See My Tears - Machine Gun Kelly

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Rain, in the rain. Rain, in the rain.
Rain, in the rain. Rain, rain.
Every day I wake up to the same shit
in the same house with the same bricks,
in the same clothes with the same kicks
I might as well be in jail caged in.
Starin' at the wall waitin for a change, but
dad telling me I gotta get a job.
Couldn't pay the bill so the light turned off.
Them Cleveland boys got it hard.
Oh my god, we living like this too long
just to lose it all in a week.
My people just too strong.
Get it? Me and my boys be gone.
Puffing on weed like this the lawn.
Me and my boys tired of being here.
That is why were gone.
They say we wouldn't amount to nothing, huh.
Yall thought we was bluffing, ha?
Fought every temptation shit, I guess Im David ruffin huh?
Nowadays, we dont gotta do that dirt, tell my boys they good.
And nowadays my little girl wont have to work, moved her out the hood.
Look man, I been through it all, and Ima damned if I got this far,
And I let them strip me of this message let these haters take my heart.
This for the ones that had it hard, the ones like me, the underdogs.
This for the ones that waited for them clouds to fall, please god let it
You can't see my tears in the, in the rain.
You can't see my tears in the, in the rain.
Underneath it all, were just the same, same, same.
You can't see my tears in the, in the rain.
All around the world its just the same, same, same.
You can't see my tears in the, in the rain.
So I let it rain.
And they mad that I made it out the city.
But if you look im still out in the city.
Before anything I had clout in the city.
tourin the states and never bounced in the city.
Shout out to everybody thats proud in the city.
Everybody cheering in the crowd from the city.
Everyone that never had doubts in the city.
Cause they know I represent what we about in the city.
And Im still laced up, tell the world thats nothing changed.
Till its hundred dollar bills in my pocket, then nothings changed.
If my team ain't with me, then I dont wanna thang.
Tell them I'll go broke before I run out on my gang.
EST over everythang.
100 thousand plus, cult fan base yeah that is us, my songs tattooed on their body. Troubled youth, We bad as fuck.
And what?
Nobody gave a shit bout broken mirrors.
So I care less about appearance.
Just as long as they can hear us.
Were fearless, were stupid, were dealers, were losers.
were killers, we're orphans, were addicts, were stealers.
Were shooters so kill us.
We are what they say we are until conformity hits us.
Or those clouds come down and take them all with us, please god let it
You can't see my tears in the, in the rain.
You can't see my tears in the, in the rain.
Underneath it all, were just the same, same, same.
You can't see my tears in the, in the rain.
All around the world its just the same, same, same.
You can't see my tears, in the rain.
So I let it rain.
Rays in the rain. Rays in the rain.
Underneath it all we just the same, same, same.
You can't see my tears in the, in the rain.
All around the world it's just the same, same, same.
You can't see my tears in the (rain).

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Richard Colson Baker (born April 22, 1990), p/k/a Machine Gun Kelly or MGK, is an American rapper from Cleveland, Ohio. Baker's stage name comes from his rapid-fire lyrical flow and is also a reference to notorious criminal George "Machine Gun Kelly" Barnes. The son of missionary parents, Baker moved around a lot as a child and started listening to rap in sixth grade while living in Denver. At the age of fourteen, he moved to Cleveland. Machine Gun Kelly first gained exposure on MTV2's Sucker Free Freestyle. His debut mixtape, 100 Words and Running, was released in early 2010. That summer he made his national debut with the single "Alice In Wonderland" on the Block Starz Music compilation, Midwest Block Starz. He released his second mixtape, Lace Up, which featured the hometown anthem "Cleveland", in November 2010. On August 3, 2011, he announced he signed with Sean "P. Diddy" Combs's Bad Boy Records. Machine Gun Kelly's discography consists of one studio albums, four singles as a featured artist, and eight mixtapes. His 2012 single "Wild Boy", featuring Waka Flocka Flame, the first single from his Bad Boy/Interscope release Lace Up, peaked at #98 on the Billboard Hot 100 and was certified Gold. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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