Treasure Island

black and blue rose


FOR GIVE ME MY FATHER


I HAVE SIN, I HAVE LIE, AND I DON'T KNOW
WHERE TO BEGIN
BECAUSE I HAVE ROBBED, I HAVE CHEATED
ON EVERYTHING WITH IN
AND NOW I READY TO CONFESS MY FATHER,
I BEEN BEATEN, I BEEN ATTACK,
TO THE POINT OF NEVER GOING BACK
UNTIL NOW, SO HERE I GO TRYINGTO EXPLAIN TO YOU SOMEHOW
SO BLESS ME FATHER FOR I HAVE SIN
IN A LIFE I GROWN CUSTOM TO,
SINCE MY MOTHER WENT ON HER OWN
COURSE LEAVING ME ALONE AND LOST
IN A CRUEL COLD WORLD WHERE NOTHING
MADE SENSE
WHEN YOUR A LITTLE GIRL,
SO MY FATHER TO SURIVE
I DONE THINGS TO KEEP ME ALIVE
SPECIALLY ON MY STREET CORNER
WHERE ANYTHING GOES
ALONG WITH THE BRUISES I GET
AND THE DARKENED EYES
WHICH BECOME NO SUPRISE
WHEN YOUR OUT SELLING YOUR SELF
TO THE STREET
WHERE ALL THE STRANGERS COME TO MEET
FLASING THERE CASH AND WANTING IT FAST
SO MY FATHER CAN YOU FORGIVE ME
FOR ALL THOSE SINS
AND LET ME BEGIN AGAIN FOR I HAVE CHANGE
AND LEFT THAT GAME AND BECAME
SOMEONE WITH A GOOD JOB
AND USING MY REAL NAME
SO MY FATHER WILL YOU FORGIVE ME
AND LET ME GO A NEW WOMEN WITH A CLEAN SOUL
AND ALOT OF SELF CONTROL

Submitted: Thursday, May 28, 2009
Edited: Thursday, May 28, 2009
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