"Confessions" as written by and Jermaine/raymond Dupri....

Father, I confess for doing
I had a brain, but life had to ruin it
Dissinfected, Disected, Don't Respect It
When you put me in a cage full of animals
Savages and cold blooded canibals
I can't help but come but abouts me
try to run but they found me, surround me
Then they choke ya, and provoke ya
try to smoke ya, turn you into a joka
I tried to rub it off, but its all I know
the only thing I ever knew, so what to do
look at you, a bigot till your growin old
your growin mold, with a soul that's freezin cold
so I confess, but even if I'm all wrong
I'll be down with the clown till I'm dead and gone


I confess, this lady had a purse, so I took it
I took it home, opened it, I shook it
she had papers, lipstick and nail polish
credit cards and about 27 dollars
I bought a 5th, drank it and laid there
it seemed like, I could see the purse everywhere
on the light post, by this mail box
I tried to run from it, I ran a couple blocks
but there it was, on the side walk, waitin for me
it tried to lure me to it, I had to fuckin' do it
I picked it up, and stuck my fuckin' hand in it
it was full of rats, and they fuckin' bit it off
father I confess, I'm a criminal
but my worlds too subliminal around me
look at them, all the wicked masses
that's why I'm down with the clown till I'm ashes


Its like a circus, a wicked carnival
Everybodys got a tickit, they're lookin
For the freaks, to point and gawk at
Look at yourself, the jokes on you jack

(Repeats Until Song Ends)

Lyrics submitted by MyAntiDrugIsSuicide

"Confessions" as written by Usher Raymond Jermaine Dupri

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    General Commentthis track is on Forgotten Freshness Vol.3 but was first on The Pendulum comic book as a free cd single
    th1rt3enon May 21, 2006   Link

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