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to the playground
Children to the playground
You make me smile

There's some kind of light at the end
Stoned, forgetful, and then
I'm drinking what used to be
from cold night,in the morning.
'Tis the morning of my life.

In the daytime I will meet you as before.
You will find me waiting by the ocean floor,
there upon the shelf.
Oh, I read it in the tabloids.
You know Madonna used to be a boy.
I saw it in the tabloids
Right next to a cure for hemorrhoids.
I once knew a girl by the name of Monique
She was my childhood sweetheart every day of the week
Whether PS46, or 151
After school I'd go to her
Before the teacher took it I read what she wrote

Do you love me do you want to be my friend
And if you do
Well then don't be afraid to take me by the hand
Liberty
Because as soon as this ferry boat docks
I'm headed to the church
To play Bingo
Fleece me with the gamblers' flocks

I can keep my cool
It's not my nature
To be nostalgic at all
I sat by the phone last night
Waiting for you to call
It's been decades since I spoke to you
I just
I walk the lonely streets
I watch the people passing by
I used to smile and say hello
Guess I was just a happy guy
Then you happened,girl, this
and fine. 
And now as I try to forget you
It doesn't work out any way. 
I loved you such a long time ago
But in my eyes you'll always be. 

Every single
her bitch, caught a case, caught a slug in my back 
But I adapted quickly, suckers tried to get me 
Now the fools better run cause this just drive-by
I walk the lonely streets
I watch the people passing by
I used to smile and say hello
Yes, I was just a happy guy

Then you happened, girl
This
as I try to forget you...it doesn't work out any way.
I loved you such a long time ago...but in my eyes you'll always be.
Every single word you
running back to this town and I'll be there, yeah I'll be there 

Cause I remember how we drank time together
And how you used to say that the stars are
and how I feel.
Don't recognize who I see in the morning.
Used to be so clear.
And now I'm waking up to strangers with their shadows on my face.
So
in 1991, just a happy child
Playing beneath the summer sun
A vacant lost his playground, by 12 he's got a gun
The odds are bet against him, junior
Born into the ghetto, 1991
Just a happy child playin' beneath the summer sun
A vacant lot's his playground
By 12 he's got a gun
The odds are bet
Forced to be a killer, but I can still remember

I remember (I remember) ohhhhhhh
When we used to play
Domino, on the porch
But now they drive-by
Forced to be a killer, but I can still remember

I remember (I remember) ohhhhhhh
When we used to play
Domino, on the porch
But now they drive-by
From: Subversion (Appolyon Version), This Quiet Earth, Subversion (US Version) & Secrets Within

by Chris McCarter & Dino Molinaro
every single day
I can't believe I heard you say
I will be waiting, every single day to be in your arms
I will be waiting, waiting by the phone
How
will listen, please
I am an old cow puncher and here I'm dressed in rags
I used to be a tough one and go on great big jags

Once I had a home, boys,
los laureles.

This ranchera is a standard for all
Mariachis and dates back to the 1920's
Or 1930's. It is supposed to have been
Written by Consuelo
here to teach the principle
Cause I've been saved by mo' bells than Lark Vorhees

Man fuck that nigga 'Cris man, for real man.
I'm tired of this shit
wait

Is this thing going to kill me
And tear my soul apart
If not, it never will be
The one to break my heart open

You're really something good,
It’s not the same now
We done came ’round
And turned this music shit into another playground
And they some babies like Huey
Bars like a chewy