Antman - John Doe Lyrics

Prison state, underprivileged slaves, that's what it feels like
Like I'm in this cell for life, to never see the sunlight
A creature of the night, they take you
They break you with their bad attitudes
I've yet you hear of punishment that actually feels good
I'm a part of the system, been turned into the victim
I should have just, learned my lesson
When times is rough, when the punishment is tough
When the crimes have you stuck in a place far from home
Will you turn into another John Doe? * 2
There I was, blue smock, looking hella lost
No shoes, no socks, naked family jewels
Suicide watch for a suicidal botch
Freezing in my crotch, wish I had another shot
To die than to be alive, sacrificing pride
Before I'll be a slave, I'll be buried in my grave
But the grey place drained all my fight and pride
Strong words little nerd, but you got served
When times is rough, when the punishment is tough
When the crimes have you stuck in a place far from home
Will you turn into another John Doe? * 2
Another man tried to suicide in the jail, he threw himself off the second balcony rail
He hit with a kersplat, he made a bloody splash
His skull's cracked in half, we need a medic, stat
This is the aftermath, of paying up your tax
The strong get stashed and the weak get bashed
For me inbetween, I'm lost in the scene
I could go both ways, I could die any day
The man didn't die, but now he can't toe the line
Paralyzed from the neck down, now his life's a lie
What will be his saving light, beautiful and oh so bright?
Suicide, you can never stop the tide
No matter where you try to hide, depression'll catch ya
The feeling makes you blind, you can't tell me shit about how to survive
My life is over, now I've died, born anew
Ant-Man's looking for a crew, to bring the world some new news
A John Doe's jewel, you can endure the result of an assault
If you stand firm and learn that the asphalt, ain't the place, for your brains