"Streetlife" as written by William Frederick Kennard, Saul Gregory Milton and Takura Tendayi....
This is the story of a streetlife
Story of a streetlife
Story of a streetlife
Story of a streetlife

If you not understand my ghetto, you should have never come around
It seems like every single day, there's something bringing me down
Now there's a war in the streets, the guns blaze all the time
If you're a real bad man, then you'll never back down

If you not understand my ghetto, you should have never come around
It seems like every single day, there's something bringing me down
Now there's a war in the streets, the guns blaze all the time
If you're a real bad man, then you'll never back down

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If you not understand my ghetto, you should have never come around
(Story of a streetlife)
It seems like every single day, there's something bringing me down
(Story of a streetlife)
Now there's a war in the streets, the guns blaze all the time
(Story of a streetlife)
If you're a real bad man, then you'll never back down
(Story of a streetlife)

If you not understand my ghetto, you should have never come around
It seems like every single day, there's something bringing me down
Now there's a war in the streets, the guns blaze all the time
If you're a real bad man, then you'll never back down

Story of a streetlife
Story of a streetlife
Story of a streetlife

If you not understand my ghetto, you should have never come around
(Story of a streetlife)
It seems like every single day, there's something bringing me down
(Story of a streetlife)
Now there's a war in the streets, the guns blaze all the time
(Story of a streetlife)
If you're a real bad man, then you'll never back down


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"Streetlife" as written by Saul Gregory Milton William Frederick Kennard

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