Quiana Souder

(March 29,1996 / Georgia)

Baby Girl Baby Girl


Baby girl, Baby girl
Please don't come knocking at my door
I can not take care of you
Because my family is poor
Baby girl, Baby girl
Please go away
Save it for another time
Another place, another day
Baby girl, Baby girl
Can you not hear the screams
People don't care anymore
This world is so mean
Baby girl, Baby girl
You have to understand
I can not give you life
Not in this foreign land
Baby girl, Baby girl
Growing inside of me
I'll let you know when its time to be set free

Submitted: Thursday, September 29, 2011
Edited: Saturday, February 16, 2013

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