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They said you died in the war that wasn't yours. They said you fought a fight you didn't start. They said you fought hard not to fight
You are not GOD yet you make brave decisions Bringing babies in this world when you ain't but a baby yourself Taking out your gun and killing other people's babies Threatening to put a cap in that ass
When you pass down the streets in Chicago, Cleveland, and Atlantic City, you see it in their eyes. They’re not yet sixteen, acting eighteen, Driving their moms up a wall when they don’t come home for supper.