Free lunch, breakfast, eat eventially I departed
So ashamed of a life that was started
L.I.F.E. by Lil' Mama

Free Lunch is a program founded by Black Panther founding members Huey P. Newton and Fred Hampton. The young man goes to get his meal and then leaves embarrassed that this is what he has to resort to to survive

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Born akward with nothing to offer's the least
Of my problems
L.I.F.E. by Lil' Mama

She raps from the perspective of a young male (as seen in the video) who feels like he doesn’t fit in with society

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Life never understood or stand my side of story being that it's so consist
18 years And 9 months developing raised in a prison I guess I'll never make a difference
L.I.F.E. by Lil' Mama

She’s never known any different type of life so she starts to believe that there’s really no way out and briefly accepts defeat

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And I don't really blame the man
I blame my mother for not teaching me the different types of man
L.I.F.E. by Lil' Mama

She realizes the after effect of her mother’s teachings and blames her for not warning her of the traps she could fall victim to

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When all in reality I'm being discourage & disrespected
And under the pressure
L.I.F.E. by Lil' Mama

Even though she tries to psych herself out in the back of her mind she knows the truth

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Waiting for my body phase
Telling myself it's just a little pregnancy phase
L.I.F.E. by Lil' Mama

She excuses her boyfriends abusive behavior on the fact that she’s pregnate and naively believes that once she’s no longer pregnant things will get better

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I go to her for a little advice
So I show up with a black eye
Telling me to know my place so I stay
L.I.F.E. by Lil' Mama

She told her mother about the guy she’s involved with abusing her and even showed her physical scars, but in return her mother tells her to deal with it because she values the money more than her daughters own safety

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My mama told me to find a man to take care Of me & he does buy me things but he beats on me L.I.F.E. by Lil' Mama

Let’s just say that her mother didn’t necessarily advise her to be a Gold Digger but she doesn’t condone her to go messin' with no broke n*gga either.

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I'm pregnant by a dude & he not 16
But I like his style & his whip is mean
L.I.F.E. by Lil' Mama

She’s talking from the perspective of a materialistic 16 year old teen who’s involved in a sexual relationship with a flashy guy who’s much older than she is

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I'm so mad this is me
I'm so hurt this is me
So why should it be
But I'm a be alright though
L.I.F.E. by Lil' Mama

She’s acknowledging that here L.I.F.E. isn’t going the way she would like but she still puts her faith in God and keeps pushing knowing better days are ahead

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