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1987, at a 7-11,police out lookin' for problems
But I'm no average hoodlum
Still runnin from the pigs so it seems to me
This is not the land of love and liberty
It's more like a waiting room in hell
Drink a quart and watch me dwell


I got it right, out in the trenches tonight
I got it right, out in the trenches tonight
Glass towers rise above the filth and the pain
I'm a moral degenerate feel my pain
Passed out on a squat on a mission
That night I was shocked in to submission
Straight down, straight down to hell I head
System of sewers is where I lay my head
People on their way are like on a different dimension
I need no correction


I got it right, out in the trenches tonight
I got it right, out in the trenches tonight


Some of my friends moved on, a simple domestic life
They're all gone, only a few of us remain
Only a few of us want to keep it the same
Want to keep it the same


I got it right, out in the trenches tonight
I got it right, out in the trenches tonight


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    General Commentits about how tim is right about continuing to be a streetpunk or squatter.. but his freinds get housed up an shit. though i doubt its relevant to his life now...but he DOIES still hang out in the east bay and is stil connected to the scene there and he still show love for street kids...
    bluntpunkon October 06, 2009   Link

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