I bet you, you interview those women and fear will not stand up to the use it is stated here. Thanks to HotGirlMeisha85 for correcting these lyrics. And the greatest trick of all is to invite their loved ones to participate in the process. In a recent Facebook post, I griped about how I hear so many Black parents sowing the seeds of fear in their children early on. Another part we need to look at is not just the role black women play in the way they raise thier childern, but also the role white people play in enforcing this pathology.
If we prime our children to fear the people who love them most and teach them that obedience is survival and their greatest virtue, then how can we expect to raise future generations of young people to engage in effective resistance against our enemies? Petey Pablo] They got me waiting in a room full of dogs Suge When they ear's move I know what they gonna do I got em' trained like I want em', yo Four Rottweilers, never seen another man before goddamn Yo they some motherfucking killer's And I'm a motherfucking killer So there's hell on your ass, nigga I hope you thought about this real good And if you haven't Yo, before this happen Home's, if I was you I would Take your life and jeopardize it But I'm gonna tell ya' Many enter Only few live to tell about me I done seen a lot of change in this lifestyle And still the? The song takes us on a journey through his developmental stages of fear, beginning with his childhood at age 7, then 17, and And bring you back to your momma she got the switch in the stash. What it reveals is how a Black boy had to grow up under constant attack, on guard, and unconsciously reacting to his own repressed past.
At least its lyrical. I dont find it too bad. Too much race baiting in the lyrics. Sep 5, Messages: Jun 8, Messages: BigTruck , Sep 14, No, create an account now.