He stands there smiling like he didn’t break our family apart
My mom blames herself, holding on to what’s left of her broken little heart
A family once solid, how could you do this to us?
You kept her a secret, yet you still look at us and cuss.
I thought you were my hero, my best friend, but guess not.
You ruined my mom and I, all because you thought the Colombian was hot.
You threatened our safety, the look of compassion in your eyes no more.
You won’t move out of the house, cause you said it’s all yours.
You called me a dyke, said I was a stupid fag.
You said my mom was good for nothing, but picking up a rag.
Manipulative, destructive, much worse than the Grinch.
Someone tell me it’s just a nightmare, please just give me a pinch.
You said crying is for pussies, guys who do it are weak
You have two different identities, it’s like hide and go seek.
You call blacks racist names, and say Hispanics are all “Spicks”
Yet you think you’re so perfect, Mr. White Supremisist.
You pay for her to stay loyal, why’re you so scared?
She was found in a prostitute park, but you don’t think you’re prepared.
Well, your secret is out and now everybody knows
What an awful human being you are, so you might as well just go.
Please leave my mom and I, we’re better off without you.
I get panic attacks every day, not knowing what you’re going to say or do.
One minute, you’re laughing at the Family Guy show
Then the next, you’re calling my mother a hoe.
You’re no longer my father, I lost all respect for you.
I‘ll never be like you, my birth father, who?