Somebody's country, somebody's war
Nobody knows just what they're fighting for
Somebody's baby dressed in black
There's a war at home
But he ain't never coming back

Hey, I want justice

You know my baby can't walk the streets at night
Can't get no protection, you know that ain't right
I'm getting tired of paying for shit I never get
Somebody promised justice
But he ain't delivered yet

I've been patient, I've been trying
Can't watch my brothers and my sisters dying
Don't read the papers, don't watch the news
Don't want the government point of view

This is my country, this is my war
This time I know just what I'm fighting for
Until we get the streets back
We're prisoners you and I
I'll be here fighting 'till the day I die


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"Justice" as written by Steven Van Zandt

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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