It was 1988, near time for my first fix. Everybody seemed to want to get some. What I left on that fourth grade floor I can't get back no more. That's when it all just headed down hill. I was a half-brained thorn in the side of the word, and a full-fledged fucking disaster. It was 1989, entered the world of crime. Banned from Woolworth's for all time. Come 1991, put on my shoes and run. I ain't seen the inside of my house since. Now, 2002, just me and Kobaroo. Still fucking up, but not like I used to. What I left on that fourth grade floor I can't get back no more. That's when it all just headed down hill.


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