Don't Judge Me

Album: single release only (2021)
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  • Don't judge me
    Don't judge me
    I know that shit fuckery
    I was broke and I loved myself
    Nobody ain't loved me

    Don't judge me, take care of me
    Don't judge me, take care of my heart
    Don't judge me, be there for me
    Don't judge me, just hold me in your arms

    Don't judge me, take care of me
    Hold me in your arms
    Don't judge me, be there for me
    Hold me in your arms

    Don't judge me
    Hold me in your arms say, we'll make it through (don't judge me)
    I've got a precious one above for you (I know that shit fuckery)
    Say that you're praying for me every day (nobody ain't loved me)
    I'll send the precious God above your way

    Don't judge me
    Don't judge me
    I know that shit fuckery
    Judge me
    Don't judge me
    I'll send the precious God above your way

    You know what being black, being from the hood and 17 is powerless
    The only change is when you get yourself a heater
    I don't know why me and them op'ers started beefin'
    But I blame me or the Willie Lynch theory
    Born in the gutter, no it weren't my choice to be here
    Funny how both my parents done their most to be here
    We can walk free, but are we really walking free here?
    How can this be home when I feel I wanna flee here?
    I can't trust the police force and I can't trust the media
    Learn more about my people from the streets than from my teachers
    There's been a million speeches
    No justice, no peace
    But we in pieces
    Officer, am I allowed to breathe here?
    I didn't choose to be me, so why discriminate me?
    Paranoia got the gang, the rolled up with it lately
    Feeling like they're gonna run up in my crib and take me
    Rest in peace Mark, you're forever in our prayers
    No more betrayal, we need permanent changes
    So we can move forward without turning back pages
    No more feelin' like strangers in this world that we live in
    Lord forgive them
    No more betrayal, we need permanent changes
    So we can move forward without turning back pages
    Let them all know that it's wrong being racist
    Help us feel proud when we look at our faces

    I'll send the precious god above your way (don't judge me)
    I'll send the precious god above your way (don't judge me)
    I'll send the precious god above your way (don't judge me, don't judge me)
    I'll send the precious god above your way

    I used to pray for a change
    Until I had dirty knees
    Don't judge me
    Don't judge me Writer/s: Frederick John Philip Gibson, Irving Ampofo Adjei, Tahliah Debrett Barnett
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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