Mark Bruback

  • Трек: 01. Intro [VA - Not Without A Fight][1999]
  • Исполнитель (артист): Mark Bruback
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Текст песни "Mark Bruback - 01. Intro [VA - Not Without A Fight][1999]"

I tried to get his badge number and name
As he hit me in the face with his nightstick.
I screamed that I was not resisting
But try talking sense to a uniformed prick.

To protect and to serve is the policeman's biggest lie
Only if you have money will protection and service buy.

I came to plaza that afternoon
To peacefully protest, something I felt wasn't right.
As a hundred cops in riot gear surrounded us
All too eager to start a fight.

They told us to disperse
Even though, we had the right to peacefully assemble.
A few seconds later they moved in
Chicago in 68' it started to resemble.

In a cloud of mace and tear gas
Beating sisters, brothers, husbands, and wives.
Breaking bones, bashing skulls, the streets; a pool of blood
We all ran screaming for our lives!

The next few months were spent in court
On trumped up charges the officers created.
Thousand dollar fines and jail time
No wonder the police force is always hated.

We didn't hold our breath for justice
We all know how the judge would rule.
It's our word versus theirs and our word isn't worth shit
And to think a cop is just a tool.

For a system that only cares about money
I wish you all understood.
That being poor is bad for business
You have to stay in your own neighborhood.

As the red and blue lights come flashing again
Another night of, "up against the wall!"
And if you still think that a cop is your friend
Well go ask Mumia Abu-Jamal!
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