A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 0-9
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When I was in the third grade
I thought that I was gay
'Cause I could draw, my uncle was
And I kept my room straight
I told my mom
Tears rushing down my face
She's like, Ben you've girls since before pre-K
Tripping
Yeah, I guess she had a point, didn't she
A of stereotypes all in my head
I remember doing the math like, yeah
I'm good at little league
A pre-conceived idea of what it all meant
For those that like the sex
Had the characteristics
The right-wing conservatives
it's a decision
And you can be cured
With some treatment and religion
Man-made, rewiring of a pre-disposition
God

Oh no, here we go
America the brave
fears what we don't know
And God loves all his children
It's somehow forgotten
But we paraphrase a book written
five hundred years ago
I don't know
And I can't change
...
Even if I tried
Even if I to
And I can't change
Even if I tried
Even if I wanted to
My love, my love, my love
She me warm
She keeps me warm
She keeps me warm
She keeps me warm

If I was gay
I would think hip-hop hates me
Have you read the YouTube lately
Man that's gay
Gets dropped on the daily
We've become so numb to what we're saying
Our culture founded from oppression
Yet we don't have acceptance for them
each other faggots
Behind the keys of a message board
A word rooted in hate
Yet our genre still it
Gay is synonymous with the lesser

It's the same hate that's caused wars from religion
Gender to skin color
A complexion of your pigment
The same fight that led people to walk-outs and sit-ins
There's human for everybody
There is no difference
on
And be yourself
When I was in they taught me something else
If you preach hate at the service
Those words aren't anointed
And that Holy Water
That you soak in is then poisoned
When everyone else is more comfortable
Remaining voiceless rather fighting for humans
That have had their rights stolen
I might not be the same
But that's not important
No freedom till we're equal
Damn right I support it

I don't know

And I can't change
if I tried
Even if I wanted to
My love, my love, my love
She me warm
She keeps me warm
She keeps me warm
She keeps me warm

We press play
Don't press pause
Progress, march on
a veil over our eyes
We turn our back on the cause
Till the day that my uncles can be united by law
Kids are walking around the hallway
Plagued by pain in their heart
A world so hateful
Some would rather die than be who they are
And a certificate on paper
Isn't gonna solve it all
But it's a damn good place to start

No law's gonna change us
We have to us
Whatever god you believe in
We come from the same one
away the fear
Underneath it's all the same love
About that we raised up
And I can't change

Even if I tried
Even if I wanted to
And I can't change
Even if I tried
Even if I wanted to
My love, my love, my love
She keeps me warm
She keeps me warm
She keeps me warm
She me warm

is patient, love is kind
Love is patient, love is kind
Love is patient (not crying on Sundays)
Love is kind (not crying on Sundays)
Love is patient (not crying on Sundays)
Love is kind (not crying on Sundays)
Love is patient (not crying on Sundays)
Love is kind (not crying on Sundays)
Love is patient (not crying on Sundays)
is kind (not crying on Sundays)

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