Smiley Face


Yo, this is a fat white kid
Crip walking through a Wallmart eating a twix
Ths is, his mom in the next aisle, neglecting him while sending a text
This is, a mirror to society
I've already seen the truth so you don't got to lie to me
This is the scull behind a smiley face
The dark side that we all try to hide away!

Join me as we open on a heavy set bride
As she cries on her wedding dress
Cheeks getting wet cause there's something she would never guess
Better yet
Zoom in on the brides made
She fucked the groom five ways in the brides drive way (no way)
Fast forward to the bride's suicide
I know alot of sad adjectives and all of them apply
It's fucked up
Because she suffered then she dies
But for this woman it was tougher to be alive
If you rewind
You'll see that there were other issues
In her bedroom clutching on a chunk of tissues
At nine got touched by her uncle Mitchel
It's a cold world, darker than some pumpernickel
And I'm not tryin' to bumm you out or make you sad
I just think somebody ought to state the facts
It's cool, they don't even hear half the raps
Working on their swag
Let me tell you buddy:

The next scene opens in a parking lot
Outside an old motel
With the neon glowing as the rain drops fell
Both from the sky and the eyes
Of the passengers
Inside a ride
That arrived
The inhabitince
A mother and her 3 kids running
From a new husband who seemed to scream more than love 'em
Tonight, he said he'd burn the house down
Kicked in the cupboard
They slipped out the back undiscovered
She said they'd get a hotel room and pizza
Watch TV and take a breather
She went into lobby and returned sick
She'd left her purse at the crib
Hair matted to her face as the rain poored
Her kids huddeled with her slithered to the back door
And I'm not kidding he was sitting in the kitchen, waiting to start hitting
This is, what she won't say when you ask, how's it going, the very next day
This is, her kids doing well in school eventhough at home life was hell
This is a morror to society
I've already seen the truth, you don't got the lie to me
This is, the scull behind a smiley face, the dark side, that we all try to hide away