She didn't need him
She couldn't feed him and his father gets drunk
And then he beats them
They're living in a run-down trailer park he
Slips out at night when it gets dark
He's just gotta get outta there
He's gotta get away
And he doesn't really care what you think - He needs another drink
'Cause tonight he's getting an arm full of ink
Cause he got a beatin' and he'll wear it on his skin
Tthey're more of a family
Than home has ever been
What the fuck'd you expect
Him to do
He had no choices
And you have no clue
What the fuck'd you expect him to do?
In a world full of hate it's nothing new
He found a feeling that he'd never have in the bottom of a spoon
He's moving forward cause there ain't no turning back
He gotta gat from a Cutler Ridge car jack
Now he's rolling down the avenue
Well what the fuck'd you expect him to do?
A nickel rock - A gun shot In a parking lot
Somebody dropped
Well what the fuck'd you expect him to do?
Get a job like you?
When all he ever knew
Was surving the streets of Goulds
We were close when we were kids
But he's gotta be hard 'cause thats the way he lives
Now he's locked in a cage so no one has to see him
He's easy to forget - society don't need him
So they had him locked away
But were the ones that pay
'Cause they're selling his image to kids everyday
Now he's locked in a cage so no one has to see him
He's easy to forget - society don't need him


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    General CommentThis song is soooo good, its really about how people who where abused or are different from other people becuase of abuse are mis-treated and often end up fucked up in the long run becuase of what there parents did, and the what the fuck'd u expect? is saying you expect him to be fucked up, but simply dont care hence the He's easy to forget - society don't need him lyric. Fucking Sweet Song
    ThE GlOWiNg?on August 29, 2002   Link

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