Some people tell me that i need help
Some people can fuck off and go to hell
God dam why they criticise me
Now shit is on the rise and my family despise me
Fuck em and feed em cuz i don't need em
I won't join em if i can beat em
They don't understand my logic
To my gat, to my money, and i'm hook on chronic.
I never wanted to hurt a nigga
Unless you come flexin that trigger
I'll dig ya that grave on the east side of town
Now your six feet under ground
From man to the dust to the ashes
All i remember tell me where the cash is !
Click clack barrel at my dome
Give all your loot or you ain't going home
But i ain't going out on a bang
Wa dada dang wa dada da dang

I'm havin illusions all this confusion's
Driving me mad inside.
I'm havin illusions all this confusion's
Fuckin me up in the mind.

Mother fuckas be driving me up the walls
Hoping that i fall but they can lick my balls
Straight jacket strap it
In the padded room where some punk niggas can't hack it
Disstracted from all reality now i'm let out
On a minor teqnicality ..... they all fucked up now
Cuz they let a ligga back on the street some how
I'm lookin for some one like me
Livin in my mwn world to my own degree
On the loose in the city lookin at the ho with the titties
Lookin at me and i feel shitty
A lil tensed up getting hot
Cuz she looks like my girl who got smoked at the crack spot
I'm tryin to find ways to cope
But i ain't fuckin around with a gage or a rope.

I'm havin illusions all this confusion's
Driving me mad inside.
I'm havin illusions all this confusion's
Fuckin me up in the mind.

Lyrics submitted by 3ssence

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    a portrait of post traumatic stress disorder. wars arent its only cause.

    bigwillon June 24, 2006   Link
  • +1
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    My interpretation of this song is that he is struggling with his inner demons. Trying to find the right path between good and evil, right and wrong. Another interpretation is that hes having nightmares of past memories and reliving them and trying to figure out what he could have done differently.

    Veronicaxoxoon September 08, 2010   Link
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    ok only one comment? anyways bad ass song.. fuck em all!

    whootwhooton April 03, 2008   Link
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    dynomite tuuune. :)

    jimmychangaon May 24, 2008   Link

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