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Me ma was a crack head

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Me ma was a crack head

Me 
ma 
was 
a 
crack 
head 
when 
I 
was 
a 
pup, 
Everything 
she 
tried 
doing 
completely 
f*cked 
up,
She'd 
buy 
a 
new 
mobile 
next 
day 
take 
it 
back,
Like 
nothing 
else 
mattered 
'long's 
she 
got 
her 
crack,
Me 
ma 
was 
a 
crack 
head 
and 
each 
day 
she 
tried,
To 
quit 
but 
it 
fell 
like 
the 
crack 
tears 
she 
cried,
When 
she 
had 
the 
urge 
there 
was 
really 
no 
doubt,
We 
all 
dreaded 
the 
minute 
her 
bits 
had 
run 
out,
Me 
ma 
was 
a 
crack 
head,when 
Christmas 
time 
came,
She 
did 
what 
she 
had 
to,went 
out 
on 
the 
game,
To 
ensure 
Christmas 
morning 
our 
dreams 
were 
complete,
And 
always 
we 
got 
the 
best 
toys 
in 
the 
street,
The 
best 
clothes 
and 
trainers,came 
from 
Santas 
sack,
Even 
if 
it 
meant 
she'd 
ended 
up 
with 
no 
crack,
Me 
ma 
was 
a 
crack 
head 
and 
crack 
was 
her 
game,
And 
yes 
us 
kids 
often 
hung 
our 
heads 
in 
shame,
But 
those 
days 
we 
were 
too 
young 
to 
understand 
why,
Didn't 
realise 
that 
crack 
would 
someday 
make 
her 
die,
Wish 
that 
we'd 
known 
back 
then 
what 
we've 
come 
to 
know 
now,
And 
that 
we 
could 
have 
helped 
her 
just 
didn't 
know 
how,
Me 
ma 
was 
a 
crack 
head 
and 
smoked 
crack 
all 
day,
Never 
bothered 
with 
drugs 
lest 
they're 
stamped 
with 
class 
A,  
Once 
she 
starts 
on 
the 
crack 
pipe 
she 
seldom 
looked 
back,
Me 
ma 
was 
a 
crack 
head 
and 
loved 
smoking 
crack,
But 
with 
all 
of 
those 
years 
of 
wrecking 
her 
head,
She's 
no 
longer 
a 
crack 
head 
cause 
now 
me 
ma's 
dead.

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