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Little Ghetto Boy
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My grandmother suits was tailor made, Sundays Mahalia played Simple familiar ways, like how she kneeled and prayed Wailin', master forgive us, our trust, pastors had us real afraid I never listened yet I still obeyed I got to see how Philly played at such an early age What my father was into sent him to his early grave Then moms started chasin that base, like Willie Mays My childhood was all of 40 nights and 40 days Trouble was my ball and chain, shorties would call me names Humble beginnings but a star is what it all became My journey from a dirty hallway, to the Hall of Fame Music my therapeutic way to cope with all this pain Was headed for the drain, soakin before the rainwater came And chaos, into the order came I started doin what I'm 'sposed to do in life Tryin to move out of the dark, and closer to the light They say if you get a chance to do it, overdo it right Tomorrow isn't promised every time, you say goodnight Knahmtalkinabout? Uhh, yo Story of a little ghetto boy, check it out Yeah yeahhh Little ghetto boy, ohhh Playin in the ghetto street, ay-ayyyy! What'chu gonna do when you grow up And have to face responsibility? Yeah yeahhh Will you spend your days and nights in a pool room? Will you sell caps of madness, to the neighborhood Little ghetto boy You already know, how rough life could be Hard to see, so much pain and misery

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