"Black Girls" as written by and Gordon Gano....
I dig the black girls,
Oh so much more than the white girls.
I was so pleased to learn they were faster.
Si-est, si-est, si-est vous I'm after?

All comes a faggot white boy.
Said look, look, look first kind of joy.
They come around so queer and quiet,
As I rebel and riot.

Shall I dig the white boys?
All so much more that the black boys.
I was so pleased to learn they're not smarter.
Go on, give, give, give it to me harder,
Harder, harder, just say harder.

You know I love the Lord of hosts,
the Father, Son, and the Holy Ghost.
I was so pleased to learn that he's inside me
In my time of trouble he will hide me.

I dig the black girls.
I dig the black girls.
I dig the black girls.
I dig the black girls.


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"Black Girls" as written by Gordon James Gano

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    General Commentby heartbeats_xxx on 08-20-2006 @ 09:14:28 AM
    "This song is racist and only a KKK member would like it. You will all burn in hell."

    Yea because everyone knows the KKK "digs black girls"
    Monstrelon October 06, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General CommentThe last verse is hilarious. This song is about learning to love everybody, or at least have sex with them.
    DevastatorJr.on July 24, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commentits simply a musical masterpiece.
    girlscouton April 11, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General CommentA very cool song indeed!!!!
    partofthiswasmineon March 08, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThe juxtaposition of the last verse with the subject matter of the rest of the song is pretty bizarre, but it kind of fits in with their general tendency to veer lyrically from sexual lust to seemingly sincere christian sentiment (look at say, "36 24 36", then look at "Jesus Walking On THe Water").
    destroyalltacoson April 18, 2006   Link
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    General Commentdestroyalltacos hit the nail right on the head about the femmes.

    Their music REEKS of sexual frustration, drugs, and random acts of music.

    If this song doesn't make you wanna dance, refer to my comments on Dance Motherfucker Dance.
    mrMojoRisenon May 25, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commenti get jungle fever like twice a year and when it hits it hits haaaaaaaard boy.
    hopelesspopeon January 27, 2011   Link
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    General CommentHmmm ... not sure about some of the lyrics as written.

    First verse, I always heard 'kıss, kiss, kiss, kiss, kiss . . .Oooh, what I'm after.', coming directly after the line about being much faster. Makes sense, if the white girls are shy about kissing and it goes no further. The french here doesn't make a lot of sense. Remember , they decided to take over the world instead of learning French in 'Machine'?

    Second verse: Always heard 'Here comes a little faggot white boy/ look, look, look for some kind of joy/ Come around so queer and quiet/inside, rebel and riot'. Think Gano's talking about himself? Other lyrics suggest not all the Femmes are totally heterosexual, but none more than these. And, you do get the idea that, as a high school misfit, the guy who got expelled from the honor society for playing 'gimme the car' was torn between going along with the establishment and telling them to fuck themselves.

    I dig the white boys/oh so much more than the black boys, neither of whom are particularly bright when it comes to resisting advances.. Hard to make this verse about anything but gay sex. Give it to me harder.

    And, after all the transgression, comes the religion. On face value, protecting the singer from the sins of the song. But - ı was so pleased to learn he's inside me? Perhaps the singer finds something religious/divine in being boned? Anyway, this duality is nothing new for the femmes, especially not on the 'Hallowed Ground' album.
    nathan1149on February 19, 2018   Link
  • -1
    General CommentI think we can all agree that heartbeats_xxx probably suffers from mild to severe retardation.
    mrMojoRisenon October 24, 2006   Link
  • -1
    General CommentIf not mild to severe retardation, than just plain old religious delusion.
    YourEuphoriaon November 08, 2007   Link

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