Lyrics:

I’m on the run for all the things that I’ve said
Nowhere to run and no turning back now

Don’t Speak
Lock your doors
And be discreet

Some ppl keep they eyes closed
Terrified of what they’d see
Others keep they eyes open
I swear that they still b sleep
Paralyzed in the Noize
And Paranoid in the street

They can and will hurt you
For what you know
And if you share it with the world
What would they trust you fo’?

If you reading this now

It means that i’m long gone
In Sudan, Moldova Or even hong kong
They quiet down the words on the internet page
That same shit could happen from singin the wrong song
Information a pandemic
I live in a calm storm
Oh i’m telling the right story
They droppin the wrong bomb
On g-d

I’m on the run for all the things that I’ve said
Nowhere to run and no turning back now
Nowhere to run and nowhere to
Nowhere to run and nowhere to
Nowhere to run and nowhere to
Turn now

Don’t speak
Loc your doors n b discreet
No talkin on the phone
Got you ridin wit a piece

A piece a mind to show the world these pages that i’ve seen

And when it hit the web
Watch it spread like a disease
Heard it about it over seas
They callin it wiki leak
Break the shackles on my feet

Kidnap or kill plot
Assassinate and steal
Pay the cost
For the data loss
Scrap n peel
If it’s a hack
What’s a rappin deal

They put a target on my back
I keep on singing my blues
But what i write about in songs
They neva play up on the news

I’m on the run once again for the things that i’ve said
And i’m Just tryna make sense of it all in my head

I’m on the run for all the things that I’ve said
Nowhere to run and no turning back now
Nowhere to run and nowhere to
Nowhere to run and nowhere to (turn)
Nowhere to run and nowhere to
Turn now

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