This is important stuff
I mean, these kids are being screwed
There's a whole generation of them
They got constitutional rights that are being violated everyday by the police
They take the kids, they rough 'em up, they throw 'em in jail
The judges are cold
Then they throw the kids in jail, they give them a sentence
They don't give a shit, they just care about headlines

Fuck tha police comin' straight from the underground
A mother fucker got it bad 'cause I'm loud
I'm not a carbon copy so police think they have the authority
To kill a minority
Fuck that shit 'cause I ain't the one
For a punk motherfucker with a badge and a gun
To be beatin' on and thrown in jail
We can go toe to toe in the middle of a cell
Fuckin' with me 'cause I'm a teenager
With a little bit of dough and a pager
Searchin' my car lookin' for the product
Yeah, motherfucker, I'm sellin' narcotics
You'd rather see me in the pen
Then me and my friends
All rollin' in a Benz-o
Beat a police out of shape
And when I'm finished, bring the yellow tape
To tape off the scene of a the slaughter
Still gettin' strong off bread and water
I don't know if they're fags or what
Searchin' me down and grabbin' my nuts
A motherfucker on the war path
And when I'm finished, it's gonna be a blood bath
Of cops dyin' on my way

Yeah, I got somethin' to say
Fuck tha police
Fuck tha police
Fuck tha police

Fuck the police

The jury's about to filled with, rednecks, white bread, chicken-shit, motherfuckers

Fuck the police and I said it with authority
'Cause my people on the streets are the majority
Lights are flashin' behind me
But you're scared little faggot so you mace me to blind me
But that shit don't work I just laugh
Because it gives 'em a hint not to step in my path
Police I'm sayin' fuck you punk
Read my rights and shit, it's all junk
Pullin' out a silly club so you stand
With a fake ass badge and a gun in your hand
But take off the gun so you can see what's up
And we'll go at it punk and I'ma fuck you up
Make you think I'm gonna kick your ass
But drop your gat and I'm gonna blast
Takin' out a police will make my day
A motherfucker like me don't give a fuck to say

Fuck tha police
Fuck tha police
Fuck tha police

Fuck tha police

Fuck tha police
Fuck tha police
Fuck tha police

Fuck tha police

Fuck tha police
Fuck tha police
Fuck tha police

Fuck tha police

Yo man, what the fuck?
The name of the game is stay alive


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Fuck Tha Police Lyrics as written by Andre Romell Young O'shea Jackson

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    this song is stupid, not all cops are bad and not all of them want to get someone in trouble for no reason at all but i'm not gonna say that there are none in the world that do, i'm sure there are.

    erl81on April 29, 2002   Link
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    so, it's still an amusing song. i blast it while driving by cops, it's fantastic.

    tmbg24on May 23, 2002   Link
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    I don't really agree with the lyrics, but this remake by dope is awesome! this song pumps me up!

    mydarkesthouron May 31, 2002   Link
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    This remake for the version is good, but Rage Against the Machine does alot better job, maybe cuz they feel straight forward that the issue is right, I'm not saying I agree with it 100%, but there are cops that do

    SOAD4LIFEon July 25, 2002   Link
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    They're right to some degree.... I recently heard about an extremely peaceful anti-Bush rally in which cops got angry and ended up pepperspraying infants and their parents. Still, as erl81 said, NOT all cops shoot innocent blacks...

    Emmelstoneon September 07, 2002   Link
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    Personally i love this song. TMBO24 has a great idea with the driving by cops playing it thing, besides i'm a teenager and the cops screw my kind all the time, so i can't like them much, i got kicked out of the mall for hackee sacking in the parking lot.

    Penixon September 17, 2002   Link
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    DAMN, sorry my stupid compuserve fucked me up

    Penixon September 23, 2002   Link
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    the cops used to fuck with edsel alot when he was younger so this song suited him well

    btw: you can look for a new dope album by the end of the year.

    jessica_dopeon June 20, 2004   Link
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    FUCK THA POLICE!

    Kel-Elon October 29, 2004   Link
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    TMBO24--I wilt have to do that...once I get a car... =giggle= Anyway, I half agree with Erl and half agree with Emmel (and those who also agree with Emmel.) There are some police officers who don't fit that description, true that, but all of these shinanagins (dear god, did I just say that? o.o) the police are pulling is just..disgusting. Its fits what these lyrics are saying to a tee...ee.And it's spreading through more and more police officers. Und my poppy-ta got much shit from the police for most of his life, so...I must agree. Fuck the police. Fuck them to hell. =nods=

    Raven Demonica 666on May 12, 2005   Link

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