Hey Dad feat. LoLo Frees

from by J-Toth from Hoth and Ace Ha

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[hook]
Dad, hey dad, when will you be back? [x2]

Hey love, sorry for the abrupt change but,
Daddy had to go upstate.
I don’t know how long I’ll be away, but
don’t worry, Daddy’s gonna be ok.

They put me in a beautiful prison,
just because we have a difference of opinion,
and so far, they don’t respect our religion,
but pretty soon, they’re gonna have listen,

to my tales, OF the wrong,
and if I can be jailed for doing NOTHing wrong,
cause I unveiled, they’re doing SOMEthing wrong,
clearly, they’re in the FUCKIN’ wrong.

It’s only a matter of time before THEY see
the amount of ingenuity they’re WASTing,
by incarcerating people THEY deem,
as criminal. This system is FAILing.

[hook]

It’s been a long six months,
the help here are some sick ducks,
but I’ll tell you this much,
I haven’t got shivved once.

It turns out, there’s a lot of other DADS here,
who aren’t into hurting another’s CHANCE here,
and if I were to get deeper than a PAPSmear,
it’s the criminals who maintain the PAX here.

The butlers want war, that’s for sure,
they make a cool profit off the conflict,
that makes us kinda sore, and more,
so we opted for a contract to call it,

and seek peace between armies.
We can both eat, nobody needs to be starving.
but if the Ceez feel the need to keep bogarting,
we’ll slay the beast and I’ll be home in time to start the party.

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from Death of the Empire, released December 18, 2015

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J-Toth from Hoth Saint Louis

Jonathan Toth was born on the planet Hoth. Since his arrival to Earth, he's been making his own form of music. He's a big fan of sampling movies, especially good science fiction. Human beings are so creative with film. He's also noticed that Earth has many of the same problems that his planet Hoth had... but they figured it out. Evolution is inevitable. ... more

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