"Slow Motion (1995 Demo)" as written by and Stephan Jenkins....
Miss Jones taught me English
But I think I just shot her son
Cause he owed me money
With a bullet in the chest you cannot run
Now he's bleeding in a vacant lot
The one in the summer where we used to smoke pot
I guess I didn't mean it but man you should've seen it
His flesh explode
Slow motion see me let go
We tend to die young
Slow motion see me let go
What a brother knows
Slow motion see me let go
Now the cops will get me
But girl if you would let me
I'll take your pants off
I got a little bit of blow we could both get off
Later bathing in the afterglow
Two lines of Coke I cut with Draino
An her nose starts to bleed
A most beautiful ruby red
Slow motion see me let go
We'll remember these days
Slow motion see me let go
Urban life decays
Slow motion see me let go
And at home
My sister's eating paint chips again
Maybe that's why she's insane
I shut the door to her moaning
And I shoot smack in my veins
Wouldn't you?
See my neighbor's beating his wife
Because he hates his life
There's an arc to his fist as he swings
Oh man, what a beautiful thing
And death slides close to me
Won't grow old to be
A junkie wine-o creep
Hollywood glamorized my wrath
I'm the young urban psychopath
I incite murder
For your entertainment
'Cause I needed the money
What's your excuse?
The jokes on you
Slow motion see me let go
Slow motion see me let go
Slow motion see me let go

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"Slow Motion" as written by Stephan Jenkins

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    General CommentWhat was the "different cultural meaning"?
    sunnysennyon July 23, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI enjoy that he took the line 'in the ghetto' out of the chorus. It gives the song a bit more mysterious appeal. In 1995, 'ghetto' held a different cultural meaning than when the song was released in 2000, giving us a slightly different meaning than what was originally intended. Plus 'see me let go' has a smoother flow than 'in the ghetto', consonantly speaking.
    Fenix85182on April 15, 2007   Link

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