James Grayson

Rookie (5th July 1988 / Manchester, England)

Hoodie


I know exactly who I am
And what I do!
Im a Hoodie

All you mother fuckers
Dont have a clue
Im a Hoodie

I live my life day
By fuckin day
Im a Hoodie

Try and tell me any different,
Aint no way
Im a Hoodie

Smoke n drink on the streets
This is my life
Im a Hoodie

I do it to escape
My pain and strife
Im a Hoodie

I know my life aint never
Guna change
Im a Hoodie

I.T. and office jobs stay
Outa range
Im a Hoodie

So I keep goin down this road
Its all the same
Im a Hoodie

I know im guna make it
In this game
Im a Hoodie

I lost a mate today but
I will never cry
Im a Hoodie

Im guna keep on going
Till I die
Im a Hoodie

Submitted: Friday, January 29, 2010
Edited: Sunday, February 28, 2010
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