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I can't figure out the point to most graffiti. That's rather silly in the end I think.
Huh. that's kind of crazy. Thanks for sharing it, though.
Apparently, those are the lyrics to a song (according to my teenagers) by the Geto Boys. I googled it, and the only two moderately printable verses are:Damn it feels good to be a gangstaFeedin the poor and hepin out wit they billsAlthough I was born in jamaicaNow Im in the us makin dealsDamn it feels good to be a gangstaI mean one that you dont really knowRidin around town in a drop-top benzHittin switches in my black six-foNow gangsta-ass niggas come in all shapes and colorsSome got killed in the pastBut this gangtsa here is a smart oneStarted living for the lord and Ill lastAnd now, a word from the president!Damn it feels good to be a gangstaGettin voted into the white houseEverything lookin good to the people of the worldBut the mafia family is my bossSo every now and then I owe a favor gettin downLike lettin a big drug shipment throughAnd send em to the poor communitySo we can bust you know whoSo voters of the world keep supportin meAnd I promise to take you very farOther leaders better not upset meOr Ill send a million troops to die at warTo all you republicans, that helped me winI sincerely like to thank youCuz now I got the world swingin from my nutsAnd damn it feels good to be a gangsta
It's alwas nice to see graffiti that assumes an aware audience, eventhough I don't really know quite what this one if intending.
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