]
Calm Down People (Songs) Calm Down People is a metaphor for the current geopolitical situation. [189 words]
Cash, Clothes, And Hos (Songs) Cash, Clothes and Hos is about the state of hip hop. [710 words]
Charges Should Be Brought Up (Songs) Charges Should Be Brought Up suggests that Sen. Russ Feingold is right, the president should be censured at the very least. No one should be above the law, regardless of their position. If such a mo... [423 words]
Circumvention (Songs) Circumvention addresses the way George Bush and his administation skirts the law in the name of securing the homeland. [176 words]
Consequences (Rarely Come To Mind) (Songs) In the heat of the moment guys rare consider the ramifications and potential consequences of unprotected sex. [208 words]
Corporate Orgy (Poetry) Corporate Orgy describes what the war in Iraq is really about in my opinion. Like assholes, everybody has one. [149 words]
Dem Thugs ĎN Gangstas (Songs) Dem Thugs 'N Gangstas is a true story that happened in Brooklyn, New York, but is replicated in urban areas across the nation. [171 words]
Democracy Or Theoracy (Songs) The Middle East is not the only place threatened by theocratic rule, it could happen right here in America if we're not careful. [206 words]
Every Time I Hear ĎEm Mention His Name (Songs) Everytime I Hear 'Em Mention His Name is that evokes memories of Nine Eleven. [256 words]
Fightin Over There... (Songs) Fightin Over There is a play on the president's defense of his war policy. [206 words]
Fuck The Faggots (Songs) Fuck The Faggots should be delievered in a Jamacian dialect, and reflects the intolerance many Jamacians have towards homosexuals. It is admittedly a bias point of view which the author happens not to... [638 words]
Gas Addiction (Songs) Oil companies are gettin over/ Like a bandit/ They could not have done much better/ Had they planned it/ Their profit margins/ All have gone through the roof/ And weíve become the victims/ Of this aw... [209 words]
George Dubya Please (Songs) George Dubya Please addresses the President's new PR offensive. Very much like the old PR offensive, he's still trying to sell us shit for Shineola. [289 words]
Get Off (Songs) I need a warm body/ And a bed thatís soft/ When Iím feelin horny/ And wanna get off. [240 words]
Government Name (Songs) Many urban youth adopt street names under the false belief that the authorities won't know who they are. My point is there are no secrets anymore. We are all listened to, photographed and otherwise ... [517 words]
Guest Workers (Songs) Guest Workers weighs in on the debate over illegal immigration. [191 words]
Have You Become... (Songs) Have You Become, is inspired by a middle-aged, couch jumping, super star of suspect sexual orientation, with a killer smile and his twenty-something pregnant girl friend. See if you can guess who I'm ... [180 words]
He Fucked Up (Songs) He Fucked Up speaks to the fact that the Bush war in Iraq was a colossal mistake. However, now that we're there we have little option but to make it work. [175 words]
He Must Be Crazy (Songs) He Must Be Crazy is a response to news reports that the president is seriously considering bombing Iran because of their desire to develop nuclear weapons. It is the position of the United States tha... [151 words]
Heaven Help Us (Songs) Heaven help us (help us all) Itís time that George Bush is recalled. [285 words]
HereíS The Funny Thing (Songs) Here's The Funny Thing takes a stab at our imperial president. [181 words]
Hey Mister Man (Songs) Hey Mister Man Itís clear Iím not a fan I donít like the desert sand Where you brought our troops to (and) Thereís a rising voice that sez You made the wrong choice And that even you now doubt But yo... [272 words]
Holy Mother Mary (Songs) Holy Mother Mary comments on the Blessed Virgin's elevation to godhead. [195 words]
Hood Love (Songs) Hood Love was inspired by something I heard on the Star&Bucwild Radio Show. [205 words]
How It Is Up South (Songs) How it Is Up South is a documentary. It actually happened. The song reflects the writer's feelings about what transpired. [198 words]
How Many Generals? (Songs) How Many Generals alludes to the number of former generals who've come forward to say that Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld must resign or be fired, for the sake of the troops and moral. [150 words]
How Would You Feel? (Songs) If it were someone you loved Buried in the rubble/ From a guided missile strike Launched to cause big trouble/ How the hell would you feel [166 words]
I CaníT Talk About It (Songs) I CAN'T TALK ABOUT IT, is a combat soldier's story. [242 words]
I Gotta Ask You (Songs) I Gotta Ask You addresses the issue of blood diamonds from Sierra Leone where lives and limbs were lost in others pursuit of their diamonds. [188 words]
I Think YouíRe Dope (Head To Feet) (Songs) I Think You're Dope (Head To Feet) is a love song that addresses the positive changes the relationship made in the man's life. [182 words]
IíD Rather Hunt With Dick (Songs) I'd Rather Hunt With Dick is a response to a critique of one of my political songs. [228 words]
If The Long Arm Of The Law Still Has Reach (Songs) If The Long Arm Of The Law Still Has Reach ask a rhetorical question, because in the author's opinion the president has committed high crimes and misdemeanors. [176 words]
ItíS Twenty-Seven Today (Songs) "It's Twenty-Seven Today," refers to one of the bloodiest days in the illegal war in Iraq for American troops. [149 words]
John Mccain (Songs) John McCain is about Sen. John McCain who used to stand for something but now falls for anything. [164 words]
Jus Cos We Had Sex (Songs) This song is inspired by the situation many male celebrities find themselve in. [207 words]
Justice Is Blind (Songs) Justice is blind But not anymore And I seriously doubt That it was before They like to pretend They hand it out equally But that's not the case As we frequently see [205 words]
Lawd Have Mercy (Songs) Lawd Have Mercy is a contemporary social commentary. [316 words]
Listen Up Nation (Songs) Listen up nation/ In the Bush administration No level of incompetence Goes unrewarded/ And whatís even worst/ Platitudes are accorded/ Who can forget FEMAís Michael Brown/ Who did absolutely nothing... [209 words]
My Dude (Songs) Heard u been messin Wit my dude/ Now u might think Iím bein ghetto crude/ Cos Iíma Ďbout to catch An attitude/ So hear me clearly I ainít in the mood [186 words]
