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The Vatican has contributed a list of tracks for MySpace Music, an ad-supported audio and video streaming service which launched today.
However, the selection contains some surprising choices including the song Changes by Shakur, also known as 2Pac, who was killed in 1996.
Originally posted by serbsta
More from source: The hit single released in 1998 is listed with an “explicit” warning and features lyrics about gun crime, drugs and violence on a city’s streets.
It includes the lines: “Is life worth living should I blast myself?” and “Give the crack to the kids who the hell cares, one less hungry mouth on the welfare.”
[edit on 4/12/2009 by serbsta]
Originally posted by deadlysponge
i love how you quote these two lines and completely take the song out of context. good job.
so someone who isnt familiar with that son will automatically think the song is advocating suicide and giving crack/coc aine to children.
and kudos for listing the rest of the songs in the playlist making Tupac's- Changes even more suspect.