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Freestyle Essay

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Grew up a trife life, the times of white lines and hot pipes murderous nighttimes the knife fights that fight crimescheck the prognosis, lifes a real drug deal showbiz my window faces shoutout's, drug overdoses live amongst the roses, only the dramma my medicine is the ganja. Here's my basics my phist embraces many faces, people's are petrol dramatic automatic fo fo i let blow and back down po po when am i next yo?""whether im in a six cab or montero jeep i keep callin the beatz got me falling asleep i keep fallin but never fallin six feet deep im stuck and i need to fuck!I love you don't ever fuckin question that,thats probably why we'll never get along,if i was better at finding ...view middle of the document...

What about billy he was a bass player that played in bands, he was just a normal guy until he died why does it all have to end with a sudden burst of suicide, why I cryed askin my self why for nights and night never getting the answer telling me why well I should die if they did cuz I haven't done nothing more then them. But what drove them to put that trigger to their chin what I never felt so remorse in my entire life I just wanted to know why so I would know what do so I wouldn't die! But I think I found out why and I just hope ill stay alive!..please god don't put me in my grave

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