KACY CROWLEYRebellious Lyrics
Began my life clean in braids and fresh scrubbed
In spite of the noise I always felt loved
But I got bored, I took a mojor detour.
Games get old even for a child
When you are born with the sweet taste to be wild
When I heard my first rock and roll song
I knew something big was going on.
I turned thirteen and I tried smoking pot
It was Halloween so we didn't get caught
Dressed up like hobos and hookers
Eating candy like crooks in the bushes.
We are rebellious, we tried everything once
and maybe more
We are rebellious, we do life until we are sore
Then the Grateful Dead came to me like a wave on the air
I didn't shave my legs for at least two years
One year of college tripping on the sky
Draped in silkscreen, tapestry and tye-dye.
I took a bus to Los Angeles all by myself
I left reality on a green childhood shelf
My best friend Robbie gone and robbed a bank
He gave me money and I just said thanks.
Rebellious Young Women
Then I went home unrecognizable
My mother said "What happened? You used to be beautiful"
I dyed my hair and I got tattooed
And I let my body be recklessly used.
Will I surrender and learn to fight
Like camoflauge through the dark and the light
From the bottom of my dreams comes the sound
I wear my music like a broken crown.
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