It’s My Job

I know where I’ve been, and I know what God
has brought me through; I know what I need to do
and if I can help it, I’d never want to be homeless
or without a home ever again. I’ll work my fingers
to the bone to ensure my children are always
well-taken care of, it’s my job
to provide them with stability.

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