(The increase in gun-related crimes in Toronto is alarming, the proliferation of gun-culture has affected the lives of many second generation Canadians. Their blood stains our streets. Guns do NOT make men. They strip you of your freedom and enslave you with the pain they cause. Do not get trapped in the game.)

"This song is about a man and his gun. This song is about a man who gave his love to his gun, who lived for his gun, who cried for his gun. Check it out"

I had my pride, had a head full of doubts and my 9.
Said, I'm so tired of being held down because of this pigment of mine.
So I rolled into the Corner store and pulled out my blade, Sri Lanka's tears will pay for the reckless sins that he has made.
Sweaty palms. Beating hearts, a lifetime of choices I have made, Never said that I was righteous, never said that I was saved. My only way to kill contrition is to make sure I'm getting paid. Gonna pull the trigger of this gun, and hear his children say.

*Now he's gone... now he's gone*

Baby don't worry,
I'll be back dear,
Back where I remember,
Gotta do my time.

Momma don't worry,
I ain't got fear,
I'm only bleeding,
I'll be fine

You never will be as hard as me.


Lyrics submitted by ThatCarpiGuy

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