Description : Okay, well since I had a couple of good responses to Made To Kill I figured that I would give it another shot and see what happens. This is a bad a55 track from ansley that I decided to write lyrics for and throw some vox to. Let me know what you think. And like I said dont worry about hurting my feelings I'm just having fun. Thanks
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