King
Deitrick Haddon

You can call me, you can call me king
You can call me, you can call me king
You can call me, you can call me king
You can call me, you can call me king

I am a king
I was born on the east side
In Detroit city

It's like jungle, but I survived
I used to dream, that I had a pair
Of wings and I would fly with the angels
I would hear melodies

Than I wake up and I would tell my revelations,
But they said, "you're just a boy, with a big imagination".
I'm a king.

Call me king
Call me king
Call me king
Call me king
King,

(You can call me, you can call me king)

I am a leader, I'd have to move to the west side,
Didn't have no money
I was raised to have some pride,
I used to sing, oh oh,
Sing to ease the pain
And I knew one day that my voice would bring change.
I am a king

Call me king
Call me king
Call me king
Call me king
King

(You can call me, you can call me king)

You are a winner, you may have come from the slums,
But you're the one.
You were made in His image in glory
You supposed to be the leader of your home,
Please understand, my brother, I believe that you can

Lead the pain,
Reach down in your soul
And you will reach every goal
And the whole earth would know,
You are a king

Call me king
Call me king
Call me king
Call me king
King

How many nights I cried
To get so many others
Give up try to give in.
You don't remember nothing else I said.
Gonna get this in your head.
You are a king

Written by HADDON, DEITRICK VAUGHN / CRAWFORD, FREDRICK
Published by Universal Music Publishing Group, EMI Music Publishing

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