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Someone's Son

    On a Blistering chilly cold night in upstate New York, a junkie awaits his last
vein-line of the night. The drug guickly takes affect-he feels heat in his neck. Some 
one father-this man-be. Somegirl's husband, the family will never see. The doormat
of life brings Someone Son upon life most studious voice no-more. A mother son,
bad news at the door. She goes to answer-the officer say's they're gone. Someone 
son, someone's friend, get cheated out of life before the rise of the Sun. Now, don't
you walk-but do yee run, if he's down, "help him up". Stay away your gun. Alway's
remember he's Someone Son.

Copyright © | Year Posted 2009

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