“I would tell you about the things they put me through, the pain Ive been subjected to. But the lord himself would blush the countless feasts laid at my feet, forbidden fruits for me to eat. But I think your pulse would start to rush.
Now I’m not looking for absolution, forgiveness for the things I do. But before you come to any conclusions … Try walking in my shoes
Youll stumble in my footsteps. Keep the same appointments I kept, if you try walking in my shoes.
Morality would frown upon. Decency look down upon the scapegoat fates made of me. But I promise you, my judge and jurors, my intentions couldnt have been purer. My case is easy to see.
I’m not looking for a clearer conscience, peace of mind after what I’ve been through and before we talk of repentance … Try walking in my shoes.”