I was called a white n-gger
in a land of Indians
oh, a mighty cowboy never quite fit in
son you know you're white
a honky through and through
don't it all mean shit
when you're colored on the inside (x2)

There it is, you only see me from the skin-side out
hoping a hypocrite you're not, but I have my doubts
if you question who I am, try to get to know me
if you force my hand,
you'll end up below me (x3)

There it is, you only see me from the skin-side out
hoping a hypocrite you're not, but I have my doubts
if you question who I am, try to get to know me
if you force my hand,
you'll end up below me (x3)


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    General CommentA song about racial tolerance. If you want to know who I am, get to know me. If you're going to push me, I'm going to beat you down.
    sakeboxon May 25, 2004   Link
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    General Commentsakebox - all the lyrics are right cept line three - supposed to be "Always admire the ol' cowboys, but never quite fit in"
    rexway2kon November 24, 2004   Link
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    General Commentthe songs about growing up in a small hick town on the wind river indian reservation. being a white kid that had his own way about him, not fitting in with the typical farmer boy image of the area, and not being an indian, he was typically harrassed for not being what was expected. wonderful area! LOVE REXWAY
    bloatedpigeonon December 20, 2004   Link

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