I swear that someday
I'll tell you without lieing
I was born to quit smoking
I was born to quit dieing
on that day, not doing heroin
will be easy as piss and on that day
I'll stop talking so much shit about the government

'Cause urine speaks louder than words
on a politician
or on a prison warden
urine speaks louder than words

I swear that today
I was born to be living!
I was born to be singing!
I was born to be fighting
but will somebody say
is this resistance or a costume party?
either way i think black with bandanas is a boring theme
I don't gotta tell ya
crackers are great with amnesia
when you wanna forget something like
centuries of racism
they say look at the man on
center stage and pay no attention
while millions get locked in a cage
riots break out in oakland

urine speaks louder than words
on a prison warden
or on a Bart policeman
urine speaks louder than words


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    General Commenti think its actually

    "i dont got to tell ya,
    crackers are great with amnesia,
    when they wannna forget something,
    like centuries or racism,
    they say look at the amn on center stage,
    and pay no attention,
    while millions get locked in a cage,
    riots break out in oakland."
    anticivkidon August 14, 2009   Link
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    Song MeaningI think in that second verse what he is talking about is President Obama. You see, Obama claims to be post-race, and millions have jumped on this trend. They say, "Oh, now that we have a balck president racism is over in America" They ignore the millions of blacks locked in prisons for the crime of color. Alaso "riots break out in oakland" is a reference to the shooting of Oscar Grant on New Years.
    anticivkidon August 14, 2009   Link

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