6 abr. 2011

April 26, 1992, there was a riot on the streets tell me where were you?
You were sittin' home watchin' your T.V, well, I was participatin' in some anarchy. The first spot we hit it was my liqour store, I finally got all that alcohol I can't afford, with red lights flashing time to retire and then we turned that liqour store in to a structure fire. The next stop we hit it was the music shop, it only took one brick to make that window drop. Finally we got our own P.A, where do you think I got this guitar that your hearin' today?
Homicides, never doin' no time
When we returned to the pad to unload everything it dawned on me that I need new home furnishings, so once again we filled the van until it was full, since that day my living room's been much more comfortable.
'Cause everybody in the 'hood's had it up to here, It's getting harder and harder and harder each and every year.
Some kids went in the store with their mother, I saw her when she came out she was gettin' some pampers.
They said it was for the black man, they said it was for the Mexican, and not for the white man but if you look on the streets it wasn't about Rodney King in this fucked up situation and these fucked up police.
It's about comin' up and stayin' on top and screemin' 187 on a muther fuckin' cop, it's not in the papers, it's on the wall, National Guard smoke from all around
Long as I'm alive I'm alive illegal
Let it burn wanna let it burn wanna let it burn, wanna wanna let it burn
Don't kill it save it
Riots on the streets on Miami, riots on the streets of Chicago, on the streets of Long Beach and San Francisco, Riots on the streets of Kansas City, Tuscamusa Alabama, Cleveland Ohio, Fountain Valley, Bear Mountain, Victorvill, Eugene Oregon, Winamuca Nevada, Phoenix Arizona, San Diego
Lakewood Florida, Fuckin' 29 palms...
Let it burn.

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