i got bruises that never stop bleeding too many trials that judge how i intercede my spirituality one day im pleading the 5th the next im drinking it one minute im excited to excel then turn around letting myself down how can i be so hard on myself now when will the pressure stop im flattend out drinking takes away my mind poppin pills help ease the pain cuz im addicted to wanting to be saine.
call my momma on the hardest days and hide my pain in complaining ask her will she pray cuz im too G to cray if there' any angels in the sky just forget me and keep my family right
not one to beg and borrow my life a simple thought i just want the best for others and be thankful for what i got
depression on some real shit sweat dripping to my fingertips work got me going on another tip can i just
Lifestyles of The Lit & Shameless EP by Shaun ESKO
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