Yeah, whatcha gonna do now, now that you started?
Whatcha gonna do now, now that it's done?
The words got out there, they float around and are coming right back down.
You gonna leave us lying here
Dealing with the consequences of a bad sound
Of a bad sound.

White skin black heart
White skin black heart

Whatcha gonna do now, that it's spoken?
These words of a habit, have not faded away.
.................... it clear, conscious gets opened like a wound.
If you can't concieve a better line and better times,
Then let silence bury you, in the end.
When you feel it, when you feel it
You're condemned.

You see, you've lost your strangle on the freedom road! You
think ........................of something a long time ago! You
[spewed it out you were so] insecure! It was like ............. on
the toilet floor! You're a [nine seat] drunk, ............... and
you say you want something, .......... you heard the rednecks
roaring for blood and then they wanted more! Life was so small, you
couldn't get enough. You made a start.

White skin black heart
White skin black heart

White skin black heart
White skin black heart

White skin black heart
Drag your eyes from [aurora] black heart!
White skin black heart
Drag your leg, get outta here [my sight]!
White skin black heart
White skin black heart
White skin black heart
White skin black heart
You didn't have to start
White skin black heart
White skin black heart

Lyrics submitted by Chris_Gough

White Skin Black Heart Lyrics as written by Martin Rotsey James Moginie

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    General CommentMidnight oil- the original self loathing social justice warriors and their ilk have been ultimately counter productive to the plight of indigenous Australians over the last 30 years. Raging political correctness, identity politics and virtue signalling along with billions of government funding has ingrained a modern day colonialism which has has produced little results and infrained a corrupt and unproductive indigenous industry that dosent do much for those really disadvantaged. These SJW activists like Midnight Oil, fail to admit that the number one reason for incarceration of indigenous Australians is violent assaults and acts intended to cause injury. And the primary victims are other indigenous Australians.
    Wuhanbatson December 01, 2020   Link

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