The words in [ ] are blanked out on the cd.
I take seven [kids] from [Columbine], stand 'em all in line
Add an AK-47, a revolver, a nine
a Mack-11 and it oughta solve the problem of mine
and that's a whole school of bullies shot up all at one time
Like Toy Soliders
It wasn't my intentions, my intentions were good
I went through my whole career without ever mentionin [Suge]
Shit, where the fuck you think I picked up the habit?
All I had to do was go in her room and lift up her mattress
Which is it bitch, Mrs. Briggs or Ms. Mathers?
It doesn't matter your [attorney Fred Gibson's a] faggot!
How proud I am that I got her, God, I'm a daddy.
I'm so glad that her mom didn't [abort her]
The only way we even know what was supposed to go in those [ ] is by the artist's original notes which have been posted as lyrics on some sites. Nowhere can you get ahold of a copy of these songs that contains those words. Maybe, maybe the original tracks in the studio have them, but my guess is that he never even said them, even when recording. I understand that talking about Columbine is controvercial, as is calling someone who sues people a faggot (not a smart move, true) but I would have thought with all the anti-censorship envelope-pushing Eminem does, he wouldn't have allowed this.
Should there be certain things you just can't say... anywhere? Or is that against our rights?