I been feeling so down I think they should know now I think they should know what's up That's that road I been down I know how it go down I know how it go now, what's up I feel like I don't belong I feel like my life is wrong I feel like I don't know what's up What's up, what's up Yeah, yeah Ayy
I ain't here to pick and choose I ain't here to sing the blues I'm just here to spread the clues I'm just here to spread the news Everybody know I do Listen I ain't ashamed to be white I ain't ashamed to be Black I ain't ashamed of my beautiful Mexican wife as a matter of fact I know you fucking with that And I'm not scared of the people who tell me I should be Do what you love and don't ever wonder what it could be Everybody from my hood, everybody know I'm good Sometimes I'm misunderstood But that's just the uneducated that never related and feel like I'm fading off They feel like I'm fading I'm right out my mind Tell 'em! Momma don't love me Daddy don't love me Wonder why I drown in the bubbly You could be anything you wanna be 'Cept the person you don't wanna be Let him hate let em love Wondering if everybody still like this up above When that push come to shove Make me wanna pull up with the, with the gat in the glove like I just wanna be free Not a slave to the stereotype All alone in my room in the middle of the night I don't have the words but my stereo might I don't wanna be black, I don't wanna be white, I just wanna be a man today I don't wanna be a Christian, Muslim, gay, straight, or bi, see you later, bye Not perceived by the things I believe or the color of my skin Or the fact I'm attracted to her, maybe him Or the fact I'm a single mother living all alone Looking for a man and a home to call my own But I already have one The only man I'ma ever need is my son, my son, my son, my son Son, say: Black is beautiful (black is beautiful) Be black and proud (be black and proud) Fuck everybody hatin' on me right now, I'm black and proud (I'm black and proud) I'm just as white as that Mona Lisa I'm just as black as my cousin Keisha I'm biracial so bye Felicia Praise Black Jesus now call the preacher Maybe Jesus was black Maybe Jesus had dreads Spiderman should be black I vote for Glover instead Glover instead Like what's up I vote for more and more and more and more and more and more and more and more and more I vote for so much more
I been feeling so down I think they should know now I think they should know what's up That's that road I been down I know how it go down I know how it go now, what's up I feel like I don't belong I feel like my life is wrong I feel like I don't know what's up What's up, what's up
Go on and let your soul glow Let your soul glow Glow Shine and glow Let it glow Glow Let, let it Black Spiderman can he save a brother now Black Spiderman can he save a brother now Yeah (yeah) Let your soul glow Let your soul glow Glow Yeah
Ayy man What's up, bro? Spiderman should be black Yeah, I mean Spiderman should be black Fuck yeah Yeah man Black Spiderman Black Superman Black Santa Claus Shit, black Seinfeld Black Seinfeld? Nigga, that's Martin! Damn, you're right Shit, I'm fuckin' high
Writer/s: ARJUN IVATURY, DAMIAN LEMAR HUDSON, KHALIL ABDUL-RAHMAN, ROBERT HALL
Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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Originally a chart-topper for Steve Lawrence in 1962 chart-topper, "Go Away Little Girl," became the first song of the rock era to be taken to #1 by two different artists when Donny Osmond's cover version also reached the summit in 1971.