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Outside it's summer, indoors it's cool
It's just after 3pm, I see kids leaving school
Policeman are walking, walking in lines
Tight side by side
A young boy's died

15 years old, slow walking alone
They stole his phone, he never got home
Three boys in hoods
A warm summer's day
Stuck him and killed him and then ran away

Now there's red spray paint slashed on the wall
R.I.P. Baby, we love you from all
Just that one moment, ended their days
Outside my house on Daisy Lane...



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    UnregisteredOct 24, 2011 at 6:53 am
    That's understandable that money makes us independent. But what to do when somebody has no cash? The only one way is to receive the personal loans and just secured loan.
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    JedakiahMay 11, 2010 at 12:57 am
    This song is a true story. A kid was literally killed just outside Jones Kelly's (singer/writer) house... or so he told The Sun during an interview about his then upcoming album.

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