LyricsMother I Sober (feat. Beth…


I’m sensitive, I feel everything, I feel everyone A man standing on two words, heal everyone Transformation, then reciprocity, karma must return

Heal me, secrets I hide, buried in these words Death threats, ego must die, but I let it purge Pacifier broken, pieces of me, everything was blurry Mother cried, put hands on her, It was family ties I Heard it all, I should have taken a gun, but I was only five I still feel a weight on my heart, my first hard decision In the shadows clinging to my soul as my only critic Where is my faith? I told you I was a Christian, but not today, I transformed myself, praying to the trees, God taking shape My mother’s mother followed me for years in her afterlife Looking at me inside back of some bus I wake up at night I loved it dearly I traded my tears for a Range Rover transformation you didn’t feel no heartbreak until you felt it sober I wish I was someone ‘a Anyone but me Ooh, I wish I was anyone Anyone but me I remember looking in the mirror knowing ′ I was gifted Only child, me for seven years, everything for Christmas Family ties, they accused my cousin “Did he touch you Kendrick?” I never lied, but no one believed me when I said “He didn’t” Moments frozen, still hanging Hard to trust me, I started rhyming mechanisms ′ Boyfriend ′ to pick myself up I spoke to my lawyer, told me not to be so hard on myself He has an aura that I hope to achieve If I find help, congratulations, I returned it famous Yet I feel uneasy, I look at the water, I live my life in the wild The only thing that brings me relief The spirit guide whispers in my ear tell me she sees me “Is it that he touched you?” I said “No” again they still didn’t believe me My mother’s brother said he took revenge on my mother’s face Black and blue, the picture of my queen I can’t not erase ′ Until that day I can’t look her in the eye Pain in the eyes takes over Blaming me, you never felt guilt until you felt it sober I wish I was somebody One Anyone but me Ooh, I wish I was someone Anyone but me I’ve never been stoned, I’ve never been drunk, I need control They gave me the smoke, but I still refused I made it sober, sat with myself I went through all the emotions, no dependents Except this one, let me bring you closer, in state of drunk There is a lustful nature that I didn’t mention the insecurities I project, sleeping with other women. Whitney is hurt, the pure soul that I know, I found her in the kitchen. Broke me, she looked me in the eyes “Is there an addiction?” I said “No”, but this time I lied I knew I couldn’t fix it, pure soul, even in her pain Know that she cared for me, gave me a number Said that ‘she recommended therapy I asked my mom why she did it ′don’t believe me when I told her “No” I never knew she was raped in Chicago, I’m sympathetic Told me she was worried it would happen to me, for my protection Although it never happened, she wouldn’t agree Now I’m affected, twenty years later the trauma resurfaced Amplified as I write this song I shiver because I’m nervous I was five years old, questioning myself, ‘alone for many years at home, seven years on tour, chasing manhood But Whitney’s gone the time you hear this song she did everything she could All these women gave me superpowers what i thought i was missing I p laugh so that our children don’t inherit me and my feelings I attract a conversation, not to be approached in black families Devastation haunts generations and humanity They raped our mothers, then they raped our sisters Then they made us watch, then made us rape Psychotic torture between our lives, we are not recovered Still living as victims in the public eye who pledge allegiance All the other brothers were compromised I know the secrets, all the other sexually abused rappers I see them daily chiseling the pain of chains and tattoos So listen carefully before you start to pass judgment on the way we move Learn how we do, every time his uncle had to walk him home from school school misogyny It’s post-traumatic black families and sodomy, today is still active So I freed myself from all the guilt I can I don’t know I did So I freed my mother from all the hurt she called shame So I freed my cousin, chaotic for my mother’s pain I hope Hykeem made you proud, because you don’t didn’t die in vain So I released the power of Whitney, may she heal us all So I released our children, may good karma keep them with God So I release hearts filled with hate, keep our Sacred Bodies As I release all abusers, this is transformation I wish I was someone Anyone but me Ooh, I wish I was someone Anyone but me You did it, I’m proud of you You broke a generational curse Say “Thank you dad” Thank you dad, thank you mom, thank you brother Mr. Morale Before I fall deep into sleep Love me for me I lay my soul bare and now we are free

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