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Old 09-03-2006, 07:23 PM   #1
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Sunday Dispatch #295

"I'm from the ghetto where kids don't play/From the land where they use slang you won't say/City of gangstas and brotherly love/City of hustlers and suffering thugs/But there's a sign of life in our youth/They look up to the things we do/Teach them to love and we can't lose/Help them to find the right path to choose/Every day there's a struggle here/Life's a crack house soaked in tears/Church a packed house conceived in fears/God's love reigns down on His children/And every day a life is thrown/When every day there's a life to gain/Christ accepts all sinners the same/Men and women just reaching for change/I'm from the ghetto from the gutter where it all goes down/And in the ghetto is where the Most High change me around/We've been praying and I think we see now we're gonna make it"

~from Liquid's "Ghetto," on his debut album Tales from the Badlands.

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