Never Again-Never Again (Songs) Never again Refers to who/ Is it just for The chosen few [172 words]
Nip ĎN Tuck (Songs) Nip 'N Tuck chronicals America's fasination with plastic surgery. [290 words]
No Shit Dick (Songs) No Shit Dick satarize Vice President Dick Cheney's hunting accident. [504 words]
Now That Jesus Is In Vogue (Songs) "Now That Jesus Is In Vogue," addresses the habit that most gangsta rappers have of thanking Jesus for their success on award shows. [219 words]
Pay Attention (Songs) Pay Attention makes needed mention of the fact that we are on the brink of World War Three. Our idiot president seems hell-bent on a jahad to bringing about the end of the world. [123 words]
Retreat (We Gotta Beat This Summer Heat) (Songs) The title speaks for its self. [202 words]
Savages (Songs) The ravages of the savages/ Can be felt on the streets/ Where innocent bystanders Often catch the heat/ From those bullet-riddled operas That all too frequently repeat [414 words]
Show A Thug No Love (Songs) Show A Thug No Love deglamourizes the whole thug mystique and notion. [387 words]
Still Lookin (For The Noble Cause) (Songs) Heís still looking For the noble cause/ That was mentioned But never was/ Heís doing his best To try to reconcile/ What he's charged with Now that heís on trial [195 words]
Street Points (Songs) Niggas pullin out their joints/ All because they want street points/ Babies dyin in car seats/ As the scenario repeats. [281 words]
Support For The War (Songs) While youíre tryin to garner Support for the war Thereís a marked increase In our sick and our poor No child left behind Well let us explore There are more drop-outs now Than ever before... [212 words]
The Hater (Songs) The Hater was inspired by Star of the STar&Bucwild Radio show. Star speaks of objective hate and refers to himself as The Hater. [548 words]
The National Debt (Songs) The national debt Keeps on gettin higher/ And we know for a fact The Presidentís a liar/ See the consequences of His gross negligence/ Will unfortunately be At our kidís expense [197 words]
The N-Word (Songs) How is bigotry To be defeated/ If you donít know Your history Then youíll repeat it/ And the use of the n-word Is so deep-seated/ That self-respect alone Demands we not repeat it [451 words]
The Ravages Of War (Songs) The ravages of war Are not a pretty sight/ They could catch it anytime While caught up in the fight [265 words]
The Ruling Oligarchy (Songs) The ruling oligarchy/ Says itís middle-class malarkey/ To suggest they differ starkly/ When it comes to the poor/ Whom the rich try to ignore/ Cos the haves now want more/ Than they ever did before. [166 words]
The System (Songs) The System addresses the fact that the system is designed to hold certain people down, and it is up to those people to rise above the system's evil design. [203 words]
The Truth Makes You Free (Songs) The Truth Makes You Free is my response to the criticim that the press has come under because of their coverage of the war in Iraq. The press has been accused of only bring the negative side of the wa... [367 words]
The White House Lies To Stay In Practice (Songs) Despite the laws That weíve enacted/ And the evidence That they've redacted/ The truth of the matter And the fact is/ The White House lies To stay in practice [511 words]
They Wanna Know Why (Songs) They Wanna Know Why explains why I am affected in an artistic way as a consequence of what is going on in the world. [252 words]
They WouldníT Know The Truth (Songs) They Wouldn't Know The Truth addresses the Conservatives and their lies of mass deception. It's about money not principal. [371 words]
Too Much Information (Songs) Scratch his name right up off The terror list/ What the world can use Is one less terrorist/ And certainly Zarcawi Seemed to fit that bill/ The way he exercised His constant urge to kill [186 words]
Up South (Songs) Up South explores the issue of racism as it exists in the North, where it is just below the surface. [342 words]
What's All The Fuss (Songs) This song was inspired by Cee Lo Green, formerly of Atlanta's Dungeon Family, now known as Gnarls Barkley, who currently is riding the record charts with Crazy. It is written in his voice. [222 words]
WhatíS This Country Comin To (Songs) What's This Country Comin To, asks that simple question. [229 words]
WhatíS Wrong? (Songs) Whatís wrong with that brother - man/ 50 mil and whereíd he land/ Somewhere in the Motherland/ And I was once his greatest fan/ What was going through his head/ Was it something someone said/ Made him... [280 words]
When It Comes To... (Songs) When It Comes To... Is a comical commentary on The Maury Povitch Show and his guest who are trying to ascertain who their baby's daddy is. [603 words]
Where's This All Heading? (Songs) Brothers and sisters Iím talkin to you/ Do on to others As you would have them do/ You may not know this But itís very true/ All that you put out there Will come back to you [169 words]
Who Is She To Say? (Songs) This could be considered a follow up to Pink's Stupid Girls song. [226 words]
WhoíS Gonna... (Songs) Whoís gonna step up To the plate/ And rectify the status Of the ship-of-state [161 words]
Why Not A Date Certain? (Songs) Why not pull the curtain/ And declare a date certain/ For bringing our troops back home Why keep Ďem there/ In that bad atmosphere Where terror for certain has grown [232 words]
Why Ring The Alarm? (Songs) This is an answer to Beyonce's new release, Ring The Alarm. [303 words]
You Call ĎEm Faggots (Songs) You see a gay guy And you get so upset/ Whether or not He's approached you yet/ Now hereís the question That you ought to ask yourself/ Whatís inside your closet High up on the shelf [210 words]
You Do You (Songs) YOU DO YOU speaks to gays who have the need to flaunt their lifestyles. Straight people don't find the need to stand on soapboxes to talk about their sexual proclivities, why should gays? [190 words]
You Got A Sexy Walk (Songs) This song is based on an actual encounter that is best summerized by the following lines: You got a sexy walk/ Ya know what I mean/ Makes me wish that I Had sumthin in between/ Your super sexy thighs... [261 words]
You WoníT Waiver (Songs) You won't Waiver addresses George Bush's recalcitrance. [326 words]
Your Call Was Recorded (Songs) Your Call Was Recorded speaks about the advent of Big Brother. We are constantly under scrutiny. [237 words]
ÖOur NiggaíS Gone (Songs) ...Our Nigga's Gone chronicals the death of Nigga [581 words]
Prison IsníT (A Rite Of Passage)
Rapadamus

