Manchester, New Hampshire. Shove that warrant up your ass
New haven, Connecticut. Shove that warrant up your ass
Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Shove that warrant up your ass
Memphis, Tennessee. Shove that warrant up your ass
Shove that warrant up your ass
Catch me if you can and kiss my ass
Shove that warrant up your ass
I've done my time in jails and prison too
Emergency rooms are nothing new
I've been picked apart by a shrink or two
But nothing you can do can my point of view
So shove that warrant up your ass
Catch me if you can and kiss my ass
Shove that warrant up your ass
Dalton, Georgia. Shove that warrant up your ass
Orlando, Florida. Shove that warrant up your ass
Austin, Texas. Shove that warrant up your ass
California_ Shove that warrant up your ass
Shove that warrant up your ass
Catch me if you can and kiss my ass
Shove that warrant up your ass
San Diego, Santa Barbara, New Jersey, Chicago.
Shove that warrant up your ass
You say I broke the laws in your state
Who cares about your boring laws anyway
Your detention homes should all be burned
Your courts blown up and policeman hung
So shove that warrant up your ass
I've already done three fucking years in Michigan,
You cunts


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    Wow, a song documenting all of the warrants that were out for GG at any given time, how did he get away with it all so easily?

    RagingLunatixon March 19, 2006   Link
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    He didn't really get away with it, he was constantly in jail, and did a stint of a few years for rape and assault at one point.

    Then he died.

    tristan_son April 23, 2008   Link
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    but he didn't rape her they fucked then she changed her story.

    elliott666on March 21, 2009   Link

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