It’s like we been through hell, somehow we got through
Do right for ’em, tryna save life for ’em
I’m holdin’ only, in a way, I was sayin’ goodbye to ’em
A rescuse team in the sky, hopin’ to fly to ’em

Both feet in, water to my chest
The sky was black, the rain was pourin’
I had this pain on lock, somehow it got loose

They need help ’cause they feel like they ain’t gon’ make it inside
One thing for sure, I’m here to fight for ’em
I told a bunch of kids I got ’em for the holiday
Yeah, I know it ain’t nothin’ perfect about truth
These circumstances, they really don’t belong
Government was thrown and they was wrong
Yeah, they gon’ get saved but don’t apply to ’em
I know that one day we gon’ see our sun
They all know the condition but yet, they help the alive
Both feet in, water to my chest
They really hurt ’cause all they can do is cry to ’em
Hopin’ one day God’ll end up bein’ a light for ’em
But I know it’s amiss, I can’t lie to ’em
[Verse 3]
You never know your position until it got use
Times they came and times they went
The body count was risin’, family members missin’, others tryna survive
Yeah, they gon’ get saved but don’t apply to ’em
Shelters closin’, now they back outside
Got the money and collect it with no hesitation
Think of the survivors dedicated to front lines
Life is real, so now we on our own
Rogers, only people workin’ Trae tha Truth, or Mr.
They say it could have been worse and it’ll prolly never get better watchin’ the blind lead blind
Relief ain’t gon’ last so they call
Before they can fall
Joined the growing list of volunteer rescuers after he was uh, rescued from his own home
Although it’s dark, tell ’em, "We are one"
Heard people talkin’ but their answers said they weren’t certain
I told a bunch of kids I got ’em for the holiday
They helpin’ the system, no matter if we riskin’ or not
It ain’t the truth if I tell you they ain’t a part of me
These circumstances, they really don’t belong
Relief ain’t gon’ last so they call
They say the city back to normal, that was new to us
And though I’m tryna see through it, I’m feelin’ life is miserable, ain’t no point in even tryin’
I feel like I wanna punch through a wall
Everything was lost, help denied
A mansion, witnessin’ less than a toothbrush
They on they last leg
Children sleepin’ on floors, some sleepin’ in tents

I gotta do my best
Everybody need help but they need hope
So Trae tha Truth is with me now, from the Convention Centre, and, and Trae…
So many cries, swear to God you wanna get a nurse
What about the ones that hit rock bottom?
They need help ’cause they feel like they ain’t gon’ make it inside
So went down on my knees, I make a call to God like he the last one left
Life is real, so now we on our own
It ain’t never gon’ be over until we are done
There’s actually a Trae day in Houston on July 22nd for his humanitarian work for this great Texas city
They helpin’ the system, no matter if we riskin’ or not
The cried for help, and Lord, I’m goin’
There is a Houston rapper who is taking um, a more hands on approach to his fellow Harvey victims, Trae tha Truth
Devastation, wind was blowin’
I feel like I wanna punch through a wall

It’s kinda hard to get through it, I’m still yellin’ for help, it’s like the whole world deaf
Bein’ able to do but wanna tell ’em it’s okay
Feelin’ everythin’ go, some was battlin’ pride
A mansion, witnessin’ less than a toothbrush
I had this pain on lock, somehow it got loose
Whole neighborhood’s gone
Everybody need help but they need hope
Although it’s dark, tell ’em, "We are one"
[Intro]
[Intro]
Put they face up in the camera like they here to help
But I know it’s amiss, I can’t lie to ’em
[Verse 2]
They all know the condition but yet, they help the alive
Water risin’, overflowin’
I gotta fight, I don’t agree with how they doin’ us
And though I’m tryna see through it, I’m feelin’ life is miserable, ain’t no point in even tryin’
Over 500 mill’, why the city hurtin’?
We sacrifice our life, countless how we spent
[Verse 1]
They on they last leg
Got the money and collect it with no hesitation

Before they can fall
One thing for sure, I’m here to fight for ’em
What about the ones that hit rock bottom?

