Color of morning pee coming out of the sink It's 2016 who would think Kids in America don't have clean water to drink Like they cut the EBT took 'em off of the link I read a story about a woman with her daughter in Flint She got lead poisoning, from showers in the morning When the governor switched out the pipes to bring the water in To the city river 'cause he said they can't afford to get, clean water So now the poor people get the shorter end Of the stick, ain't that some bullshit? Shorty thirsty, he just bought his fourth fifth It's lead in the water gun, he dying from a full clip And they got toddlers drinking toxic waste While the people responsible still ain't caught no case I don't get it man, I just ain't wit it man They got 'Damn Daniel' distracting you on Instagram Back again with the all white media coverage They do it over and over like remedial subjects The people with the least always gotta pay the most We the first to go when they deleting them budgets Can a nigga get his basic human rights? Is that too much to ask, should I say it more polite? And everybody broke so we in the same boat But would they let that bitch sink if we was white? It got me shades of blue
Rain or shine, it's all blue, it's all blue Ain't no sun, it's all blue, it's all blue Purple haze, in a daze, it's all blue, it's all blue Change gon' come, it's all you, it's all on you It's all blue, all blue It's all blue, all blue Night don't come so early The skies stay gray, around my way, around my way
Waking up to the morning sun in Detroit I'll be with the people when they come for the boy Everybody tryna be American Idols My X-Factor is I'm the only one with The Voice It's bigger than us, these kids listen to us That's why I give 'em that truth 'cause they don't get it enough We making bitches and hoes out our women too much We can't trust ourselves, and we don't know who to trust It ain't enough for police to wear body cams 'Cause niggas still gettin tazed and body slammed And cigarettes'll kill you on their own But they'll kill you for a cigarette, I honor Eric Garner fam' I'm a part of him, he a part of me I'm a prodigy in these Prada jeans I'm tryna' make my partners a part of the election So you ain't gotta presidential pardon me And pardon me, but why is it that the darker must suffer? How do we protect the culture from the vultures? There's a Cold War every summer in the Chi It's a snowball effect from the Cold War in Russia But Vladimir Putin ain't in the hood recruitin' And Derrick Rose ain't the only one out here shootin' They set fire to their own squad cars And a bitch on the news gon' blame it on the lootin' Now here I am talking 'bout a revolution And I can't even spare a dollar to the movement But I'm in the strip club spending dollars on that movement I guess we all got room for improvement
Rain or shine, it's all blue, it's all blue Ain't no sun, it's all blue, it's all blue Purple haze, in a daze, it's all blue, it's all blue Change gon' come, it's all you, it's all on you
Writer/s: ALEX BAEZ, CARTER LANG, DARIAN JOSHUA GARCIA, VIC MENSAH
Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Ultra Tunes, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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The Four Tops' "I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie Honey Bunch)" was written by the Motown team of Lamont Dozier, Brian Holland and Eddie Holland. The phrase "Sugar pie, honey bunch" was something Dozier's grandfather used to say when he was a kid.