Locks


My locks aren't for fashion
My locks represent my religion
My locks represent my faith
My locks represent my freedom
From the beliefs of the Rastafarians
And the beliefs of the Christians
My locks also represent my culture
It's deeper than just a trend
Sound mind sound body
I believe in the Holy Spirit
My parents taught me to pray
At night and during the day
I wanted to show the world
That every black man with dreads isn't a thug
Locks are to be holy and powerful
Stereotypes of a minority from authorities
My locks aren't for the fashion
My locks represent my freedom
My locks represent my faith
They represent my spirit within
My locks represent me
From the beliefs of the Rastafarians
And the beliefs of the Christians
My Locks are more than a trend

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