L.B.J. was a-flyin' one morn'
Over south Louisiana...feeling forlorn
When he looks down below, and what does he see?
Two cajuns pullin' a nigger on ski's!

So he lands, and says, "Thanks for helping your black brother!"
And them two cajuns just looked at each other
And said, "He might be smart, but I'll tell you something..."
"He don't know a thing about alligator huntin'!"

O-wop-bop-bam-bam
Who likes a nigger?
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Who likes a nigger?
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Who likes a nigger?
And the hatin', everybody, is a-gettin' much bigger

Rich man travelin' down thru the South
Stopped in Mississippi to get a tooth pulled out
When he paid the doctor the charges due
He said "My nigger chauffer's got a bad tooth, too"

"Well, I'll pull it...", said the doc, "but you'd better not holler!
Cause I'll have to charge you $200.00
Cause here in Mississippi he can't open his mouth
We'll have to go thru his bottom, to get the thing out!"

Chorus

There ain't much difference 'tween a nigger and a donkey
'Bout as much between an ape and a monkey
Ones a little bigger, but you gotta agree
There's not very much more that you can see.

But a mule earns his livin' by the sweat of his neck
While a nigger sits down and draws a gov't check
The nigger should be smarter, as a general rule
But in a spelling contest, I'd pick the mule!

Chorus


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  • +1
    General CommentMakes me laugh. What's BS is where white people can be made fun of and it's not racial. Funny songs like this get labeled racist.
    atlaseron April 27, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis song is great, A++, great beat and lyrics!
    MMM86on June 15, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI can't believe theres only two comments on this song. This song is great. I love it. Especialy the alligator huntin part.
    coldironshackleson September 17, 2011   Link

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