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race card

everybody's got to get their fix
and kicks in
a hung jury
at the court of public opinion
you're that "one in a million"
you're the villain
you're the one out there killin'
I'm just chillin'
seeking impossible feats
only possible in the world of possibility
such as true equality
liberty
what do you really know about me?
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Submitted on October 15, 2013

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I was borne in the soul of misery and I never had me a name... they just gave me a number when I was young... ***BANNED IN A HUNDRED THOUSAND COUNTRIES*** more…

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