"Viva La White Girl" as written by Sam Hollander, David Katz, Disashi Lumumba-kasongo, Travis Mccoy and Matthew Mcginley....
Fame, fortune, platinum records
It's every boy's dream

True story
Somebody asked me one time
Travie, you high?
You look high
Shit, yeah, I'm high

Let's go

The world is yours, so play the role
Blow the dust off this record and put the needle down slow
Our veins are cold, but we'll never grow old
Let's have a toast, and raise our drinks
No hearts on our sleeves, just eagles on our cuff links
It's such a rush to know you love me so much

We'll do whatever you want to
Girl, I'll make a movie star of you
You know that I could
If you let me be your Hollywood

We'll get high, and hide
We are lovers to the glamorous
White girl so fine
Going up on the downtown line
We'll get high, and hide
We are lovers to the glamorous
White girl so fine
Going up on the downtown line

Take your razor, break down my line
Put your nose to the speaker
Now breathe in, breathe in

Clean up your nose, and face the crowd
Then kiss your mirror 'cause we're all stars now
Isn't it fun how music makes your lips numb?

We'll do whatever you want to
Girl, I'll make a movie star of you
You know that I could
If you let me be your Hollywood

We'll get high, and hide
We are lovers to the glamorous
White girl so fine
Going up on the downtown line
We'll get high, and hide
We are lovers to the glamorous
White girl so fine
Going up on the downtown line

Take your razor, break down my line
Put your nose to the speaker
Now breathe in, breathe in

We'll get high, and hide
We are lovers to the glamorous
White girl so fine
Going up on the downtown line
We'll get high, and hide
We are lovers to the glamorous
White girl so fine
Going up on the downtown line

Breathe in
Breathe in
Breathe in
Breathe in


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"Viva la White Girl" as written by Disashi Lumumba-kasongo David Katz

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    General CommentIts about cocaine.
    thex_girlfriendon June 30, 2006   Link
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    General Commentdeeefinatly about cocaine.
    I love this one so much.
    after thinking about they're stage presence, this makes so much sense.
    luaaon July 07, 2006   Link
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    General Commentthis reminds me of the 60s/early 70s music.. when a lot of the musicians were writing songs about their drug experiences
    BuyingOnMarginon July 07, 2006   Link
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    General Comment**edit** i realize they're probably not exactly talking about their own.. but the way many celebrities use coke
    BuyingOnMarginon July 08, 2006   Link
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    General Commenti don't think this song is literally about cocaine.... i think it has more to do with how addictive the MUSIC can be and they are just using the drug as a metaphor. i could be wrong but that's how i see it.
    slickchc92on July 13, 2006   Link
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    General Commentslickchc92, I agree with you, I think its not only about cocaine, but the dark side of the music industry, how it can become a drug, leave you on a high for awhile, then bring you down to despair, I love the metaphors
    cmama06on July 18, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI don't think it's about Coke either. Oh well if it is. This is my new ringtone. One of my favorites from ACASC.
    360degreeson July 25, 2006   Link
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    General CommentAm I the only one who hears "We are lust to live glamorous" instead of "Lovers to the glamorous"? I could be wrong, but no matter how hard I listen I just don't get that.

    With that said, I love this song, and I definitely agree with the idea that the lyrics draw parallels between drug addiction and addiction to music.
    givemeyourmaliceon August 13, 2006   Link
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    General Commentthis song is awesome and i also agree about the drug reference being a metaphore to the high music gives you..,....but i could, and probably am wrong. i could be interpreting this song entirely wrong but either way this song is awesome
    rock_goddesson August 20, 2006   Link
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    General Commenti think there right about the music indestry because it says "put your nose to the speaker."
    what are they talking about though with the 'white girl so fine'? but other than that i agree with everybody
    DeadlySexon September 04, 2006   Link

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