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Lyrics:

“Never Known A Non-White Man”
(To the Tune of “Never Been to Spain” by Three-Dog Night)

Well I never knew a black man.
But I kinda like their music.
They say that Asians with computers–
Would know just how to use it.
I won’t appoint them.
I won’t anoint them.
I just refuse it.

Well I never knew a gay one.
But I liked ole Liberace.
Well, I headed for the State House
Wanting folks who look just like me.
Can you feel it?
Can you deal with it?
Feels so good.
Oh, feels so good!

Well I’ve got an all-white cabinet.
But my janitors are so diverse.
Well they say that they work hard there.
But I pay them no attention.
Leave me alone, yeah, throw them a bone, no.
What does it matter?
What does it matter?!

(Harmonica solo.)
Feels so good.
Feels so good.

Well I don’t know no Hispanics,
Seems they all end up in prison.
Just ’cause their ladies drop their babies here
Doesn’t mean they should be citizens.
I’ll do what I can
To send them through the sand
Across the Rio Grande.

Well I never knew George Wallace
But he had the right notions.
Segregation forever
Causes such a commotion.
Won’t hire a token; my record’s unbroken.
What does it matter?
What does it matter?!

What does it matter?
What does it matter?!

What does it matter?
What does it matter?!

What does it matter?
What does it matter?!

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By Jill Miller Zimon at 8:33 am January 31st, 2011 in Humor, Ohio, Politics 

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