It's time for a change! This generation... This generation needs a hero.

What is a man, who lays his hand on his lover?
And calls it tough love, tough love.
What is a man, who can't take a stand for his daughter?
And calls it tough love, tough love.
Your roots grow at the cracks of the alleys! College Park made you!
Man enough to see, Man enough to see. There ain't a Goddamn man in me.

Take me back to the days before I was hostile and loved to hate.
(You promised you would never become.)

You promised you would never become,
A storm, a blackout, a replicating the one.
The thunder inside him became your life.
And you called him your best friend 'til the day you were nine.

What is a man, who lays his hand on his lover?
And calls it tough love, tough love.
What is a man who can't take a stand for his daughter?
And calls it tough love, tough love.

Hotel rooms, Bourdon and Bronx, a drifter living without God.
You've done it now, you've planted a seed.
Now the storm inside you, it swallows her.

Baby love, alright. And I know life can be so strange,
And I know I can make a change.
I'mma wipe away the clouds for ya.

I'm gonna be around for ya
I'm gonna paint the town for ya.
I'm gonna make a promise to give you everything you want and need.
But she fucked up now, 'cause she bearing another mouth she can't feed.

Cease production of a disruptive breed,
Seek help 'cause your pride only makes you weak.

And what is a man, who lays his hand on his lover?
(Ohhhhhh ooooo) And calls it tough love, tough love
And what is a man, who can't take a stand for his daughter?
(Can't take a stand) And calls it tough love, tough love

Your roots grow in the cracks of the alley! College Park made you!
Man enough to see, Man enough to see. ( Man enough to see, yeah)
There ain't a Goddamn man in me. ( There ain;t a Goddamn man in me)
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