Right And Wrong

アーティストTHE SOFT PACK
作詞MATTHEW DALE LAMKIN, MATTHEW VINCENT MCLOUGHLIN
作曲MATTHEW DALE LAMKIN, MATTHEW VINCENT MCLOUGHLIN
Rolling down that Southern street
I got my feet hanging out the passenger window
I'm counting the trees going over my head
Counting the trees in the green canopy hanging
over my head
Keep in mind it's 1943
We're rolling by that negro university
Where all the smart men smile and wave
They've been done so wrong
But, still smile and wave

I don't know what's right
I don't know what's wrong anymore
I tell you it's no good hanging people out to dry

Kicking around that Southern town
Stopping by for pie and coffee
Got nowhere to go and no one to see
And nothing on my mind
Still keep in mind it's 1943
We're rolling by that negro university
Where all the smart men smile and wave
They've been done so wrong
But, still the work and work away

I don't know what's right
I don't know what's wrong anymore
I tell you it's no good hanging people out to dry

All my friends feel so entitled
All my rich white friends
And all their rich white friends
And all their rich girlfriends

See they don't know what's right
They don't know what's wrong anymore
I tell them it's no good hanging people out to dry

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