I am Detroit you are New York
I think it's time that we talked baby
This is Detroit calling New York
I think it's time that we talked baby
It takes two to tango
We're partners in crime on the dance floor
called America!

I am Detroit you are LA
We drew a line in the sand
This is Detroit calling LA
I've got a gun in my hand
It takes two to tango
we're partners in crime on the dance floor
called America!

I am Detroit you are Mars
I am Detroit you are Mars
You got red sand
I got cars
I am Detroit you are Mars
I send my signal into outer space
Calling Mars, calling Mars, I am America!

Spoken
At lot of that, I believe, is just plain racism. Every previous mayor drove around in limosines and I don't remember any of them with their ass hanging out. White people find it extremely hard to live in an environment that they don't control. That means more room at the top for blacks, and there ain't no shortage of blacks out there behind them garbage trucks. It's very common, or fairly common to have poltitical figures that aren't married and who are messing around with some gal. To have Joyce Cowell referred to as "my girlfriend and shit like that" is not a common political practice. Is anybody listening to me?


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