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Lawyer: Zimmerman uttered 'punks' on 911 call

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Published on Apr 4, 2012

" Judge not others lest thee be ready to be judged thyself"

Trayvon wears his war wound like a crown
His mother calls him Slimm
'cause he likes the name
And she sends him to the finest school in town

Trayvon, Trayvon likes his skittles
He eats a lot they say
Spends his days dreaming
On a Sunday walking in the rain

He was born a truck driver's son in February
When Mississippi said slavery's dead
And all men can fly
Bernard Harris walked in space today

And he shall be Trayvon
And he shall be a good man
And he shall be Trayvon
In tradition with the family plan
And he shall be Trayvon
And he shall be a good man
He shall be Trayvon

Trayvon wears his levis in to town
He's feeling so alive
Trayvon dreams of flying planes all day
Sits on the soft grass watching them fly

And Trayvon, he wants to go to Venus
Leaving Sanford far behind
Take an airplane and go soaring
But Trayvon, Trayvon falls and dies

He was born a truck driver's son in February
When Mississippi said slavery's dead
And all men can fly
Well, Trayvon Martin walked in space today

And he shall be Trayvon
And he shall be a good man
And he shall be Trayvon
In tradition with the family plan
And he shall be Trayvon
And he shall be a good man
He shall be Trayvon

And he shall be Trayvon
And he shall be a good man
And he shall be Trayvon
In tradition with the family plan
And he shall be Trayvon
And he shall be a good man
He shall be Trayvon

note: Trayvon Martin wanted to fly. I researched the day he was born Feb. 9 in 1995 the state of Mississippi became the last state in the U.S. to adopt the 13th amendment abolishing slavery (yes 1995) and Bernard Harris became the first black man to walk in space. Trayvon's death while walking on a rainy Sunday has been compared to that of Emmett Till a black teenager murdered while visiting Mississippi in one of the nation's most infamous civil rights cases.

Instrumentation: The Peelers Band
Vocals: Privileged White Boy (Carl Compton)
Lyrics: Daniel Zingale
Lead Guitar: Sean Martinez
Movie Star / Super Hero MLK JR.
Production: Compton Bro's Inc.
www.thepeelersband.com
www.comptonbrosinc.com

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