"they’ve come to tell me that hell is at my door,
how nice of them to want me a whole lot time before.
I’ve got the rest of my life til judgment day is due.
i’m stuck at the time I bet you got better things to do
I was not raised the way you were
and yes I’m glad I was born this way
get outta my face deal with it like I have,
deal with it like I have,
I am not a soldier I am just an average man
living out my life the best way that I can
I’m not reporting for duty I’m not recruiting myself
joining forces that don’t want me
unless they need my help yea unless they need my help yea
general I am quit capable my strength is my proof
are you afraid I’ll try to sleep every soldier in my troop
are you afraid I’ll be the hero that you are looking for
and you’d have to thank my faggot ass
for winning you your fucking war.
I was not a raised the way you were
and yes I’m glad I was born this way get outta my face
and deal with it like I have yea
they say family values are under attack and
I agree every time I see a gay kid kicked out on his back,
how can parents be so cruel throw you out with no remorse
if that was me I say if that was me I’d say
I was not raised the way you were and yes I’m glad
I was born this way sorry I’m gay
deal with it like I have deal with it like I like I have"


Lyrics submitted by dodgeroliver

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