"Caucasian Blues" as written by and Jarvis Branson/mackey Cocker....
All gather round now: I'll tell you what it's all about
You find a good woman and then you fuck her til your hair falls out
A round of applause, please, for the totally clapped-out
You got them Caucasian Blues again

And don't wave your cash around, it cannot buy you into this
'Cause you're a waxy-legged, tacky, meat-faced fool and your money is just cowardice
No sense of rhythm and your name's not on the list
You got them Caucasian Blues again
Oh yeah

And so you finally took the plunge and got into blues rock and you like to give to charity
Because it's easier to patronise than face the facts and now:
I've heard it said that you are hung like a white man
You got them Caucasian Blues again
And again
Oh
And now you're asking me to sympathise and let you off
Because the climate is a-changin' and the times are tough
And you took all that you could but it was not enough and now:
I've heard it said that you are hung like a white man
You're yesterday's news, you've got so much to lose
You got them Caucasian Blues again
Oh!

Caucasian Blues, yeah
Caucasian Blues, yeah
Caucasian Blues, yeah
Caucasian Blues, yeah
Caucasian Blues


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    General Comment"You're hung like a white man" BUUURRRN
    dieselweaselon October 20, 2009   Link
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    General CommentRich white folks who never gave a fuck about anyone else now want sympathy because 'times are tough' for them finally. Jarvis gives them a nice send off at the end of the song:

    ::I've heard it said that you are hung like a white man
    ::You're yesterday's news, you've got so much to lose

    Now he uses this last line in the chorus like it will be an afterthought for the entitled bastards when the song's over...

    ::You got them Caucasian Blues again
    muteoffon December 14, 2010   Link

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