(Hook)
Bein locked up
Ainít an asset
And prison isnít (a right of passage)
Donít tell me where you been
Get yourself past it
Itís time to wake up
You stupid bastard

(1st Verse)
Iím gettin tired of hearing
Niggas talk about
How long they went in foí
Once they come out
And there ainít nothin
That I find more aggravatin
Than hearin bout cases
That they got waitin
Or when they'll walk out
Of the prison gate
Because they doin time
Somewhere upstate
Now I ainít mad at Ďem
Because of their plight
I just wish they wouldnít
Take so much delight

(Hook)
Bein locked up
Ainít an asset
And prison isnít (a right of passage)
Donít tell me where youíve been
You stupid bastard
Itís time to wake up
And get yoí ass past it

(2nd Verse)
I know some of yíall
Can relate
To doin time
Somewhere upstate
And you've engaged in
The idle chatter
Like the time you did
As if it mattered
And we can find
A true paradigm
Like a broken wrist-watch
That keeps losing time
I realize you may be
Keepin it real
Cos someone convinced you
Prison is the deal

(Hook)
Bein locked up
Ainít an ssset
And prison isnít (a right of passage)
Donít tell where youíve been
Get yourself past it
Itís time to wake up
You stupid bastard

(3rd Verse)
You run off the names
Like they finishing schools
But theyíre been erected
To house you fools
I donít fault a man
For making a living
If they've factored in
The time they'll be given
Especially if they get caught
And take a fall
For throwing bricks
At the penitentiary wall
What Iím tryin to say is
Get a grip
Before you wind up
Taking a bus trip

(Hook)
Bein locked up
Ainít an asset
And prison isnít (a right of passage)
Donít tell where youíve been
Get yourself past it
Itís time to wake up
You stupid bastard


(4th Verse)
Prison isn't
What it's cracked up To be
And if you been there
Iím sure youíll agree
You know what you did
While you were in
Sodomy's sodomy
And it's still a sin
See havin prison muscles
Donít make you a man
If you were tossin salad
Inside the slam
So if you ever been in
Let that be your secret
I donít wanna know
Why don't you keep it

(Hook)
Bein locked up
Ainít an asset
And prison isnít (a right of passage)
Donít tell me where youíve been
Get yourself past it
Itís time to wake up
You stupid bastard

(5th Verse)
How many baby daddies
Ainít around
Because of bad choices
Now theyíre on locked down
Waiting for commissary
And some cigarettes
That they use to barter
And pay their debts
Then history repeats itself
Know what I mean
And the child takes the same road
That his fatherís been
Itís an ongoing saga
That just doesn't end
You know what Iím talkin Ďbout
So donít pretend

(Hook)
Bein locked up
Ainít an asset
And prison isnít (a right of passage)
Donít tell me where youíve been
Get yourself past it
Itís time to wake up
You stupid bastard



      

 

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