Yeah, and it ain't right to me
I ain't got enough of motherfucking fight in me
It frightens me, and I just wanna see my son and moms
This verse is from the viewpoint of an innocent guy drafted into the Vietnam War. He never wanted to be here, this kind of stuff just doesn’t fit him.
A common them in war movies is to showcase dying soldiers crying out for their mothers.
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