White honky afro

In these days of decadence
These times when anything goes
You can say anything you want to
But you'll never get close

White honky afro

It was early morning in late spring
In 1979
I was hit by a slow moving vehicle
Everybody thought I was dying
The driver of the car was the mother
Of a girl that I had a crush on
It was a hell of a way to get attention
And a backward kid stood laughing
At me and the blood and the gravel
And the mother who was shaking and crying
One year later in 1980
He jumped off a high rise building screaming

White honky afro

With everything ahead of us
It was the last thing that you said
And in this age of amnesia
I'll never forget the effect

White honky afro


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