Few denied, I told ’em I’d get ’em a loan
Yeah, I know it ain’t nothin’ perfect about truth
They really hurt ’cause all they can do is cry to ’em
It ain’t the truth if I tell you they ain’t a part of me
Hopin’ one day God’ll end up bein’ a light for ’em

The body count was risin’, family members missin’, others tryna survive
I know that one day we gon’ see our sun
Government was thrown and they was wrong
Rogers, only people workin’ Trae tha Truth, or Mr.
I know a lot of people need this so I’m standin’ up tall
It ain’t never gon’ be over until we are done
[Verse 1]
Told ’em the love unconditional for what it’s worth

I know a lot of people need this so I’m standin’ up tall
One of the many reasons he has been honored, uh, by his home town for a decade now
There is a Houston rapper who is taking um, a more hands on approach to his fellow Harvey victims, Trae tha Truth
Devastation, wind was blowin’
Joined the growing list of volunteer rescuers after he was uh, rescued from his own home
We sacrifice our life, countless how we spent
Watchin’ the rain so hard, like, "What we gon’ do?"
Our faces covered in tasks, can’t take the scent
Nod to the people, then they loosen with the frustration
If there’s any type of pressure, tell ’em, "We don’t run"
So many cries, swear to God you wanna get a nurse
And the kids who traumatized by poverty?
Told ’em the love unconditional for what it’s worth
Whole neighborhood’s gone
Think of the survivors dedicated to front lines
If there’s any type of pressure, tell ’em, "We don’t run"
Ain’t nothin’ close when you feel like when you got so far to be
And the kids who traumatized by poverty?
Movin’ on imposed days, only get worse
They say the city back to normal, that was new to us
It’s kinda hard to get through it, I’m still yellin’ for help, it’s like the whole world deaf
A rescuse team in the sky, hopin’ to fly to ’em
Our boots to the ground, gettin’ holes in ’em
They say it could have been worse and it’ll prolly never get better watchin’ the blind lead blind
I gotta do my best
We only wanna see us make it to a better day
It’s like we been through hell, somehow we got through
Home is gone, there ain’t nowhere to go
I gotta fight, I don’t agree with how they doin’ us
Bein’ able to do but wanna tell ’em it’s okay
[Verse 2]
Our faces covered in tasks, can’t take the scent
Movin’ on imposed days, only get worse
Over 500 mill’, why the city hurtin’?
So Trae tha Truth is with me now, from the Convention Centre, and, and Trae…
Feelin’ everythin’ go, some was battlin’ pride
[Verse 3]
Nod to the people, then they loosen with the frustration
Do right for ’em, tryna save life for ’em
The cried for help, and Lord, I’m goin’
There’s actually a Trae day in Houston on July 22nd for his humanitarian work for this great Texas city
Times they came and times they went
One of the many reasons he has been honored, uh, by his home town for a decade now
Our boots to the ground, gettin’ holes in ’em
Everything was lost, help denied
Survival mode, it’s go for what you know
I’m holdin’ only, in a way, I was sayin’ goodbye to ’em
The sky was black, the rain was pourin’
Few denied, I told ’em I’d get ’em a loan
Bunch of people take advantage of the situation
Put they face up in the camera like they here to help
Water risin’, overflowin’
So went down on my knees, I make a call to God like he the last one left
Survival mode, it’s go for what you know
Heard people talkin’ but their answers said they weren’t certain
Home is gone, there ain’t nowhere to go
Shelters closin’, now they back outside
Ain’t nothin’ close when you feel like when you got so far to be
You never know your position until it got use
Watchin’ the rain so hard, like, "What we gon’ do?"
Bunch of people take advantage of the situation
Children sleepin’ on floors, some sleepin’ in tents
We only wanna see us make it to a better day