Paroles de F the world

Calvin Crabtree

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Lost mind broke heart am i a shell of a man? this was not my plan it was planed on me settup to fail but yet i rize above the flame on a
Quest for the fortun and fame no blame except for my self never relised it now im in the game tryinf to open people eyes not supprised they
Was hateing they knew id make it the lord set a path to relice me please belive me people they wanting to be or shit talking eather way im
Part of the sean names calvin crabtree but calle me fready cruger couse im the man of ya dreams not drifting allwse on point redy to ride
Just give me the signal takeing them out even if they busting from every direction keep the heat on me aint got to tell me im crazy i
Relize it when i drink alone and think back it gets me down dose it imbed more rage shit im wild from societys standers yet i look for abd
Ask but they have no ansures i guess i just become a man huh.
So who dont you just go ahead and dropp it im like no other when i come threw busting mide of a milatant leader gifted to spit so i preach
Who else gonna reach rap come and go lessons stay learned so im gonna stay down still balling still smileing can simulate chilling or
Rolling cant simulat it its real still im in the flesh posessed guided by spirets or thought from the top of his head eather way its the
Best no contest catch crabtree drinking that brew spitting that game stay doing his iwn thing commershal caricter buster is what half these
Fools is had to set it str8 in the beginnin they sed rap was a trend now the real mc lost im fin to fallow in they shadows so look for me
Im liveing the life all the ladys tell me i sound so nice on a come up can stope it you might herd this shit and it sound familure but its
Something new busting threw all ya crew sounding lame no true tallent all punch lines and trying to diss no one got it like this you swift
Footed go ahead and tire out i make the fire come out.

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