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| Saturday, March 2, 2013 |


And I can't let it go.

[Verse One: Charles Hamilton]
All my idols are a puddle.
My rivals are in rubble.
Why am I in trouble?
Dying for rebuttals.
Crying like I love you.
Night is when I snuff you.
Signs of what can crush the minus sign above the struggle.
Silent when I cuddle.
Private with my stubble.
Higher than the mud you Nolan Ryan'd in the scuffle.
Timing when I hug you, so I'm lying when I fuck you.
Trying to be other than the guy who wants to fuck you.
Heart behind the jersey.
Scarred behind the Mercy.
Card me, I ain't worthy.
Hard to find who hurt me.
Are you trying to murk me?
Hard replies and Hershey.
Started trying to die but then I saw the line was dirty.
Jaw defines the curb when we walk to find the dog who birthed me.
Y'all can find me hurting in the dark till I am thirty.
Growing as a man in a planet of them.
Them are women, so to them I'm just him.

I can't stand Him.
It's Him again.
But I am Him.
The then again.
I know you don't want to answer your phone.
But I'm coming up under this blanket.

[Verse Two: Charles Hamilton]
Rated with an X, praying for some sex.
Praying to execs, laying for a check.
Maybe I am blessed.
Make me sign my death
Wish and certificate when I say why I am stressed
Labels put a head so my day to day
Of finding records saying what I display
When I wake up in a sweat.
Crazy as it gets, babies sending texts.
I say to them, "I guess."
They make it even less hatred in my flesh.
Raped and given neck.
Make it such a mess.
Greater than the rest.
A Laker with a tech.
Rafer with the best.
Favors for the West.
Naked with the refs.
Nader with the message.
Fader with the Rep.
Ladies getting wet.
Awake because of death.
Growing as a man in a planet of them.
Them are women, so to them I'm just Him.


[Bridge x2]
One minute I'm fine and at one-minute-and-one I feel nothing.
Why must this continue.
Why come back and let you know
How it feels to be Mr. I Told You So.


Shoutout to Rap Genius, finally someone else is writing these lyrics-K.M


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