"Junkie Song" as written by and Frazey Obadiah Ford....
Took a walk in my neighborhood
Two in the morning
By the Skytrain Station

The streets were full of junkies and homeless
And they all wanted something
They all wanted something

And what am I supposed to do?
There are too many of you
Too many of you

Yeah, sometimes look you in the eye
Say that, "I too am human, I could easily be here"

Although we all hover between apathy and compassion
We fill up all our days with so much distraction
What makes it easier and to see what we don't want to

But we all live here
We all live here
We all live, don't we?

Took a walk in my neighborhood
Two in the morning
By the Skytrain Station

The streets were full of junkies and homeless
And they all wanted something
They all wanted something

And what am I supposed to do?
There are too many of you
Too many of you

Yeah, sometimes look you in the eye
Say that, "I too am human, I could easily be
I could be easily be, I could easily be"



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"Junkie Song" as written by Frazey Obadiah Ford

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    General CommentThis song is incredible. It's about feeling helpless for the people with less in life but feeling still just the same as them. Beautiful song.
    ikefoxon October 28, 2006   Link
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    General CommentShe's singing about the junkies and homeless people just outside the Broadway Skytrain station at Broadway and Commercial Drive.
    pollyannaon December 24, 2007   Link
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    General CommentShe's singing about the junkies and homeless people just outside the Broadway Skytrain station at Broadway and Commercial Drive.
    pollyannaon December 24, 2007   Link

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