They never understood me, took my soul, a child of silly putty they did mold, a brother from the hood just put on hold, then wonder my @ss just don't feel whole... When I looked into the mirror back at me, an African the way that I should be, just wasn't the reflection I did see, while fighting with the world just to be free.... They put me in their schools to see the light, a world that they had painted to be white, then tell me as a black man to do right, not knowing deep inside I'm black as night. Emotions I could never really feel, except for all the pain I would conceal, and to the public I could not reveal, a heart that's made of gold that they might steal. As time would pass me by I learned to grow, and understood I'd reap just what I sow, the world was just a stage and I the show, free tickets out to all who want to know.... instead of getting older I got wise, I kept the fire burning deep inside, so all you ******** kiss between my thighs, cause now I'm riding on a natural high.... Your world of white supremacy is thru, and really there ain't much that you can do, just like you once ph*cked me I'm ph*ckin you, and verify that every word is true.... I'm speaking for my people one and all, the very ones you crippled standing tall, the ones that you decided that should fall, but resurrection is our final call.