"Ghetto Tested" as written by and John Ralston....
I've got a better idea
You can take my car
I've got no use for it now
And it won't get you very far

If it starts breaking down, leave it where it lies
Let it collect orange stickers and fines
They've got no way to know it's mine
They've got no way to know it once was mine

Well, I want no part of this
Don't want your sympathy, I want new circuitry
I need the symphony out of my head
Want you to have it instead for free

Jesse, leave me alone, it was just a scratch
It was just a piece of falling debris
I guess I could've ducked my head
I could've listened to you when you said

That I want no part of this
Don't want your sympathy, I want new circuitry
I need an infantry to get the symphony out of my head
Want you to have it instead for free

Believe me when I tell you that everything is good
I'm not going anywhere 'cause I live in such a nice neighborhood
I live in such a nice neighborhood
I live in such a nice neighborhood, I

I want no part of this
Don't want your sympathy, I want new circuitry
I need an infantry to get the symphony out of my head
Want you to have it instead

I'm ghetto tested
I'm ghetto tested
I'm ghetto tested
I'm ghetto



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"Ghetto Tested" as written by John Ralston

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