Kacy Crowley - Rebellious

KACY CROWLEY


Rebellious 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.

CHORUS:
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.

REPEAT CHORUS

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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