Always afros, handshakes, and dashikis.
Always does the man read Mao or Fanon.
Standing on a box on a corner, talking about blowing the white boy away.
That's not where it's at, yet, brother.
And telling this woman to get an afro,
But you won't speak to her if she looks like hell, will you, brother?
And by now it's looking kinda shaky, the way you been rushing people with your super-black bag.
Jumping down on some black men with both feet because they are after their B.A.
But you're never around when your B.A. is in danger.
I mean your black ASS.
You drove your white girl through the village every Friday night,
While the grass roots stared in envy and drank wine.
Do you remember?
Show that man you call an Uncle Tom just where he is wrong.
Show that woman that you are a sincere black man.
Help that woman.
Help that man.
That's what brothers are for, brother.
- Introduction - The Revolu..
- Small Talk At 125th And L..
- The Subject Was Faggots
- Evolution (And Flashback)
- Plastic Pattern People
- Whitey On The Moon
- The Vulture
- Paint It Black
- Who'll Pay Reparations On..
- 1. The Revolution Will Not B..
- 2. We Beg Your Pardon (Pardo..
- 3. H2O Gate Blues
- 4. Bottle
- 5. Introduction - The Revolu..
- 6. B Movie
- 7. Message To The Messengers
- 8. Bicentennial Blues
- 9. Madison Avenue
- 10. Lady Day And John Coltran..