Just Another OneSuch high heat, a hundred degrees.
Sitting on burning pavement, an alive city.
Just another homeless, no importance to us at all.
We watch him in his famine, we watch as he falls.
He begs and begs, day after day.
We walk by without a word, just a few pay.
His thirst is great, the sweat rolls down his face.
He looks up at passers by, wishing to have their grace.
His hair a dark orange and his beard progresses.
They refuse to help, but he continues to press.
Gambled his money away, but not the only one.
Here in Las Vegas, it's full of 'em.
But as I walked by, he had something special.
I couldn't know, but I stood for a moment in silence so crucial.
I look to my dad and beg to give him some of our dinner.
I asked in hope to make sure he didn't grow any thinner.
But he refused, he doesn't deserve what he needs.
According to my dad, he didn't deserve to feed.
But today I look back at that night.
And wish I went against my dad's fight.
To just run back and give him some food.
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Seven Deadly SinsOh, spy your little eye on the sinful, sinful me.
Here I sit and commit the crime of the shamed and shunned gluttony.
Fork and spoonful, one after the other, each one close behind.
I'll eat and eat and never stop, even through the consequences I find.
Though I feel like bringing it back up, I keep my obscurity.
As I continue to hold in my dark sin of the one and only gluttony.
Oh, catch your glance at this sinful, sinful musk.
As I lay and commit the crime of the shamed and shunned lust.
I give each woman and even a man a pleasureful night of dalliance.
Such a hard yet easy crime, much like rocket science.
My craving for this dark pleasure definitely is a must.
I'll take many every single night to join my sin of lust.
Oh, stare your wondering eye at this sinful, sinful plight.
As I sit in luxury and commit the crime of the one and only pride.
I brag and brag about my goals and all the things I achieve.
Try to change the subject and I'll just keep bringing up me.
I'll be so much more su