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I live on the west side, by the county reservoir
And she lives down on depot street, behind the city hall
Behind the city hall

Her father's name
Yankee hearted
When the Spanish War was started
He slipped upon his uniform
And hopped up on a pony
My mother's mother was a Yankee true
My father's
the gallery
A ghost from the civil war in the family
He stood his ground on the picket line
`Til all that he was left with
Were his father`s cough
And his
We shall live forever in the hall of All-Father.
For the blood that we've shed, and the fury and fire.

In Valhalla

My friends, I am honored to have
the second of the dead
Jesus spit on god
Swor to fight the heaven
With sadistic war

"Oh my father whitch you live in hell
Hallowed be thy name
Come to take my
Chorus
It is real, as real as it seem
Don't you live on illusion
And don't you ever try to live a dream
I sing...

Buju say how could you rise
would her son grow to know his father?

I don't want to to wait for our lives to be over
I want to know right now what will it be
I don't want to wait
My father is a doctor, he's a familiy man
My mother works for charity whenever she can
They're both good clean Americans who abide by the law
They
and you hear them crying
Can you practice what you preach
Or would you turn the other cheek
Father father father help us
Send some guidance from above
These
The old man scoffed as he spoke to me
I'll tell you a thing or two

I missed the fourteen-eighteen war
But not the sorrow afterwards
With my father
would her son grow to know his father?

I don't want to to wait for our lives to be over
I want to know right now what will it be
I don't want to wait
[D. Turner]
The door opened, in walked my brother
Terrified, teary-eyed, I'm wide open
Only to hear our father died
It's not true, I'm hopin'
I need
And the war he saw 
Lives inside him still 
It's so hard to be gentle and warm 
The years passed by and now 
He has a granddaughter 

I don't want to wait
the grave don't shy away from the light
'Cause I won't waste my days
I will use my time
My time
My time

Dear father
I know I have been away for far too long
of a matter

Father always told me 'bout men and mice,
Bein' not afraid to take chances
Well, he said enough 'cause by the time he got iced
I was on my way
I'm still hearin' my mother's cries, nigga

No father figures make harder niggaz
Through the years, went to war with niggaz
From what I saw in
struggle through our lives
Though the generations wander
The lineage survives
And all of us
From dust to dust
We all become forefathers
By and by
the air
Things have changed, there's war at hand, but I'm too young to care
My home is a paradise, a jewel in the east
My family, they have seen
And the war he saw 
Lives inside him still 
It's so hard to be gentle and warm 
The years passed by and now 
He has a granddaughter 

I don't want to wait
And the war he saw 
Lives inside him still 
It's so hard to be gentle and warm 
The years passed by and now 
He has a granddaughter 

I don't want to wait
And the war he saw 
Lives inside him still 
It's so hard to be gentle and warm 
The years passed by and now 
He has a granddaughter 

I don't want to wait
Brother we stick together we fall apart.
While we haunt these hollow halls. Inside her fathers residence.
When empty heads fill crowded rooms,
I
As brothers, we ride together.
Our horses pummeled by the wind.
My deeds shall honor my father.
My legend will strengthen my kin.

With the Gods
say that they could decide 
Who will live and who will die ?
All my mama ever did 
Was try to take care of her kids
When innocence is standing by
people dyin'
Children hurt and you hear them cryin'
Can you practice what you preach
And would you turn the other cheek

Father, Father, Father help