She said, she said, forget the fact that I am that I don’t look like you, she said, she said your possessed with a power bigger than the pain. Times stops, but the whispers blare, the voices drop, yeah but the eyes still stare. The world resolves, into a death head grin, cause I walk with pride with a black girlfriend. My mom said not to bring her round, cause she’s black, my family would put her down. I break, the white trash ties that bind, trade a love so pure for a hate so blind. She said, she said, forget the fact that I am leaving you, she said, your possessed with a power bigger than the pain. Time stops with my life so close, in my room where we share what no one know, from the day that we start till the day that we end, I know, I know, I know now, we will never find the place where we could just fit in, me and my black girlfriend, yeah, she said, she said, fend for yourself your alone, she said, she said, your possessed with a power, bigger than the pain, a power bigger than the pain, a power bigger than the pain, heartspark dollarsign, heartspark dollarsign


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